トランペット奏者:ローラ・ブコブラトビッチ Laura Vukobratovic

Born in Novi Sad in Yugoslavia, Laura Vukobratovic began her training as a trumpet player with Prof.


Kovacs Kalman at the music college in her hometown. From 1995 to 2001 she was in Professor Reinhold Friedrich's master class at the Karlsruhe University of Music. At the age of 18, Laura Vukobratovic became solo trumpet at the Serbian National Theater in Novi Sad. In 1994 she received a teaching position at the University of Music there.

She won the "National Competition for Young Talents" in her home country twice before being awarded the German DAAD Prize in 1999. During this time she attended master classes with Maurice Andre and Guy Touvron.

Laura Vukobratovic is a much sought-after soloist. In recent years they have held engagements throughout Europe and South America. As a soloist, she has worked with internationally renowned orchestras, including the German Chamber Orchestra Berlin, the Cologne Chamber Orchestra, the Ludwigsburg Festival Orchestra, the Baden-Baden Philharmonic, the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, the RSO Bucharest, the Wurttemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, and the SWR Radio Orchestra Kaiserslautern , the Munich Bach Soloists and the Bach Collegium Munich. For the 2002/03 season she worked as a solo trumpet player in the NDR Symphony Orchestra Hamburg and since 2003 as a solo trumpet player in the Mannheim National Theater Orchestra. During this time she worked with conductors such as Adam Fischer, Christoph Eschenbach, Herbert Blomstedt, Kent Nagano, Micheal Tilson Thomas, Stefan Soltesz, Michael Gielen, Philippe Herreweghe, Sylvain Cambreling and Claudio Abbado. She also makes regular guest appearances in orchestras such as the Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Bavarian State Opera in Munich, the SWR Baden-Baden/Freiburg Symphony Orchestra, the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, the German Chamber Philharmonic Bremen, the RSO Frankfurt and the Royal Philharmonic Flanders.

In 2005 she began working as a lecturer at the University of Music in Karlsruhe. In addition to her busy concert activity as a soloist, Laura Vukobratovic is particularly dedicated to chamber music, which has led to collaborations with the Linos Ensemble, the Luzern Brass, the "Ensemble Aventure", with hr-brass and bach, blech & blues. Laura Vukobratovic's diverse repertoire ranges from the music of the 17th and 18th centuries to modern times. As a soloist in Johann Sebastian Bach's second Brandenburg Concerto, she is just as successful on the piccolo trumpet as on the natural trumpet. This is proven not least by numerous concert recordings and CD recordings.

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