Bozen Brass

A lot of brass and fine sounds

Bozen Brass is an extraordinary brass sextet which does not fit into any traditional patterns. They six musicians from South Tyrol are curiously different and always ready for a surprise.

Benjamin Premstaller (french horn), Martin Psaier (trombone), Robert Neumair (trumpet, other instruments and all arrangements), Michael Engl (tuba), Manuel Goller (trumpet) and Anton Ludwig Wilhalm (trumpet) are the members of Bozen Brass and they are ready to take off to new dimensions.

Solid musical education in national and international universities combined with practice in international orchestras and ensembles form the basis for their activities.

They are a labour of love for music and enthusiastic musicians and they are keen to pass these virtues to their music pupils.

That is why they are able to produce the finest sounds with their brass instruments. The audience is invited to follow them on a powerful journey through the musical history covering all kinds of musical styles.

The musicians

The music

Bozen Brass is not limited to one specific musical style. There repertoire goes from "baroque to blues" and lets them reach a broad audience.

They are perfectly able to offer this broad range in music even with genuine instruments fitting the time, the piece of music was composed. Music from baroque, renaissance and opera, presented in a black suit, is a reference to the classic musical education.

But brass instruments are made for even more. Courageously and unconventially they switch to jazz, pop and rock, making appear stars such as Sting or Michael Jackson on stage.

The ultimate kick comes from time to time when Robert Neumair takes his seat behind the drumset.

Alpine brass songs are also part of their repertoire, just like a polka with vocals or a solo by Robert Neumair and his accordion.

A lot of pieces are especially written or arranged for Bozen Brass; all arrangements are done by their multi-talented member Robert Neumair.


Here you find all our conterts and workshops.