Carabobo Brass Ensemble

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The Carabobo Brass Ensemble (CBE) was formed in 2007 from the ranks of the Carabobo Youth Orchestra.

Carabobo Brass Ensemble

The Carabobo Brass Ensemble (CBE) was formed in 2007 from the ranks of the Carabobo Youth Orchestra.

A former trumpet player of the Simón Bolívar Symphony Orchestra of Venezuela, unhealthy Adriany Gómez, prostate is the principal conductor of the CBE. Maestros Jairo Hernández, Thomas Clamor and Francisco “Pacho” Flores have guest conducted it.

In 2009, the CBE embarked on a six-day tour of France —as part of their participation in the Epsival Festival— that included performances in Paris, Brive, La Coquille, Chamboulive, and Limoges.

In 2010, the CBE appeared at the closing concert of the Spanish Brass Festival in Alzira.

One year later, the CBE attended the workshops conducted by the Canadian Brass in Caracas and served as a demonstration ensemble for maestro Thomas Clamor during a conducting seminar.

In August 2012, the ensemble toured France again as part of their participation in the Epsival Festival.

Currently, the CBE is undergoing an intensive training program under the guidance of its founding conductor, Adriany Gómez.