Fábio Brum


Fábio Brum was born in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. He is an international trumpet artist and was Principal Trumpet of the Brazilian Symphony Orchestra (Brazil) and of the Royal Symphony Orchestra of Seville (Spain) for 10 seasons. Fábio is an active collaborator and exclusive artist from the distinguished musical instruments company STOMVI, based in Valencia, Spain.


his debut Solo Album, is a combination of exclusive new compositions and arrangements. Using multiple special instruments Fábio expresses his ideas, concerns and love for making music balancing the new and creative with a deep respect for the established art form.

Fábio is a graduate of the University of Louisville (USA) and the Hochschule für Musik, Karlsruhe (Germany). During his career, he won several prizes and awards at International Music Contests, such as at the Cittá di Porcia International Competition, the Prague Spring International Competition, the Juan García Marín International Trumpet Competition, Ellsworth Smith International Trumpet Competition, International Trumpet Guild Solo Competition and many others. Brum has also received various scholarships and awards including the Novara Award, DAAD (German Academic Exchange Service), Baden- Württemberg Stipend, Lake Placid Institute Scholarship, Leon Rapier Memorial Scholarship and the Melvin Dickinson Scholarship.

Fábio has lived and studied in five different countries and has appeared in more than twenty countries around the world as a soloist, orchestral performer and teacher in prestigious ensembles such as Orquesta de la Radio Televisión Española (Spain), Orchester des Staatstheater Darmstad (Germany), National Orchestra of Spain (Spain), Orquestra Sinfônica do Estado de São Paulo (Brazil), Banda da Guarda Nacional Republicana (Portugal), The Brass Company Quintet (United States), and many others. Fabio has collaborated with well known conductors such as, Lorin Maazel, Semion Bychkov, Matthias Pintscher, Pedro Halffter, Roberto Minczuk among others.

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