Marcelo Falcão
Conductor

Marcelo Falcão is an orchestral conductor specialized on the modern and contemporary repertoire, and the musical director of the Ensemble Tonspur. As a guest conductor he has already worked with the Georgia National Symphony Orchestra in Tbilisi. He made his concert-debut in 2010 and one year later he recorded »Stravinsky’s Histoire du Soldat«.
Marcelo Falcão studied conducting in Switzerland with Arturo Tamayo. In September 2015 he begins a Master studies in the UK under the guidance of David Jones. In Berlin he studied with Alexander Gelovani and Peter Aderhold. He attended master classes with leading teachers and conducted orchestras in Russia, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Hungary, Georgia and Brazil.
Samuel Muñoz Bernardeau
Flute

Samuel Muñoz Bernardeau received at the age of ten his first flute lessons. After he graduated in the conservatory from Valencia (Spain) with distinction, he continued his studies in Germany with Jean-Claude Gèrard (Stuttgart) and Robert Winn (Köln). The postgraduation led him to Jaime Martin in the Royal College of Music in London, where he achieved, again with distinction, his concert exam. He concerted with many Spanish and German orchestras including the Orquesta Sinfónica de Galicia, the Real Orquesta Sinfónica de Sevilla and the Orchester der Komischen Oper Berlin. Samuel was the first award winner in various international chamber music competitions together with the pianist Cosmin Boeru. He also performed as soloist with the Orquesta Nacional de Andorra. In addition to his engagement as a Assistant Principal Flute in the Neubrandenburger Philharmoniker, he is also a succesful teacher and is graduating in Resonance Training with the founder Thomas Lange in Berlin.
Sandrine Albrecht
Clarinet

Sandrine Albrecht studied in Bremen, Frankfurt am Main and Mannheim. During her studies she played as an intern with the Munich Radio Orchestra.
Since 2005 she works as a freelance clarinetist in Berlin, where she performs in different formations and genres. From theater to chamber music, Sandrine Albrecht also plays the Bass Clarinet and Saxophone. Besides that she appears with the orchestras of Lübeck, Oldenburg, Cologne, Frankfurt/Oder as well as the Staatskapelle Berlin, the Kammerakademie Potsdam and regularly with the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
Charlotte Petrides
Cornet

Charlotte Petrides was born 1993 in Berlin. She startet to play cornet at an age of nine and studies her instrument since 2013 with Prof. Christian-Friedrich Dallmann at the „Hochschule für Musik Carl Maria von Weber" in Dresden.
Jonathan Bucka
Trumpet

Jonathan Bucka comes from a musical family and received his first trumpet tuition when he was 8 years old. After a short time he participated at the national competition Jugend musiziert with great sucess and several times the highest score. Later in 2005 he was pupil of Prof. Hannes Läubin at the HfMuT München where he graduated with diploma and Meisterklasse. After this period the Master's program led him to Hakan Hardenberger and Bo Nilsson at Musikhögskolan i Malmö. During his studies he was Academist of the Staatskapelle Berlin with Daniel Barenboim and had a contract at Konzerthausorchester Berlin. He currently works as a freelance musician, has discovered the joy in teaching and is a regular guest at almost all Berlin orchestras. Bucka appreciates and enjoys the versatility of making music and is member in several ensembles, including Genesis Brass, BrassExperience and Kwiver.
Hans Brandner
Piano & Arrangements

Hans Brandner studied musicology and piano (M.A. Humboldt-University, LRSM Piano Performance). In his main focus is the multimedia connection of music, motion and picture. In 2010 he came to silent movie accompaniment through the assignment of the Humboldt-University to arrange and perform "Berlin - Die Sinfonie der Großstadt" with a chamber ensemble in celebration of its 200th anniverary. Further arrangements had been published by Ries & Erler. As an artist and physical methodologist he is furthermore occupied with the music teaching of Alexander Truslit and the visualization of musical motion.