Sorry, there is no translation for this news-article. Ein ausführlicher Bericht über unsere Blechblasinstrumentenmanufaktur im Magazin “Unser Rheinhessen”. Den Bericht können Sie hier einsehen: Dateien: 2017-06_Bericht_Unser_Rheinhesssen-_lowres.pdf4.9 M
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intensive music learning with internationally renown musicians in Germany interacting with european professors as well as information of studying abroad ensemble coached by masters and the privilege to hear the festivals artists’ concerts three day study-tour experience in Bavaria Date: August 13th-17th 2017 in Feldberg/Germany For more information do not hesitate to contact firstname.lastname@example.org
It is a great honor to announce the 9th concert of the Alexander Horn Ensemble Japan on June 23, 2017 in Tokyo. We are really looking forward so much for a memorable night in the Yamaha hall! Files: AHOC1.png480 K AHOC2.png410 K
In 2016 the first Gebr. Alexander Horn Camp in Worms/Germany takes place under the Musical direction of Yi Man (24.-31. July 2016). Visit the romantic city of Worms this summer and enjoy • 6 Masterclass days with internationally renowned horn professors • contact and exchange with professional horn players and students • Surprise day […]
The winner of the “Leistungswettbewerb des Deutschen Handwerks” 2015 in the category “brass instruments” is our former trainee Jan-Christoph Metz. Congratulations to Jan-Christoph Metz on this award. We are glad to employ another national winner in our team. The competition takes place in various categories every year at the Oscar-Walcker-School in Ludwigsburg which is also the place […]
The largest Alexander Model 103 which was ever built is now mounted to the building of our new workshop in Mainz-Hechtsheim. Gebr. Alexander Robert-Koch-Straße 10 55129 Mainz
Popular F/B-Double Horn Model 103 by Gebr. Alexander was awarded Manufactury-Product of 2015 by Verband Deutsche Manufakturen e.V.. The invention of the double horn dates back to the year 1904 and was a tremendous improvement for hornists, as it allowed seamless switching between different tunes on one instrument while playing. Until this extraordinary improvement an […]