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After last summer's successful trip to Bangkok, I am happy to go back to Asia to teach and perform on several occasions. First, I will perform during the finals of the Singapore Brass Festival. Together with 7 other talented brass players from all over the world, we will play many great brass compositions.

Straight after the competition, I will travel back to Bangkok to teach and perform once more. This time I will give masterclasses at the Silpakorn University, with many great euphonium and tuba students I met last summer. I will also perform at one of the Siam Piwat malls, as I have been invited to repeat the successfull recital with Ami Napawan.

There are many more projects coming up, including concerts with the wind band from Thorn, family concerts and many more!

- Robert Visser

I am very happy to finally officially announce I will be traveling to Bangkok, Thailand. First I will perform and teach during the Princess Galyani Vadhana International Ensemble Competition 2019. This festival is for all forms of chamber music for duo's to large chamber ensembles, with any formation. With support from Adams, we will be showing their lines of brass and percussion instruments as well.

After this, I will be performing during the opening concert of the Thailand International Band & Orchestra Festival 2019. Together with the specially formed project orchestra, I will perform Philip Wilby's famous Euphonium Concerto.

After these two incredible weeks, I will travel back to the Netherlands to perform Strauss' 'Don Quichotte' with the Dutch Project Orchestra. This orchestral work has one of few euphonium parts within the orchestra, and I am very grateful to have been selected to play within the orchestra.

All these events have been added to the concerts page, where you will soon also find other upcoming projects, like repeats of the successful organ-plus concerts with Ben Middeldorp. Furthermore, I hope to give more information about a brand new Family Concert coming up in the fall of this year.

Enjoy the spring!

 - Robert