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Kevin Kerner

Kevin Kerner was born in Mohács on 12 September 1996. Growing up in a musical family, he learned to play the euphonium at an early age and later switched to the trombone. He won brass competitions in Hungary with both instruments at a young age and has also achieved outstanding results in numerous international competitions.

He received his first trombone lessons at the age of 14 at the Mohács Music School from Róbert Hahner and József Dobos.

Since 2015 Kevin has been studying at the Hanns Eisler University of Music and Performing Arts Berlin, in the class of Prof. Christhard Gössling and Prof. Olaf Ott. Workshops, courses and auditions have always given him additional musical impulses. Classes with professors Jonas Bylund, Henning Wiegräbe, Jamie Williams, Oliver Siefert and Sándor Szabó have also broadened Kevin's musical education. He graduated in Berlin with a Bachelor (2019) and Master (2023) degrees in Trombone Performance.

He has been a member of the Mohács-Palotabozsok-Somberek youth brass band for many years and has taken part in numerous concert tours abroad with them in France, Austria, the Netherlands, Germany and Belgium.

Kevin is a regular guest player with the Berliner Symphoniker, Neue Philharmonie Berlin, Junge Kammerphilharmonie Berlin and Neues Kammerorchester Potsdam, with whom he has gained a lot of chamber music and orchestral experience over the years.

He has performed as a substitute with the Magdeburgische Philharmonie, Preußisches Kammerorchetser, Theater Vorpommern, Bundespolizeiorchester Berlin, Bundespolizeiorchester München, Deutsche Philharmonie Berlin, Festivalorchester Hannover. During his college years, he also had the opportunity to participate in a European and a Dubai tour.

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