Francisco A. Pérez Ferrer
played a trumpet for first time at the age of 11. Very soon he earned his Bachelor in Music
Performance and the Teaching Degree Diploma at the age of 16. On the same year (1993) he won an audition and became member of the National Youth Orchestra of Spain. Later, he obtained with honours the Master’s Degree in Music Performance and Teaching.
Highlights from his musical career:
Principal Trumpet at Alicante Symphony Orchestra (1.996-1.999); Murcia Symphony
Orchestra (2.002) or Orquesta Sinaloa de las Artes (Sinaloa State Symphony, Sin, Mexico)
where he were the best-paid trumpet player in the whole country.
Has been invited to auditioning for the most prestigious positions by many other world-
renamed orchestras, such as Gewandhaus Orchester of Leipzig (Germany) or the Chicago
Symphony Orchestra Principal Trumpet position (Adolph Herseth Chair) in 2.003 & 2.004.
Even has been an Recording Studio player for the Universal Studios, and played several Solo performances in Europe, America and Asia.
Recently has left his position as Trumpet Tutor of the Royal Oman Symphony Orchestra.
His trumpet-building vocation cames from his early musician days, were he was self-trained.
Currently He owns a small trumpet workshop, where Francisco Pérez makes Historical Replicas as well as the most modern state-of-art piston valve trumpets for top artists from USA, France, Sweden or Japan among many others.
Mr. Pérez was Ambassador of the B&S Group in Latin America until January 2013.
The TRUMPET MAKING COURSE is mostly intended for those players of brass instruments who are interested in a deep knowledge of their own instrument physics, as
well as for the restoration or museum technician.
Starting from raw materials, such as brass sheet and silver solder, using similar tooling of
the original maker (hammers, anvil and few mandrels), a Hanns Hainlein’s Trumpet
(1.632) replica will be made. There would be other models available, but should be consideered upon individual petition and subsequently study).
Working schedule will be (mon to fri) from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. A break of about 30 minutes will be taken.
Francisco Pérez will bring tooling to the workshop course.
It is forbidden to work without wearing work clothes, as well as hand gloves (for mechanical work) and ear protection.