Carsten Svanberg – worldwide known as trombone soloist (alto- & tenortrombone) and as teacher – was born 1945 in Copenhagen.
From 1980 to 1995 Carsten Svanberg was principal trombone in the Dänish National Symphony (Radio) with whom he has appeared as a soloist several times in the concert seasons. He has been working with conducters as: Sanderling – Ehrling – Tennstedt – Kubelik – R. de Burgos – Sinopoli – Varviso – Salonen, Segerstam (all Mahler Symphonies on Chandos Label) as well as Celibidache, to mention a few.
In 1992 Svanberg was appointed professor of trombone at the University of Music in Graz, Austria. He moved his resident to Austria in 1994. Since 1977 Svanberg has been invited to USA as guest teacher and as soloist by many universities as e.g. Indiana – North Texas State – Florida State – Northwestern in Chicago – Harvard – Illinois – Eastman School and Juilliard School. In november 2001 Svanberg visited the Boston and Kansas City area, making it his 32nd US visit!
Carsten Svanberg received the highest Award given by International Trombone Association in 1996 for his contribution as a performer and as teacher world wide. Already in 1985 he received the highest Award given by the Dänish Musicians Union in Denmark, together with the world famous trumpetplayer Knud Hovaldt.
Svanberg has been giving concerts and master classes in Japan, Taiwan, France, Spain, Iceland, as well as in Scandinavian countries and most parts of Europe.
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