Reviewer Bio

Adam Bregman


Adam Bregman plays historical trombones from every era, with special interest in Medieval, Renaissance and early Baroque repertories, and sundry other Renaissance wind instruments. He is a member of Ciaramella (Los Angeles), an ensemble devoted to music of the fifteenth century, and played for many years with the early brass ensemble Oltremontano (Belgium). He performs regularly in Europe and the United States, having appeared with such ensembles as Piffaro, the Renaissance Band (USA), the Huelgas Ensemble (Belgium), and Capella Cracoviensis (Poland). As a teacher of early brass performance practice, Adam has led the Indiana Sackbut Workshop (ISW) since 2013 and has taught early winds at the SFEMS Med/Ren Workshop since 2017. In August 2016, Adam began a PhD in historical musicology at the University of Southern California, working on Medieval and Renaissance performance practices, musical theory and analysis, and composition.

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