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Edwin de Neijs

EdNresizeEdwin was taught to play on a very early age by his dad and his local music teacher. He studied the euphonium (Piet Joris) and conducting (Jan Cober) at the Brabant Conservatory.
After retaining his teaching degree (cum laude) , he finished his studies in 2001 with the peforming degree on euphonium. From 1993 on he regularly had lessons from mr. Steven Mead and masterclasses with Roger Bobo, Robert Childs and Jukka Myllys. In 1999 he won the audition with the Orchestra of the Netherlands Airforce, and is besides playing active as an arranger and composer for the band.
He is asked frequently as a soloist with various brass and windbands and as a low brass tutor in workhops. In 2008 he won a composition contest in The Neterlands. Edwin is a bit of and exeption in the Euphonium World because he loves running marathons.

The City of Hulst, situated in the southwestern Netherlands in the east of Zeelandic Flanders, is a historic example of Dutch fortress architecture. The Keldermans Gate was the entrance to the town of both land and water. The Intrada is written for the local brassquintet and is often played on the historic locations.


The Altena Festival March portraits various marching styles of the beginning of the 20thCentury (aka The Golden Age of Brass) It was inspired by famous “Marching Kings” such as Karl King, J.P. Sousa, William Rimmer and Julius Fucik. It was written for the annual Brassband Festival of the Dutch Championship Band "Altena Brass"

Airpower is a Ceremonial March. It tells a Military story of Ceremony, Remembrance, Brotherhood and Festivity.

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