Alejandro Ruiz Casado

Principal Trombonist, Mitteldeutsche Kammerphilharmonie (Germany)

Alejandro Ruiz Casado from Porcuna (Spain), is principal trombone of the Mitteldeutsche Kammerphilharmonie in Germany.

He began his trombone studies in Porcuna with Juan Carlos del Pino Bueno and finished his professional degree at the “Ramon Garay” Conservatory in Jaén with Juan Colás and Javier Yera. In 2017 he finished his Bachelor studies at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Madrid with Elies Hernandis, Simeón Galduf, and Enrique Cotoli. After that, he moved to Germany where he completed a master’s degree at the Musikhochschule in Freiburg with Fabrice Millischer. In 2020, he continued his studies by doing a second master’s degree in orchestra at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Rostock with Jamie Williams and Tomer Maschkowski.

Alejandro was also directly influenced by Juan Francisco Aránega Rivas. He has performed with the Barenboim-Said Foundation of Sevilla and the Youth Orchestra of Andalusia.

He received masterclasses from David Rejano, Gilles Millière, Ian Bousfield, Zoltan Kiss, Stefan Schulz, Jörgen Van Rijen, Martin Schipper, Mark Hampson, Brandt Attema, Guilhem Kusnierek, Jonas Bylund, Denson Paul Pollard, Marshall Gilkes, Juan Carlos Matamoros, Jordi Navarro, Paco Guillen, Ximo Vicedo, Baltasar Perelló, Francisco Rosario, etc.

In 2022, Alejandro won the academy place as tenor/bass trombonist at the Norddeutsche Philharmonie in Rostock.

He has collaborated with orchestras such as the National Orchestra of Spain, the Royal Seville Symphony Orchestra, the Spanish Radio Television Symphony Orchestra (RTVE), the Malaga Philharmonic Orchestra, the Bremen Kammerphilharmonie, the Kölner Kammerorchester, the Baden-Baden Philharmonie, the Philharmonisches Theater Freiburg, the Brandenburger Symphoniker, Philharmonisches Orchester Bremerhaven, and the Magdeburgische Philharmonie.

“I’ve never played a trombone with such quality sound in all registers as my Edwards T350-E. You can achieve a deep and warm sound as well as play freely and effortlessly. It is an instrument that allows you to be flexible both to play solo repertoire and, in my case, to perform the role of principal trombone in the orchestra.”

Alejandro Ruiz Casado