Belgian euphonium star Glenn van Looy has become the latest leading instrumentalist to join the stable of international brass artists choosing to perform on a Geneva Symphony instrument.
The award winning soloist will endorse and perform on the Geneva Symphony euphonium, joining other Geneva artists including James Fountain and Joseph Cook.
“I was blown away by the Geneva Symphony euphonium. The ease of playing and the versatility are second to none. The Symphony’s tuning and intonation is so good that there is rarely the need to use the trigger fitted on the instrument at all!
The Geneva design concept is to produce instruments with a traditional warm 'brass band' sound, and the Symphony euphonium definitely delivers this!”
“At the moment I'm performing with the Symphony Orchestra of Flanders and the instrument blends really well within the brass section. I’m also looking forward to playing the Symphony euphonium at the upcoming Belgium National Championship this month and also on my new solo album which I’m recording in December.”