Angel Subero is a Venezuelan trombonist who attended the Conservatorio Itinerante in Caracas, Venezuela, where he studied with the legendary Michel Becquet. After coming to the United States in 2001, he attended Boston Conservatory, where he studied with Lawrence Isaacson, and New England Conservatory of Music, where he studied with Douglas Yeo. He also studied with John Rojak at the Aspen Music Festival.
Subero has performed with numerous orchestras, including the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, Boston Ballet, Pittsburgh Symphony, American Composers Orchestra, the Venezuela Symphony, Simon Bolivar Symphony, and the Boston Modern Orchestra Project, to name a few. He has worked with such conductors as John Williams, Seiji Ozawa, Kurt Masur, Sir Colin Davis, Christoph von Dohnanyi, Keith Lockhart, and Robert Spano, among many others.
In the realms of jazz, Latin and commercial music, Subero has appeared with artists such as Bob Brookmeyer, Aretha Franklin, Slide Hampton, Jim McNeely, Claudio Roditi, Danilo Perez, Chris Botti, and many more.
- Performances with, Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Ballet, American Composers Orchestra, and Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
- Proficient on both tenor and bass trombone
- Boston Conservatory at Berklee
- New England Conservatory of Music
"I want my students feeling confident in themselves and their abilities. I strive to give them the tools they need to tackle the challenges that they will face in the modern music industry."
"My professional career has been a wonderful variety of classical, commercial, jazz and Latin music. I believe it is imperative for a successful musician to be able to navigate any genre of music that is presented to them with ease and confidence."