Bass Trombonist Louis Bremer, III is currently a freelance musician based in the Northeastern United States. He has held positions with the San Antonio Symphony and the Chamber Orchestra of New York.
Louis’s symphonic career includes performances with the New Hampshire Music Festival Orchestra, Korean Broadcasting System Orchestra, Jacksonville Symphony, Louisiana Philharmonic, Rochester Philharmonic, Houston Symphony, The Knights Orchestra, Hartford Symphony, New Haven Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, Reading Symphony, and New World Symphony.
As a chamber musician, Louis has performed and recorded with the American Brass Quintet, Synergy Quintet, EQUALI Quartet, Rodney Mack’s Philadelphia Big Brass, ACJW Brass Quintet, and is a founding member of the Brass Initiative.
As an educator, Louis has taught privately at the middle school, high school, and collegiate levels. He has participated in mentorship programs for young people through Carnegie Hall, The Juilliard School, and the Music Academy of the West. His teachers include Scott Hartman, Brent Phillips, Mark Lawrence, Ralph Sauer, Joseph Alessi, Per Brevig, and John Rojak. He holds a Master’s Degree from The Juilliard School and a Bachelor’s Degree from Baylor University.
Louis resides in Collingswood, NJ with his wife, Ashley, a nurse at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.