Solo with Wind Ensemble

Andreas Martin Hofmeir, one of the finest and most versatile instrumentalists of our time, is at home in many different musical genres. The tuba player is a professor at the Mozarteum in Salzburg, was a founding member of the Bavarian cult band LaBrassBanda, and has received numerous awards both as a cabaret artist and a classical tuba player. Hofmeir is a respected soloist and chamber musician, and has been invited to lead master classes and workshops throughout the world. He is also an author and showmaster.

Andreas Martin Hofmeir grew up playing in various brass and wind ensembles, where he discovered his love for the tuba. He still enjoys performing with brass and wind bands and passing on his knowledge to non-professional brass players. He has performed with the Sächsische Bläserphilharmonie, the Deutsche Bläserphilharmonie, the Akademisches Blasorchester München, the Bläserphilharmonie Salzburg, and the Upper Austrian Military Orchestra, as well as with countless local wind bands and music societies.

Hofmeir’s extensive repertoire includes a tuba concerto composed especially for him by Jörg Duda and another one composed for him by Stephen Melillo.


Alexander Arutiunian Tuba Concerto
Zequinha de Abreu “Tico-Tico no Fubá” (Bearbeitung von Mario Düpre)
Jörg Duda Konzert Nr. 2 für Tuba und symphonisches Blasorchester op. 67/2
Edouard Chappot Tuba Concerto (mit Brass Band oder Blasorchester)
Thomas Doss “Panoptikum”
Martin Ellerby Tuba Concerto
Edward Gregson Tuba Concerto
Ingo Luis “The Empty Stage Blues”
Carlos Marques Concertino for Tuba and Symphonic Band
Stephen Melillo Concerto for Tuba “The Strong Soul”
Vittorio Monti Csárdás (Bearbeitung)
Ennio Morricone “Gabriel’s Oboe” (aus der Filmmusik zu “The Mission”, Bearbeitung)
Joaquín Rodrigo “En Aranjuez con tu amor” (Bearbeitung)
Robert W. Smith “Willson Suite”
Roland Szentpali “Carmen Fantasie”
Roland Szentpali Tuba Concerto
Joy Webb “Share my Yoke”
Rolf Wilhelm Concertino für Tuba und Blasorchester