Fabrice Millischer

Fabrice Millischer has currently established himself as one of the most talented trombonists of the younger generation, particularly since he won first prize at the prestigious ARD Munich in 2007, the first year the competition was open to trombonists.

Born in 1985 to a family of musicians, Fabrice Millischer distinguished himself by his rich and uncommon musical evolution. He started studying music with the piano in Toulouse but he was singled out as a cellist and as a trombonist. He then enrolled in the Lyon Conservatoire to perfect his skills in trombone with Michel Becquet and in sackbut with Daniel Lassalle. In the meantime, he followed the instruction of Roland Pidoux and Xavier Phillips at the Paris Conservatoire in cello.

Winner of international competitions, Fabrice Millischer played with prestigious ensembles such as Jordi Savall’s “Le concert des Nations”, and “Les Sacqueboutiers” with Daniel Lassalle and Jean-Pierre Canihac. As a soloist, he performed with numerous artists such as the Wiener Kammer Orchester under the conducting of Darrell Ang, the Bayerische Rundfunk under the baton of Anu Tali, the SWR Stuttgart Rundfunksinfonie Orchester under the baton of Michel Küston.

Fabrice Millischer gave recitals throughout the world in Washington, Tokyo, Beijing, Munich, Basel and Paris and he is also a regular performer at important brass festivals.

 Fabrice Millischer presents the musical evolution of his instrument through his repertoire, from the sackbut to the trombone. He is also involved in the diffusion of 21st century music, taking part in the creation of various pieces for the trombone, some of which have been dedicated to him.

In 2009, the Académie des Arts et Lettres awarded him its Silver Medal. In 2011, he was taken under the wing of the Académie Charles Cros, and the same year at the French “Victoires de la Musique”, he was awarded “Revelation of the Year” in the soloist category.

Strongly interested in teaching, he is the youngest musician to be appointed professor at the Hochschule für Musik in Germany in 2009. Fabrice Millischer, who is a representing artist for the brand Antoine Courtois Paris and is currently trombone solo with the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbücken Kaiserslautern.


After recording “Pérégrinations” and “Libretto”, he has recently released “Trombone All Styles”, a collection of pieces from Haendel to Matthieu Millischer accompanied on harpsichord, organ and piano, recorded by Aparté and distributed by Harmonia Mundi.



Artist website :

Label : Aparte

E-boutique : Harmonia Mundi

French Trombone Concertos
Tomasi, Burgan, Guillou with the Deutsche Radio Philharmonie Saarbrücken Kaiserslautern conducted by Ulrich Kern for SR
Trombone All Styles
Un disque récital retraçant l'histoire du trombone et de la sacqueboute de la Renaissance à la musique actuelle. Avec Miko Maiko (orgue et Claveçin) et Nathanaël Goutin (piano) pour Aparté.
Bourgeois, Perruchon, Sulek and Respighi with the brass band EXO BRASS. for
Pieces for Trombone and Sacqueboute by Albrechtsberger, Castérède, Ortiz, Sulek and Kassatti. for Perc. pro.