Antonio Brazalez was born in Spain in 1983 and is living in Salzburg (Austria) where is working as a profesional trombone player, Windband conductor and educator. He studied with Dani perpiñan, Ximo Vicedo, Inda Bonet, Carlos Gil, Dani Bonvin and David Rejano, Martin Fuchsberger and Jorge Rotter.
As a trombone player he worked with prestigious Orchestras and Ensembles such as Gewandhaus Orchester Leipzig, Camerata Academica Salzburg, Landestheater Niederbayern, OENM, Oh-ton ensemble, el Grupo de cámara del auditorio de Zaragoza “Grupo ENIGMA”, Banda de Musica municipal de Zaragoza, the Brass ensemble SoundInBrass (with whom he did a tour in Korea with the renown Euphonium player Steven Mead), La Pulquería, Scheibsta und die Buben, Lungau Big Band, the RASP jazz quartet and duo NABANA.
As a director he conducted the Bad Reichenhaller Philharmoniker and the Bläserphilharmonie Salzburg. As Kapellmeister he worked with Musikkapelle Tiefgraben in Mondsee and Trachtenmusikkapelle Zell am Moos. Since 2022 he is the principal conductor of the Bergknappenmusikkapelle Bad Dürrnberg.
In 2009 Antonio suffered a neuronal illness known as focal dystonia which took him eight years to completely recover from. This sickness (sometimes denominated as the cancer of the musicians) helped him to understand pedagogy from another point of view, and experience the relationship with the instrument and the activity as a musician from a really privilege position.