"When I started using Warburton mouthpieces in 2004. I noticed that I didn’t have to "adapt" to the mouthpieces that much. They were a perfect fit for the situations I was looking for. The consistency of their numbering system makes it easier for the knowledgeable player to find what they need. Another reason why I trust in their products is that they are always finding ways to help players and students to improve. The P.E.T.E., Buzzard, etc. even products for woodwinds!!! It is comforting to know that they always want to improve themselves."
Luis M Araya
|Born in Alajuela, Costa Rica, has played a wide range of musical styles, ranging from classical to popular and Latin music. He has studied music extensively both in Costa Rica and in the United States, holding a Bachelor of Music degree from the National Institute of Music (Costa Rica) and a Master of Music degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. He holds a PHD from ASU with Dr. David Hickman. Luis has been a member of the Costa Rica National Symphony Orchestra since 1997. He is also on the faculties of the National Institute of Music and the University of Costa Rica. Other orchestral experiences include the Venezuela Symphony Orchestra, the Miami Symphony Orchestra, and the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra. Other festivals attended by Araya are the Rafael Mendez Brass Institute (Denver, CO), and a Solo recital at the International Trumpet Guild Conference 2005 in Bangkok, Thailand.|