Jonathan Bisulca began his trumpet studies at the age of 8.
In 2005 he joined the Academic Orchestra of the Colón Theater, a symphonic ensemble with which he performed in some of the most prominent concert halls in Buenos Aires.
In 2008 he was appointed as First Trumpet Soloist of the Symphonic Band of the Argentine Army.
In 2011 he traveled to Germany, where he took advanced lessons with Prof. Martin Wagemann, Principal Soloist of the Deutsche Oper Berlin.
Upon his return, he was invited to play in the most outstanding symphonic orchestras in Argentina (National Symphony Orchestra, Colón Theater Philharmonic Orchestra, La Plata Theater Orchestra, etc). He also performed as a soloist in different auditoriums, pieces such as the J. Haydn Concerto, Neruda’s Concerto, Vivaldi’s Concerto for Two Trumpets, the
Venice Carnival, among others. In the following years he took masterclasses with Professor Wynton Marsalis, and Reinhold Friedrich (International Concertists), and Gábor Tärkovi (Principal Soloist of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra).
In 2016 he won the position as Principal Trumpet Soloist at the Argentine National Symphony Orchestra.
Since 2019 he is a Schagerl artist.


It has a remarcable richness of harmonics, a spontaneous and precise response throughout the whole register, and an unprecedented projection for a classic trumpet. The tuning of this instrument is superlative, and it has a great dynamic range.


  • Schagerl C-Trumpet Model „Berlin heavy“
  • Schagerl Bb-Trumpet Model „Berlin heavy“
  • Argentina