Aline de Alcântara is currently the Second/Assistent Principal Trombone of the South Denmark Philharmonic, a position she began the Summer of 2019. Born in Pirassununga, Brazil, she started studying trombone at the age of 15 with his father Francisco de Alcântara, then at the São Carlos College Marching Band in the countryside of São Paulo state with the conductor Edison Penteado and later with Fernando Hehl. She received her bachelor of music degree from The University of São Paulo in 2010, studying with the Doctor Professor Donizeti Fonseca.
For five years she held the position of first trombonist at the Baccarelli Institute Heliopolis Orchestra where she worked with such renowned conductors as Roberto Tibiriçá, Isaac Karabtchevsky and Zubin Mehta.
She worked in several musicals in São Paulo city, such as Evita, the King and I, and the Sound of Music. In 2010 she won the audition of substitute/extra musician at the São Paulo State Symphony Orchestra (OSESP). In 2014 she finished her master degree in the field of Interpretation in Trombone at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne (HEMU) in Switzerland studying with Jacques Mauger.
Aline has already been a member of several Swiss orchestras, such as Fribourg Chamber Orchestra, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra, Avenches Opera Festival, Gartenoper Langenthal, Sommeroper Selzach, Bienne Symphony Orchestra and Bern Symphony Orchestra.
As a soloist, she has performed with the Minas Gerais Symphony Orchestra, Heliopolis Symphony Orchestra and the Collegium Musicum auf Schloss Weissenstein in Pommersfelden, Germany. As a chamber musician, she was member of the Opus 5 Brass Quintet, Trio Divines and Low Brass Project Brazil.