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Rainer Schmidt

Rainer Schmidt (* 1964) ist ein deutscher Violinist. Rainer Schmidt studierte an der Hochschule für Musik und Theater in Hannover, wo er mit dem Solistendiplom abschloss. Ebenfalls studierte er am College Conservatory derUniversität Cincinnati. Seit 1987 ist er Mitglied des Hagen-Quartetts, wo er die zweite Violine spielt. 1989 gründete er das Ravinia Trio. Seit 1988 doziert Schmidt am Mozarteum Salzburg und seit […]

Per Enoksson

PER ENOKSSON began studying the violin with Alice Goldschmid and later with Professor Milan Vitek. After gaining a Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music, Copenhagen, in 1982, he then continued his studies in New York with Professor Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School of Music. Per Enoksson also participated in masterclasses with Henryk Szeryng […]

Pavel Vernikov

Pavel Vernikov, a student of David Oistrach and S. Snitkowsky, gained a reputation as virtuoso violinist more than twenty years ago. Among other prizes he won the International ARD Violin Competition in Munich and the Grand Prix at the International Violin Competition “Vittorio Gui” in Florence. He has appeared at such prestigious venues as the […]

Øyvor Volle

Øyvor Volle was born in 1970 in Hamar, Norway. She began playing the violin in 1974, and when she was eight years old she started studying under Professor Leif Jørgensen at the Østlandske Music Conservatory in Oslo. She continued her studies under Professor Jens Ellermann at Hochschule für Musik und Theater, Hannover Germany in 1986-1988, […]

Miriam Fried Biss

Miriam Fried has been recognized for many years as one of the world’s preeminent violinists. A consummate musician – equally accomplished as recitalist, concerto soloist or chamber musician – she has been heralded for her ”fiery intensity and emotional depth” (Musical America) as well as for her technical mastery. Her supreme blend of artistry and […]

Minjung Cho

Violinist Minjung Cho was born in Seoul, Korea. After obtaining Master of Fine Art with Highest Honors at Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory(Moscow, Russia), Ms. Cho held Soloist Assistant position in Madrid Symphony Orchestra.(Madrid, Spain) Ms. Cho won numerous national and international awards, among them the Dmitri Musafia Prize in Tibor Varga International Violin Competition held in […]

Mihkel Kerem

Mihkel Kerem was born in 1981 in Tallinn into a family of musicians. At the age of six he began studying at the Tallinn Music High School with his mother Mirjam Kerem. In 1992 and 1993 he won diplomas both from the Dvarionas competition in Lithuania and the Kocian competition in the Czech Republic. Two […]

Mihaela Martin

Romanian-born Mihaela Martin has achieved the reputation of being one of the most outstanding violin virtuosos of her generation. She began to study violin with her father at the age of five, and later went to study with Prof.Stefan Gheorghiu, who had been himself a pupil of George Enescu and David Oistrach. Ms.Martin has won […]

Midori

The violinist Midori is recognized not only for the evolution and scope of her 28-year career as one of the most dazzlingly gifted performers before the public, but increasingly for the prescient and innovative community engagement initiatives to which she devotes a substantial amount of her energies and resources worldwide on an ongoing basis. Named […]

Mi-kyung Lee

Mi-kyung Lee The violinist Mi-kyung Lee came to Europe in 1975 and studied in Gstaad, Switzerland with Alberto Lysy, in Colone with Igor Ozim, at the Mozarteum in Salzburg with Sandor Vegh and privately with Ana Chumachenko. Her major awards included the first prize at the whole German music university (Hochschule)Competition  in 1982, the silver […]