Daniel Austrich
One of the most successful Russian musicians of his generation, Daniel Austrich regularly performs at most prestigious concert venues worldwide as a soloist and a chamber musician. His concert tours include venues such as Carnegie Hall in New York, Library of Congress in Washington, Wigmore Hall in London, Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg, Zaryadye Hall and Tchaikovsky Hall in Moscow, Pierre Boulez Hall in Berlin, Opera City Hall in Tokyo, Victoria Hall in Geneva, or the Arts Center in Seoul.


Recent Highlights include opening of the Yuri Bashmet Festival in Rostov on Don with Prokofiev concerto no.1, opening night of the Ostsee Musikforum in Usedom together with David Geringas and Ian Fountain, debut with Jerusalem Symphony in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, as well as his debut with Sapporo Symphony in Japan.

Many chamber music partners include Itzhak Perlman, Donald Weilerstein, Pamela Frank, Nobuko Imai, Frans Helmerson, Antoine Tamestit, Renaud Capucon, Lahav Shani, Kirill Gerstein, Fedor Belugin, Sergey Malov, Andrey Baranov, Alexey Semenenko and many others.Austrich studied with Alla Aranovskaya, in his native St.Petersburg and at the Oberlin Conservatory, before he went onto study with the legendary Viktor Tretyakov at the Cologne Academy of Music.

He has been teaching violin and chamber music at the Hochschule in Cologne since 2015 and plays a 1777 Michele Deconet violin if Venice, Italy.


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