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Mihaela Martin, Classical Violinist Mihaela Martin

classical violinist
chamber musician

Born in Bucharest, Romania


  • Starts studying violin with her father at the age of five years, continues with professor Stefan Gheorghiu, pupil of George Enescu and David Oistrach

  • graduate of the National University of Music "Ciprian Porumbescu", Bucharest

Artistic Career

- artistic debut -

  • Carnegie Hall, New York - New York Times: "one of the most exciting debut concerts of the year"; Washington Post (about the concert at the Library of Congress): "Mihaela Martin remains to ornament the music world for years…[She] played with the energy and virtuosity that are prerequisites for success. Her concentration is absolute, she is sure of herself and, above all, has imagination."

- violon -

  •   Giambattista Guadagnini violin of 1748

- orchestras -

  • BBC Symphony

  • Royal Philharmonic

  • Montréal Symphony

  • Mozarteum Salzburg

  • Gewandhaus Leipzig

  • Hollywood Bowl

  • Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Rotterdam Philharmonic Orchestra

  • Bucharest Radio Philharmonic

  • Philharmonic "George Enescu", Bucharest, Romania

  • National Orchestra of the Ukraine

  • Boulder Symphony (Colorado)

  • Prague Chamber Orchestra

  • Beethovenhalle Orchestra

- conductors - 

  • Kurt Masur, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Charles Dutoit, Neeme Järvi, Sergiu Comissiona, Christian Badea

- musicians -

  • Marfta Argerich, Yuri Bashmet, Elisabeth Leonskaja, Nobuko Imai, Leon Fleisher,  Menahem Pressler, David Geringas, Boris Pergamenschikow, Pavel Gililov, Itamar Golan, Gérard Caussé, Frans Helmerson, Roland Pontinen

- chamber music festivals -

  • Kuhmo and Korsholm, Finland

  • Prades, Umea, Sweden

  • Portogruar, Italy

  • Kytakiushu, Japan

  • Schleswig-Holstein, Germany etc...

  • Ravinia, Sarasota, Verbier, Naantali and Korsholm

  • recent concerts in Paris, Tokyo, Luxembourg, Townsville, Prades and New York

- recent concerts -

  • Paris, Tokyo, Townsville, Prades, New York, Bucharest

Didactic Career

  • since 1992 - Professor of Violin, Music Conservatory, Köln, Germany

Michelangelo String Quartet

founded in 2002
Mihaela Martin
Stephan Picard
Nobuko Imaï
Frans Helmerson

First Prizes and Awards

  • Laureate of numerous international musical competitions, among them:

    • 1978 - Second Prize at Tchaikovsky Competition, Moscow

    • 1979 - First Prize in Montreal

    • 1980 - First Prize in Brussels at Queen Elisabeth Competition

    • 1982 - First Prize at the International Violin Competition, Indianapolis, USA



  • Hochschule für Musik Köln, Standort Köln, Dagobertstraße 38, 50668 Köln, Germany


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