Mihaela Martin violinist

About Mihaela

Biography

The Romanian-born artist Mihaela Martin is one of the most outstanding violin virtuosos of her generation. Her father gave her her first violin lessons when she was five years old. She later studied with Stefan Gheorghiu, who was himself a pupil of George Enescu and David Oistrakh.

At the age of 19, Mihaela Martin won second prize in the International Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow, which was followed by further main prizes in Montreal, Sion and Brussels. Being awarded first prize in the International Violin Competition of Indianapolis launched her international career. She has performed with leading orchestras such as the BBC Symphony, the Royal Philharmonic and the Montreal Symphony Orchestra, as well as the Mozarteum Orchestra of Salzburg and the Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra. She has worked with conductors such as Kurt Masur, Nikolaus Harnoncourt, Charles Dutoit and Neeme Järvi.

Chamber music has a very important place in Mihaela’s life In addition to participating in many chamber music festivals, she is a founding member of the Michelangelo String Quartet since 2003 with whom she performed in Carnegie Hall, Boulez Hall, Wigmore Hall, Library of Congress, Concertgebouw, Theatre de Champs Élysée.

Since 2017 she is artistic director of the Rolandseck Chamber music Festival.

Mihaela Martin is a professor at University of Music in Cologne , at the Barenboim-Said Academy in Berlin and at the Kronberg Academy.

She also gives masterclasses throughout the world and is a regular jury member at important international competitions such as the Queen Elisabeth (Belgium), Indianapolis (USA), Enescu (Romania) and Tchaikovsky (Russia).

Mihaela Martin plays a violin by J.G.Guadagnini that dates from 1748.

Upcoming Events

Calendar

25. 2. 2023
Chamber music concert
Beethoven Haus Bonn

Michelangelo String Quartet

www.beethoven.de

4. 3. 2023
Chamber music concert
Bucharest Radio Hall
6-10. 3. 2023
Masterclass
Raanana, Israel
13-17. 3. 2023
Masterclass
Madrid
Escuela Superior Reina Sofia
3-8. 4. 2023
Chamber music concerts and masterclass
Montepulciano, Italy
17-22. 4. 2023
Jury
Gstaad, Switzerland
“The Piccoli Virtuosi” International Violin Competition
23. 4 - 4. 5. 2023
Jury
Canada
Montreal International Violin Competition
8-18. 6. 2023
Chamber Music concerts
Osaka and Tokyo, Japan
29. 6 - 2. 7. 2023
Chamber Music Festival
Rolandseck, Bad Honnef
4-9. 7. 2023
Festival and Academy
Puerto Rico
25. 8 - 2. 9. 2023
Jury
Sion
Tibor Varga International Violin Competition
Soon there will be more events.

Media

Videos

Latest Release

Discography

Schubert: Violin & Piano

Mihaela Martin, violin
Elena Bashkirova, piano

Franz Schubert:
Sonatinas for Piano and Violin, Op. 137
No. 1 (D 384) | No. 2 (D 385) | No. 2 (D 408)
Rondo Briliant for Piano and Violin, Op. 70 (D 895)

Concertos & Recitals

Repertoire

Management

Contact

Reinicke Artists

Ludwigkirchplatz 11
D 10719 Berlin
+49 30 88 92 25 66
mail@reinicke-artists.com
www.reinicke-artists.com

 

Mihai Constantinescu

+40 744 534 805
artmusicfestro@yahoo.com

 

R. Douglas Sheldon – Advisor

www.sheldonartists.com