started playing when he was four years old under the tutelage of his
mom. He attended the Central Music School
and the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts and studied with
Dora Schwarzberg and Evgenia
whom he has worked include the Bayerische Kammerphilharmonie, the Berlin Symphoniker,
the Brno Philharmonic Orchestra, Janacek Philharmonia
Ostrava, the Johann Strauss Ensemble, the Johann Strauss Orchester Wien, the Karntner
Symphony Orchestra, the Kharkov Symphony Orchestra, the Montpellier
Symphony Orchestra, the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, the Nuremberg
Philharmonic Orchestra, the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra, the Philharmonia, the St. Petersburg Academic Symphony
Orchestra, the Sung-nam Philharmonic Orchestra, the
Vienna Boys Choir, the Vienna Classical Players, Vienna Concert-Verein and the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
In January 1999, he
performed the “Violin Concerto” of Alexander Glazunov in the
Grand Hall at the Moscow Conservatory.
He served as first
concertmaster for the Nuremberg Philharmonic Orchestra from 2003 to
2005. In 2005, he took up the
same post with the Vienna Symphony Orchestra.
On 12th December
2008, he gave the world premiere of Werner Steinmetz’s “Violin
Concerto” at Brahms Hall with Vienna Concert-Verein.
He interpreted Felix
Mendelssohn’s “Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in E minor,
Op. 64” with the Nuremberg Symphony Orchestra at Kultuzentrum
Karmeliterkirche on 6th November 2010.
In April 2012, he performed
“Gypsy Airs” by Pablo de Sarasate as
part of the Vienna Symphony Orchestra’s Easter concert in the Golden
Hall at Musikverein Vienna.
Recordings on which
he appears include: Favorite Violin Encores with Maria Teterina; 15
Violin Miniature Encores; Ignaz Joseph Pleyel, Vol. 4:
Grande Concert; and, Six
Tales of Time with the Vienna Boys Choir.
In the field of music
education, he has given master classes and taught at the University of Music
and Performing Arts in Vienna and the Vienna