Daniel Röhn

Violin 

 

"A sensational player, as technically mellifluous as he is interpretively beguiling."
The Strad

"Absolutely immaculate and masterful."
Süddeutsche Zeitung

Representation in Australia and New Zealand

 

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Widely acclaimed as one of the leading violinists on stage today, Daniel Röhn comes from a remarkable lineage of artists: both his grandfather Erich Röhn and his father Andreas Röhn helped shape the universally unique German orchestral sound as concertmasters of the Berlin Philharmonic’s Furtwängler era and the postwar Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra. Daniel’s own playing is rooted in these stylistic traditions and he has earned praise from critics and audiences worldwide for his evocation of the violin’s golden age.

 

Recent and upcoming highlights include performances with the London Philharmonic, Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Royal Stockholm Philharmonic, Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, and the Swedish Chamber Orchestra. Röhn has appeared at Carnegie Hall New York, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall London, and at all major venues in his native Germany, with conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Gustavo Dudamel, Lorin Maazel, and Hannu Lintu.

 

As a frequent guest at Europe’s major summer festivals, his chamber music partners include Lisa Batiashvili, Gautier Capucon, Nils Mönkemeyer, and Jörg Widmann.

 

His award-winning discography presents not only standard repertoire, but special projects like “The Kreisler Story”, a masterful celebration of one of the violin’s most treasured virtuosos Fritz Kreisler, or “The Golden Violin - Music of the 20's,” Röhn’s homage to the culturally unparalleled period between the two world wars.

 

Daniel Röhn received early musical training from his father and studied under Ana Chumachenco at Munich University of Music and Performing Arts. A passionate teacher himself, and a former guest professor at the Hamburg University of Music, he is deeply devoted to passing on the German tradition of his artistic heritage to the next generation of violinists and violists in Australia, where he lives with his wife, renowned flutist Ana de la Vega, and their daughter.