Chouchane Siranossian

Concertmaster

French violinist Chouchane Siranossian is one of the most engaging musical talents of her generation and has firmly established her reputation in Baroque and contemporary music circles. Her research into historical performance practice as well as modern music, paired with exceptional virtuosity, has opened up new dimensions of a broad repertoire.

Chouchane Siranossian studied with Tibor Varga, Pavel Vernikov, Zakhar Bron and Reinhard Goebel. She appears regularly as a soloist and concert master with orchestras such as the Staatskapelle Dresden, Deutsche Kammerphilharmonie Bremen, Budapest Festival Orchestra, Concerto Köln, Les Musiciens du Louvre, Hofkapelle München, the Munich Chamber Orchestra, Collegium 1704 and Anima Eterna. She is founder of the ensemble “Les Racines du Temps” and concert master of ENSEMBLE ESPERANZA.

She has performed with renowned musicians including Bertrand Chamayou, Philippe Bianconi, Michel Béroff, Daniel Ottensamer, Benjamin Engeli and Thomas Demenga as well as major personalities in the field of historically informed performance such as Jos van Immerseel, Philippe Herreweghe, René Jacobs, Reinhard Goebel, Andrea Marcon, Marc Minkowski, Václav Luks, Christoph Prégardien, Andreas Spering, Dorothee Oberlinger, Alexis Kossenko, Philippe

Jaroussky, Christophe Coin, Rudolf Lutz, Valer Barna- Sabadus, Rüdiger Lotter, Giuliano Carmignola, Roy Goodman, Michael Hofstetter and Thomas Hengelbrock. Siranossian is equally committed to the performance of contemporary music; she collaborates regularly with composers such as Bechara El Khoury, Daniel Schnyder, Marc-André Dalbavie and Eric Tanguy.

Siranossian’s recordings as a soloist and chamber musician have garnered numerous awards. Her first solo recording, Time Reflexion, was honoured with the

“Diapason Découverte”. L’ange et le Diable, her album with conductor and harpsichordist Jos van Immerseel, was recognized in the “Baroque Instrumental” category of the “International Classical Music Awards 2017”.

Chouchane Siranossian plays instruments by Joseph and Antoine Gagliano and Nicolò Amati, the latter on loan by the Boubo Music Foundation.

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