Daniel Röhn



Violinist Daniel Röhn began his varied career at an early age. The son and grandson of two renowned concertmasters, Röhn began his studies at the Hochschule for Musik München at 14 with Ana Chumachenco. As a scholarship-holder in the Anne-Sophie Mutter Foundation and in the Stradivari society of Chicago, Daniel Röhn delights his audience in both solo programs and as a chamber musician with a magnetic stage presence, performing to rave reviews for his concerts at Wigmore hall, Laeiszhalle Hamburg and the Southbank Centre London, with September’s issue of the Strad Magazine praising his performances as “rendered in vivid colours, brilliantly placed and combining striking individual virtuosity with chamber like collegiality.”

After his recent birthday tribute to Fritz Kreisler at Carnegie Hall,
highlights of coming months include recitals at the Wigmore Hall
London, Konzerthaus Berlin, Laeiszhalle Hamburg and Konzerthuset
Stockholm. He will play 7 concerts at Festpiele MecklenburgVorpommern
with Vilde Frang and at the Lucerne Festival, Sibelius
Concerto performances in Berlin follow, as well as his Kreisler Story
disc release with Berlin Classics/EDEL on 12th August 2016.
In a dialogue with the audience Daniel Röhn evokes the golden
age of violin playing of the 1920s and 30s in his own programme
“The Kreisler Story”, seamlessly blending the art of communication
through music with a narrative about the music itself.
As an outstanding talent Röhn was nominated the violinist of 2005
from the Konserthuset Stockholm, winning the “Rising Star” Award
which has garnered him invitations from countless outstanding
addresses, including repeat invitations from, among others, the
Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra, the Stuttgart Radio Symphony
Orchestra, The Royal Philharmonic Stockholm,
Cappella Istropolitana,
Georgian Chamber Orchestra, Würtembergisches Kammerorchester,
Norrköping Symphony Orchestra, with invitations from conductors
such as Ion Marin, Gustavo Dudamel, Riccardo Muti, Lorin Maazel,
Esa-Pekka Salonen, Hannu Lintu, Ruben Gazarian, Markus Poschner,
and Ariel Zuckermann.
Festival appearances include the Mozartfestpiele in Würzburg,
“Tonsättarfestivalen” of Contemporary Music in Stockholm,
Schleswig-Holstein, Deauville, the Lucerne Festival, the Rheingau
Musik Festival, and the Festival Mecklenburg-Vorpommern.
In recital and as soloist Daniel has performed at Carnegie Hall,
Wigmore Hall, Berlin Philharmonie, Palais des Beaux Arts Brussels,
Southbank Centre London, Culture and Convention Centre Lucerne,
Konzerthaus Vienna, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Philharmonie
Cologne, Megaron Athens, Symphony Hall Birmingham, Herkulessaal,
Prinzregententheater and Philharmonie Gasteig, Munich, Cité de
la Musique Paris, Konserthuset Stockholm, CAMI Hall New York,
Festspielhaus Baden-Baden.
His chamber music partners include Julia Fischer, Nils Mönkemeyer,
Lisa Batiashvili, Gautier Capuçon, Antoin Tamestit, Arabella
Steinbacher, Jörg Widmann, Julian Steckel, Lauma Skride, Ana
Chumachenco, Lena Neudauer , Alexander Sitkovetsky, Viviane
Hagner, Augustin Hadelich, Ivry Gitlis, Polina Leschenko, Bertrand
Chamayou, Sebastian Klinger, Danjulo Ishizaka, Paul Rivinius, Quatuor
Ebène and the Belcea Quartett.
Daniel released the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto and a recital disc of
virtuoso pieces with Milana Chernyavska under the Claves label. Both
recordings received numerous awards including the Diapason d’Or
and a Pizzicato Supersonic Award.
Röhn is the third generation in a family of outstanding violinists.
His grandfather Erich Röhn was Furtwängler’s concertmaster of the
Berlin Philharmonic and his father Andreas Röhn led the Bavarian
Radio Symphony Orchestra for almost 30 years. His mother, Swedish
pianist Kerstin Hindart was Alfred Brendel’s protégée and repetiteur
in Vienna as well as accompanist to Nicolai Gedda and the
Björling Family.
He performs on a Joseph Rocca violin from 1840.


For concerts worldwide, aside from the Nordic region please visit http://www.danielroehn.com/calendar/

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J. S. Bach Violin Concerto No.1 A Minor, BWV 1041
J. S. Bach Violin Concerto No.2 E Major, BWV 1042
J. S. Bach Double Concerto D Minor, BWV 1043

S. Barber Violin Concerto op.14

B. Bartók Viola Concerto opus posth.

L. v. Beethoven Violin Concerto D Major op.61
L. v. Beethoven Triple Concerto op.56

A. Berg Violin Concerto „To the memory of an angel“

J. Brahms Violin Concerto D Major op.77
J. Brahms Double Concerto op.102

M. Bruch Violin Concerto No.1 G Minor op.26
M. Bruch Scottish Fantasy op.46
M. Bruch Double Concerto op.88

A. Dvořák Violin Concerto A Minor op.53

E. Elgar Violin Concerto op.61

K. Goldmark Violin Concerto A Minor op.28

J. Haydn Violin Concerto C Major Hob VIIa: 1

W. A. Mozart Sinfonia Concertante op.84 Hob I: 105

K. A. Hartmann Concerto funebre (1939)

E. W. Korngold Violin Concerto D Major op.35

F. Kreisler Violin Concerto C Major „in the style of Vivaldi“

E. Lalo Symphonie Espagnole op.21

W. Lutoslawski Chain 2 Dialogue for violin and orchestra

F. Mendelssohn Violin Concerto E Minor op.64
F. Mendelssohn Violin Concerto D Minor (1822)



W. A. Mozart Violin Concerto No.1 B flat Major K207
W. A. Mozart Violin Concerto No.3 G Major K216
W. A. Mozart Violin Concerto No.4 D Major K218
W. A. Mozart Violin Concerto No.5 A Major K219
W. A. Mozart Concertone C Major K190
W. A. Mozart Sinfonia Concertante E flat Major K364

N. Paganini Violin Concerto No.1 D Major op.6

A. Piazzolla The Four Seasons

S. Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.1 D Major op.19
S. Prokofiev Violin Concerto No.2 G Minor op.63

M. Ravel Tzigane

C. Saint-Saëns Violin Concerto No.3 B Minor op.61

R. Schumann Violin Concerto D Minor WoO 23

D. Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.1 op.99
D. Shostakovich Violin Concerto No.2 op.129

J. Sibelius Violin Concerto D Minor op.47
K. Szymanowski Violin Concerto No.2 op.61

P. I. Tschaikovsky Violin Concerto D Major op.35

H. Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto No.4 D Minor op.31
H. Vieuxtemps Violin Concerto No.5 A Minor op.37

T. Vitali Chaconne

A. Vivaldi The Four Seasons

W. Walton Viola Concerto

H. Wieniawski Violin Concerto No.1 F sharp Minor op.14
H. Wieniawski Violin Concerto No.2 D Minor op. 22

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