Michael Rosborg Germer

Papillondeltaker, Fiolin
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Michael Germer’s innate musicianship and warm, sensual violin tone have brought him success in his native Scandinavia and in Israel, where he studies with Dora Schwarzberg and already has established himself as a concerto soloist.

Michael was born in Copenhagen in 2002.
He studied under Serguei Azizian in Copenhagen until the age of 16 when he began his studies at the Buchmann-Mehta School of Music at Tel Aviv University with Dora Schwarzberg. Over the course of 2018, he was awarded First Prize and the Grand Prix at the Grumiaux International Violin Competition, First Prize at the Postacchini International Violin Competition and Special Prize at Kreisler International Violin Competition, during which he performed at the famous Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna. In 2019, Michael was the youngest semi-finalist at the Carl Nielsen International Violin Competition in Odense, which was broadcast live around the world.

In 2020 Michael won the First Prize as well as the “Paganini-Prize” at the Khachaturian International Violin Competition.

As a concerto soloist, Michael has appeared with the the Haifa Symphony Orchestra, the Webern Symphony Orchestra, the Buchmann-Mehta Symphony Orchestra, the Århus Symphony Orchestra, the Odense Symphony Orchestra and the University of Geneva Symphony Orchestra and has worked with conductors such as Lahav Shani, Felix Mildenberger and Vladimir Kiradjiev.

Apart from his activities as a soloist, Michael is an active recitalist and chamber musician and have collaborated with artists such ad Nikolaj Szeps-Znaider, Levon Chilingirian, members of the Danish String Quartet and Trio Con Brio Copenhagen. His performances have been broadcast live on Austria’s state broadcaster ORF, on Denmark’s state broadcaster DR and on Medici TV.

In 2019 Michael signed to Nordic Artists Management.

By Andrew Mellor