Eduard Wulfson

Born in 1953 in Riga. At the age of 9 he played his first solo concert at the Latvian Conservatory (Riga). He studied at the Leningrad Conservatory with Mikhail Vayman and at the Moscow Conservatory with Igor Bezrodny, and after moving to Europe, with Nathan Milstein, Yehudi Menuhin, Henrik Schering and Miriam Solovyova.

Laureate of international competitions, including the Paganini International Violin Competition, the Violin Competition in Zagreb, the Grand Prix des Beaux Arts in Munich.

He performed solo and in ensembles with such great musicians as N. Gutman, Y. Bashmet, I. Menuhin, I. Handel, D. Yablonsky, V. Grokhovsky, V. Sakharov. According to Maestro Menuhin, "Eduard Wulfson’s performance is an expression of the best Russian traditions." And he himself sees his mission in "combining great music, outstanding performers, unique instruments and a wonderful audience in order to raise the emotional tone of aesthetics as high as possible."

Leading consultant on unique stringed instruments of the great masters: Antonio Stradivari, Giuseppe Guarneri and Nicolo Amati, founder and director of Rare Musical Instruments Consulting in Geneva.

A professor who has raised a galaxy of world celebrities. Many of the musicians with whom the maestro worked have won high awards at the most prestigious international competitions in Paris, Brussels, Moscow and Geneva. Among his students: Alexandra Konunova, Mark Bushkov, has been working with Daniel Lozakovich since 2015. Christophe Baraty calls him "the most erudite, refined and sincere teacher of our time."

He is a jury member of major international competitions.
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