Elvin Hoxha Ganiyev joins TACT

Elvin Hoxha Ganiyev joins TACT

We are thrilled to announce the addition of Elvin Hoxha Ganiyev, a promising young violinist, to our roster.

Elvin is a solo concert violinist with a broad and diverse repertoire who is currently pursuing his Konzertexamen degree at Folkwang Universität der Künste in Essen and his second Master’s degree in Instrumental Solist program at UdK Berlin simultaneously. He holds a Master’s Degree from Hochschule für Musik Theater Hannover in Germany and also a Bachelor’s Degree from Escuela Superior de Música Reina Sofía in Spain. 

Elvin was born in 1997 into a family of esteemed musicians and started playing the violin when he was five years old. At the age of 8, he gave his first orchestral concert with his grandfather Server Ganiyev, and that same year he was admitted to the Zurich Conservatory Young Student program. Since the age of 10, when Elvin made his debut with Moscow Virtuosi under the baton of Vladimir Spivakov at the Kremlin Palace, he has always performed with renowned conductors and esteemed orchestras in prominent concert halls and prestigious international festivals throughout the world. 

His mastery has been recognised through numerous prizes, including the David Oistrakh Violin Competition, George Enescu International Violin Competition, International Jascha Heifetz Violin Competition, Szymanowski International Music Competition, Lipinski-Wieniawski Competition for Young Musicians, Golden Medal Berliner International Music Competition, and Vienna International Music Competition to name a few.

Elvin performs on a violin by Giuseppe Guarneri 'filius Andreae', crafted in Cremona circa 1715, complemented by a Eugène Sartory bow.

Elvin Hoja Ganiyev

Elvin Hoxha Ganiyev



Truly impressed by his tremendous talent.

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