A soloistic sensation

Born in 1954 ,Michael Grube began to play the violin when he was 4.Both of his parents were musicians and he received his first training from his father.After a distinguished graduation Michael Grube studied with some of the most famous violinists and teachers of the time,Max Rostal (Berne) ,Ivan Galamian (New York) and Henryk Szeryng (Paris,Mexico).

He also studied composition and musicology,his doctorate (USA) is in Philosophy of Music.Michael Grube has given concerts as an invited soloist in hundredten countries of all continents.In addition to many flattering notices,his performances have won him numerous prizes,diplomas and awards of honorary-citizenship.

He has been guest-artist at many important festivals.The soloist has directed masterclasses and workshops in many countries.He was chairman of the jury at the 8th International Mozart Festival Stringplayers Competition(USA).

He has edited violin-works published by Doblinger Edition in Vienna and Pro Musica International(USA). Michael Grube performs on his N.Amati-violin.

ESTUDIOS:

A los cuatro años de edad comenzó a estudiar el violín recibiendo clases de su padre, el profesor Dr. Max Grube.

Realizó estudios superiores de violín y composición en Heidelberg, Constanza y Karlsruhe (Alemania) becado por "Deutsche Studienstiftug" (Bonn/Alemania).

Posteriormente ha estudiado con algunos de los violinistas más famosos del mundo de nuestro tiempo: Max Rostal, en Berna, Henryk Szeryng (México), Iván Galamian (New York), Yfrah Neaman (Londres); estudios de composición con el eminente compositor alemán Guenther Becker (Duesseldorf); musicología con el profesor Dr. Ewald Jammers de la Universidad de Heidelberg (Alemania). Graduación en 1975.

Doctorado en Filosofía en Música, Arizona, Estados Unidos.