TALENT MUSIC 
MASTER COURSES

VIOLIN PROFESSORS

INGOLF TURBAN
professor for the programs:
Masters Meetings

Ingolf Turban has performed as a soloist in many renowned venues, including the Berlin Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the Avery Fisher Hall in New York, the Tonhalle in Zürich, the Goldener Saal of the Wiener Musikverein in Vienna and La Scala in Milan. He has worked with conductors such as Sergiu Celibidache, Charles Dutoit, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Yehudi Menuhin, Jun Märkl and Marcello Viotti. As well as the better-known major violin works, Ingolf Turban has dedicated his talents to airing works never previously performed.
His skilled commitment to the works of Niccolò Paganini has gained him much critical acclaim, including his performance with the New York Philharmonic in March 2006, his complete recording of the six violin concertos (Telos Records) and featuring in the television documentary “Paganinis Geheimnis” (Paganini’s Secret) in merkur.tv in 2006.
His extensive repertoire cuts across all genres, and has been documented in a total of over 40 albums. His celebrated premiere performances have gained worldwide recognition, and have led to the works being adopted into the standard concert repertoire.
In 2005, Ingolf Turban founded the “I Virtuosi di Paganini” chamber orchestra. In 2006, after having taught at the University of Music and Performing Arts Stuttgart for eleven years, he accepted an invitation to take up a professorship at the University of Music and Theatre in Munich, Germany.
He has performed as a soloist in many renowned venues, as the Berlin Philharmonic, the Munich Philharmonic, the Kennedy Center in Washington, the Avery Fisher Hall in New York, the Tonhalle in Zürich, the Goldener Saal of the Wiener Musikverein in Vienna and La Scala in Milan.  He has worked with conductors such as Sergiu Celibidache, Charles Dutoit, Lorin Maazel, Zubin Mehta, Yehudi Menuhin, Jun Märkl and Marcello Viotti. Founder of the “I Virtuosi di Paganini” chamber orchestra and professor at the University of Music and Theatre in Munich, Germany.