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First Violin

Hubert Kroisamer
Josef Hell
Jun Keller
Daniel Froschauer
Maxim Brilinsky
Erich Schagerl
Martin Kubik
Milan Šetena
Martin Zalodek
Kirill Kobantschenko
Wilfried Hedenborg
Johannes Tomböck
Pavel Kuzmichev
Isabelle Ballot
Andreas Großbauer
Olesya Kurylyak
Thomas Küblböck
Alina Pinchas
Alexandr Sorokow *
Petra Kovačič *
Ekaterina Frolova *

Daniel Froschauer

First Violin

Place of Birth: Wien
Membership in the Vienna State Opera Orchestra: 1995
Membership in the Association of the Vienna Philharmonic: 1998
Membership in the Hofmusikkapelle: 2005

The violinist Daniel Froschauer, who was born in Vienna, Austria, attended the Julliard School of Music in New York where he was a student of Dorothy DeLay and Masao Kawasaki. He completed his studies with Pinchas Zuckerman and with Professor Alfred Staar and Professor Alfred Altenburger in Vienna. In 1990, he received the Young Artist Award from Musical America in New York and was a prize winner of the Concours International Pierre Lantier in Paris in 1997.

Daniel Froschauer has appeared as a soloist with the Mozarteum Orchestra Salzburg, the Japan Philharmonic, the West German Radio Orchestra, the New York Symphonic Ensemble, the Northwest German Phlharmonie, the Reno Philharmonic and the New York Virtuosi Strings Chamber Orchestra.

In 1993, he made his recital debut in the Brahmssaal of the Vienna Musikverein. Since 1998, he has been a first violinist in the Vienna Philharmonic as well as in the Vienna State Opera Orchestra, and since 2004 he has held the position of section leader. 

Daniel Froschauer performs on the violin „Ex Benvenuti, ex Halphen“ by Antonio Stradivari from 1727, loaned by the Angelika Prokopp-Stiftung.

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