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Jun Keller was born in Stuttgart in 1973 and began his violin studies at the age of six with Petru Munteanu in Lübeck. After having won the German competition "Landeswettbewerb Jugend musiziert" in 1986 he continued his studies at the Vienna Music Academy under Gerhart Hetzel where he completed his diploma in 1993.
He participated in master classes with Zakhar Bron, Dorothy DeLay, Ştefan Gheorghiu, Ivry Gitlis, George Manoliu, Igor Oistrach, Igor Ozim and Dénes Zsigmondy whilst intensively pursuing his interest in chamber music under the tutelage of Franz Bayer, the Bartók Quartet, Thomas Kakuska (Alban Berg Quartet), Peter Matzka (Vienna String Sextet), Johannes Meissl (Artis Quartet) and Christoph Poppen (Cherubini Quartet).
In 1990 he received the first prize on the occasion of the TV Gala of the Austrian Jeunesses Musicales. He became a member of the Hugo Wolf String Quartet in 1992 and for four years was a member of the Ensemble Vienna Concertino as well. In 1995 he completed his studies at the Academy of Music Hanns Eisler in Berlin and became a member of the Munich Chamber Orchestra for one year.
He joined the Vienna State Opera Orchestra in 2000, was a member of the Wiener Virtuosen as well as the Steude Quartet from 2000 to 2004 and advanced within the Vienna Philharmonic to become section leader of the first violins in 2002.