Born in 1994 to the family of professional musicians, Marina Grauman began her violin studies at the age of 5. In 2012 she graduated with honors from the Special Music College of the St.Petersburg Conservatoire (Prof. Shalman) and received her Bachelor, Master and Konzertexamen diploma, all with honors, at Hochschule für Musik Hans Eisler Berlin under Prof. Ulf Wallin.


After being a Karajan-Academy member of the Berliner Philharmoniker 2018/2019 she is now holding the 1. concertmaster position of the Deutsche Symphonie-Orchester Berlin (DSO Berlin) from 2019 on. Further expiriences as guest concertmaster include many orchestras such as Konzerthausorchester Berlin, Staatskapelle Dresden and NDR Hannover or chamber orchestra formations as the Boulez Ensemble. She also had led unconducted projects at the Kammerakademie Potsdam and the DSO.

As a member of the Trio Marvin (piano trio) she is a prizewinner of the ARD Competition in Munich (3. Prize) and the Melbourne International Chamber Music Competition (1. Prize and Grand Prize).

She also holds a DAAD-Prize 2015, which is awarded to international students who have distinguished themselves through outstanding achievements.

She performed all over the world as a soloist with an orchestra (Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra, Munich Chamber orchestra, Berliner Camerata, St.Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra, Slovak Sinfonietta etc.) and as a member of various chamber ensembles.


During her studies Marina Grauman won respectively TONALi 2014, Hans and Stefan Bernbeck Stiftung (Frankfurt) and Lucia Löser Kulturfond (Berlin) scholarships.

The concerts were broadcasted on ARTE, Deutschlandfunk Kultur, BR, SWR, SR, ORF und Fine Music Radio Capetown and others.

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