Stefan Tarara is renowned violin virtuoso from Germany. He made his stage debut at the age of 4. At the early age of 10, he already appeared as soloist with orchestra.

Stefan Tarara won 23 times 1st prizes in national and international violin competitions. Due to these exeptional successes, Stefan Tarara was awarded 2008 and 2010 being musician of the year of the Neue Musik Zeitung in Germany.

In July 2007 he was received with a storm of enthusiasm at his China-Debut in a sold-out performance in Beijing Concert Hall with the China National Symphony Orchestra under the chief-conductor En Shao. He interpreted, as the youngest soloist ever performing with this orchestra, Ludwig van Beethoven’s Violin Concerto op. 61 in D-Major.

Stefan Tarara has finished 2012 his “Master of Arts in Specialized Music Performance for Soloist” with the highest grade in the Music University Zurich by Prof. Zakhar Bron.

Stefan Tarara is since the 2010/11 season the 1. Concertmaster of the Mannheim Philharmonic Orchestra and since 2011 the 1. Concertmaster and Soloist of the Hulencourt Soloist Chamber Orchestra.

If the musical world is looking for a legitimate successor for virtuoso players like Salvatore Accardo and Rugiero Ricci – he could be the one.
Mannheimer Morgen

A miracle of technique and musicality.
Die Rheinpfalz

Stefan Tarara is playing on a violin manufactured by famous French luthier, Jean Baptiste Vuillaume (Paris circa 1855-1860).

Stefan Tarara has an extraordinary charm when performing on stage. His great vigor and joy of making music is overwhelming.  To be possibly closest to artist’s character and expression of his work, the site needed to be bright, clean and elegant with a lot of good energy. The artwork – shape of the violin used on this website is the shape of Stefan Tarara’s beautiful instrument.

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