Christoph Croisé (1993*) is a cellist with international concert appearances. 

At the age of 17, he made his New York debut at Carnegie Hall, where he has performed on several occasions since.

He also appears regularly in further world-renowned concert halls including the Tonhalle Zurich, the Berliner Philharmonie, the Wigmore Hall London, the Vienna Konzerthaus, the Residenz Munich, the Capella St. Petersburg, the Philharmonia St. Petersburg and the State Philharmonia Baku. Several of his concerts have been broadcast live on radio and television by the Bavarian Radio, the Norddeutscher Rundfunk, RTS, RSI, SRF, WMFT and others. 

As a soloist, he has appeared under the batons of conductors such as M. Sanderling, M. Venzago, D. Boyd, L. Gendre, K. Griffiths, A. Guliyev, A. Ardal, M. Dones, G. Bria and D. Botinis with various orchestras including the Musikkollegium Winterthur, the St. Petersburg Symphony Orchestra, the Bern Symphony Orchestra, the State Symphony Orchestra Baku, Azerbaijan, Ther Camerata Switzerland, the Munich Radio Orchestra, the Camerata Zurich, the Southwest German Philharmonic Orchestra of Constance, the Sichuan Symphony Orchestra, the State Capella Symphony Orchestra St. Petersburg, Russia, the Collegium Musicum Basel, the Izmir State Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestre symphonique de Mulhouse, the Radio Symphony Orchestra Tirana, the Bavarian Philharmonic Chamber Orchestra, the Orquesta Sinfonica de Michoacan, the Harbin Symphony Orchestra and the Philharmonic Orchestra Budejovice.

Christoph Croisé is regularly invited to perform at prestigious festivals such as the Festival “Musical Olympus” in St. Petersburg, New York, and Baku, the Lucerne Festival, the Davos Festival “Young Artists in Concert”, the Menuhin Festival Gstaad, the Salzkammergut Festwochen Gmunden, the Schwarzwald Music Festival, the Festival de Sully, the Belfast International Arts Festival, the Emilia-Romagna Festival and the Festival de Musique de Wissembourg. As a chamber musician, he has performed with Dmitri Sitkovetsky, Mayuko Kamio, Alexander Zemtsov, Bartłomiej Nizioł, Sergey Ostrovsky, Oliver Schnyder, Oxana Shevchenko, Nikita Mndoyants, Lorenzo Soulès, and Alexander Panfilov.

He has been laureate of several first prizes at international competitions including the Schoenfeld International String Competition Harbin/China (2016), the "2nd Berliner International Music Competition 2018" (First Grand Prize), the Manhattan International Music Competition (2016), the International "Salieri-Zinetti" Competition in Verona/Italy (2016), the International Johannes Brahms Competition (2015), the International Competition “Ibla Grand Prize” in Sicily (2010), the International Competition “Petar Konjović” in Belgrad (2009), the Migros-Kulturprozent in Zurich (2015 and 2016), the International Carlos Prieto Competition Morelia/Mexico (3rd Prize, 2016) and the First Berliner International Music Competition (Golden Medal with honors, 2017) .

In 2017 Christoph Croisé was awarded the Swiss Ambassador's Award.

in 2018 Christoph Croisé was awarded the "Prix Jeune soliste 2019 des Médias francophone publics" 

His debut album with Oxana Shevchenko was released in May 2015 on Quartz Classics. In February 2017 his second album was released on Genuin Records containing Othmar Schoecks' cello concerto.

Christoph Croisé began playing the cello at the age of seven under the tutelage of Katharina Kühne. Since 2007, he has been studying with Alexander Neustroev and, as of 2013, with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt at the Berlin University of Arts. He has additionally benefited from major artistic advice from Steven Isserlis, Michael Sanderling, David Geringas, Walter Grimmer, and Frans Helmerson. Christoph Croisé plays on a Goffriller cello made in Venice in 1712. 


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