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Tassilo Probst

Tassilo Probst was born in Munich in 2002. At the age of twelve he passed the entrance examination at the University of Music and Theater in Munich, where he is taught on the violin by Prof. Ingolf Turban. He is also a private student of David Frühwirth. 

He is a scholarship holder of the International Music Academy in Liechtenstein and takes part in the intensive weeks there. 

Tassilo is a national four-time 1st prize winner at “Jugend Musiziert” as well as a prize winner at well-known international competitions. He won the 1st prize at the “Rubinstein Competition” and the 2nd prize at the “International Lipinski and Wieniawski Competition for Young Violinists” in Poland. In 2019, as the youngest participant in his age group, he won the 2nd prize at the “International Louis Spohr Competition” in Weimar as well as the audience prize and the 2nd prize at the “August Everding Music Competition” in Munich. He was also awarded the Bruno Frey Music Prize in 2019. 

At the age of 14, Tassilo made his concert debut as a soloist with Glasunov's Violin Concerto and the Bad Reichenhaller Philharmonic. At the age of 16, he played Tchaikovsky's violin concerto in the Herkulessaal of the Munich Residence and in the series “Young Stars in Fürstenfeld” with the New Munich Philharmonic. Since then he has been a sought-after soloist at home and abroad. In Germany he played as a soloist with the Südwestdeutsche Philharmonie, the Jena Philharmonic, the Philharmonic Orchestra of the City of Trier, the Bad Reichenhall Philharmonic, the Bach Collegium Munich, the Göttingen Symphony Orchestra and the Bavarian Philharmonic. 

In September 2019 Daniel Hope spontaneously invited him to the Konzerthaus Berlin for the Berlin salon "Hope @ 9pm Music and Talk" as a young artist. He was also a guest at BR Klassik and various festivals such as the Darmstadt Residenz Festival, the Mieczyslaw Weinberg Festival and Stars & Rising Stars in Munich. 

Tassilo received his scholarship through a Gerd Bucerius scholarship at the Zakhar Bron Academy in Interlaken, Switzerland. 

At the 25th competition of the German Musical Instrument Fund 2017 he won Giovanni Grancino's violin (Milan 1690) on loan from the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben. 

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