Eva-Maria Vishi was born in 1985 in Weingarten, Germany, and started violin lessons
at the age of 4 with Prof. Elstein in Oldenburg. Between 1998 and 1999
she was taught by Prof. Hoffmann in Freiburg and studied then in Florence
under the supervision of Prof. Miguel Negri. She continued her studies
in Freiburg with Prof. N. Chumachenco. Between 2002 and 2004 Vishi was
a pupil of Prof. Rissin at the Academy for Music in Karlruhe.
Eva-Maria Vischi took part in
the competition Jungend musiziert as soloist and chamber
musician several times and received first prize. Since
1997 she has appeared as a soloist with various orchestras
and also in duets with piano or harp.
She has been on concert tours
to Belgium, Spain and New Zealand with the Negri Violin
School and has also performed for radio and TV, including
RAI-UNO in Italy, TV Gandia in Spain and WTV in Belgium.
has been supported by both the Bruno Frey Foundation
and the German
Foundation of Music Life. In September 2003 she won
the international Königin-Sophie-Charlotte Competition, for
which she received the Giovanni Gabrielli violin
from 1761 as a loan from the Maggini Foundation.
Vishi enchants her
audience not only in her excellence and brilliance
in playing but also in her stunning appearance and
charisma. This combination of musical talent and appearance
receives great sympathy from the press.