Iason Keramidis is a highly talented young violinist – who’s performances are profoundly emotional and full of southern energy.
Grown up with his brothers in Greece, who are professional violinists as well, they practiced together and music became his daily companion from his childhood on.
Iason studied violin performance at the music academies of Karlsruhe and Stuttgart, with professors Ingolf Turban Ulf Hoelscher as well as chamber music with Prof. Michael Uhde & Markus Stange.
Since age 13 he has won prizes in numerous national and international competitions, such as the ART Violin Competition Thessaloniki and the competition of the International Music Festival Neustadt a.d. Weinstrasse.
He was a scholar at various foundations and plays a violin of Ferdinando Gagliano (1752) on loan from the State Collection Baden-Württemberg.
Iason Keramidis is engaged as a soloist, orchestral musician and chamber musician . As a soloist, he played with the Bulgarian Symphony Orchestra Sofia,…Read more