Veronika Eberle

Veronika Eberle’s exceptional talent and the poise and maturity of her musicianship have been recognised by many of the world’s finest orchestras, venues and festivals, as well as by some of the most eminent conductors. Sir Simon Rattle’s introduction of Veronika aged just 16 to a packed Salzburg Festpielhaus at the 2006 Salzburg Easter Festival in a performance of the Beethoven concerto with the Berliner Philharmoniker, brought her to international attention.

Key orchestra collaborations since then include the London Symphony, Concertgebouw, New York Philharmonic, Montreal Symphony, Munich Philharmonic and Gewandhaus Orchestras, Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester Berlin, Hessischer Rundfunk Sinfonieorchester, Bamberger Symphoniker, Tonhalle Orchester Zurich, NHK Symphony, Bayerischer Rundfunk Munich and Rotterdam Philharmonic.

Recent concerto highlights include the Klassik am Odeonsplatz with Simon Rattle and the Bayerischer Rundfunk Munich as well as debuts with Philadelphia, San Francisco Symphony and Philharmonia Orchestras and Chamber Orchestra of Europe, Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra, Luxembourg Philharmonic and Orchestre National de Lille. Veronika also toured Australia making debut performances with the Auckland Philharmonia, Tasmani Symphony and West Australian Symphony Orchestras as well as with the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.

In the 22/23 season, highlights include the Swedish Radio Symphony (Harding), Netherlands Chamber Orchestra (Minasi), London Symphony Orchestra (Rattle, Hannigan), Budapest Festival Orchestra (Fischer), Gürzenich-Orchester Köln (Mallwitz), Orchestre National de Lille (Bloch), DSO Berlin (Ticciati) and performances with Chamber Orchestra of Europe in Berlin and Eisenstadt. Chamber music projects include performances at the Gstaad Menuhin Festival with Sol Gabetta and Antoine Tamestit and Schubertiade with Steven Isserlis and Connie Shih amongst others. Veronika has enjoyed collaborations with conductors such as Sir Simon Rattle, Bernard Haitink, Daniel Harding, Christian Thielemann, Yannick Nézet-Séguin, Kent Nagano, Lorenzo Viotti, Louis Langrée, Robin Ticciati, Paavo Järvi, Alan Gilbert, Ivan Fischer, Heinz Holliger and Sir Roger Norrington.

Born in Donauwörth Southern Germany, she started violin lessons at the age of six and four years later became a junior student at the Richard Strauss Konservatorium in Munich with Olga Voitova. After studying privately with Christoph Poppen for a year, she joined the Hochschule in Munich, where she studied with Ana Chumachenco 2001-2012.

Veronika has benefited from the support of a number of prestigious organisations, including the Nippon Foundation, the Borletti-Buitoni Trust (Fellowship in 2008), the Orpheum Stiftung zur Förderung Junger Solisten (Zurich), the Deutsche Stiftung Musikleben (Hamburg) and the Jürgen-Ponto Stiftung (Frankfurt). She was a BBC Radio 3 New Generation Artist 2011-2013 and was a Dortmund Konzerthaus ‘Junge Wilde’ artist 2010-2012.

Veronika Eberle plays on a violin made by the Italian violin maker Antonio Giacomo Stradivari in 1693, which was made available to her on generous loan by the Reinhold Würth Musikstiftung gGmbH.


© Photo by Felix Broede