Miles Marsollek (born October 2015) began violin lessons at the age of three with Mika Yonezawa, the deputy concertmaster of the Komische Oper in Berlin.
After four months of lessons he had his first audition, and after another two months he played his first small concert. Since then, around 25 other public appearances have followed. In September 2021 he performed at a concert for young musicians in the Berlin State Opera.
Miles has already composed two pieces for violin and has been participating in national and international music competitions for several months.
In 2021 and 2022 he has already won 40 international music awards, including 16 1st prizes as well as two special prizes for “Best Performance” and “Excellent Interpretation”.
In Germany he also won 1st prize as a soloist at the Carl Schroeder Competition (distinction with outstanding success) and a 1st prize with distinction at the Hamburger Instrumental Competition. In addition he won a 1st prize in a duo with his brother and a 1st prize with highest score and a special prize as a soloist at “Youth makes Music”, the most important music competition in Germany.
Miles has already played in concerts at Berlin State Opera, at Teatro Studio, Parco della Musica in Rome, at Glass Hall, Musikverein in Vienna, at Elgar Room, Royal Albert Hall in London and at Kleine Zaal, Concertgebouw in Amsterdam.
In September 2022 he performed again at a concert for young musicians in the Berlin State Opera.
You can find Miles’s 2021 Romantic Music Competition Violin performance here.
You can find Miles’s 2022 Romantic Music Competition violin performance here.