Ekaterina Frolova



Born in St. Petersburg. Studied with Michael Frischenschlager at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Vienna and Pavel Vernikov at the Conservatory of the City of Vienna. Master classes with Zakhar Bron, Igor Oistrach, and others. Awarded prizes at the Louis Spohr Competition in Weimar (1998), the Premium Yuri Temirkanov in St. Petersburg (1999), the Tchaikovsky Competition in Moscow (2002), and the Fritz Kreisler Competition in Vienna. Has performed with orchestras in China, Russia, Germany, Finland, Slovenia, and Switzerland. Invited to perform at the Kissinger Summer, the Gergiev Festival in Rotterdam, and the International Orpheum Music Festival in Zurich. Regularly performs chamber concerts with the pianist Vesselin Stanev. Member of the Vienna State Opera Orchestra since the fall of 2015. Ekaterina Frolova plays an instrument built by Nicola Gagliano in 1755.

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