Coaching

For thirty years, Eduard Wulfson has been known as an eminent professor helping to prepare new generation of the greatest soloists.

Among his achievements as pedagogue and mentor are Kristof Barati who is forging an international career at the highest level, especially known and appreciated for his large repertoire and extreme vertuosity.

Since 2015, he has been intensively working with Daniel Lozakovich, an extremely talented musician who is now confirmed as one of the most demanded international superstar soloist and who released his first sensational Bach recording with Deutsch Grammophon in June 2018. Daniel has just recorded his second CD with Deutsch Grammophon “Tchaïkovsky Album” and this wonderful interpretation will be released in October 2019.

Last but not least, Alexandra Conunova and Marc Buchkov work also intensively under the guidance of Eduard Wulfson since respectively from 2017 and 2018 and become among the most profile soloists in the world.

After an intensive work few years ago with Eduard Wulfson, Sacha Rojdestvenski, not only plays now in the major concert halls all around the world but is also a leading professor in the prestigious Geneva Conservatory.

Prof. Wulfson’s list of musicians whom he worked with, includes many who have won major awards in the most prestigious international competitions such as in Paris, Brussels, Moscow and Geneva…

“Eduard Wulfson is definitely the most knowledgeable, sophisticated and warm pedagogue of our times. His knowledge represents many important artists from the 20th century and his sophisticated methods sharing it makes him unique. I had the chance to develope my technique and repertoire for more than ten years and most of what I know on the violin comes from his art. I truly believe I am still improving my art in music thanks to the heritage Eduard represents.”

Kristof Barati, March 2019

“Professor Eduard Wulfson is my beloved great teacher as well as my mentor and friend since many years now.”

Daniel Lozakovich, January 2019

“Through his mentoring and continued support, Professor Eduard Wulfson has been instrumental over the last year in helping me hone my skills and develop my technical and artistic skills. I feel extremely grateful having the chance to receive, as a wonderful gift, and through his unique teaching method, the knowledge of Eduard Wulfson and so Maestros like Milstein, Menuhin or Szering whom he worked with.”

Alexandra Conunova, March 2019

“I am extremely proud to say that I am today under the musical guidance of Eduard Wulfson. 
If I could describe with words the qualities of his teaching, I would quote his incredible respect towards the violin history, the absolute knowledge of the music in its richest form, and the ability to listen to the personality and musicality in order to bring the best possible result out of it.
The impact of his work is immediate. With every cession with him the playing becomes more secure and wealthier. 
I have witnessed many approaches to music making and violin playing in the past years, but I can now easily say that I have now met the mentor that I always wanted to have. ”

Marc Buchkov, March 2019

Coaching

For thirty years, Eduard Wulfson has been known as an eminent professor helping to prepare new generation of the greatest soloists.

Among his achievements as pedagogue and mentor are Kristof Barati who is forging an international career at the highest level, especially known and appreciated for his large repertoire and extreme vertuosity.

Since 2015, he has been intensively working with Daniel Lozakovich, an extremely talented musician who is now confirmed as one of the most demanded international superstar soloist and who released his first sensational Bach recording with Deutsch Grammophon in June 2018. Daniel has just recorded his second CD with Deutsch Grammophon “Tchaïkovsky Album” and this wonderful interpretation will be released in October 2019.

Last but not least, Alexandra Conunova and Marc Buchkov work also intensively under the guidance of Eduard Wulfson since respectively from 2017 and 2018 and become among the most profile soloists in the world.

After an intensive work few years ago with Eduard Wulfson, Sacha Rojdestvenski, not only plays now in the major concert halls all around the world but is also a leading professor in the prestigious Geneva Conservatory.

Prof. Wulfson’s list of musicians whom he worked with, includes many who have won major awards in the most prestigious international competitions such as in Paris, Brussels, Moscow and Geneva…

“Eduard Wulfson is definitely the most knowledgeable, sophisticated and warm pedagogue of our times. His knowledge represents many important artists from the 20th century and his sophisticated methods sharing it makes him unique. I had the chance to develope my technique and repertoire for more than ten years and most of what I know on the violin comes from his art. I truly believe I am still improving my art in music thanks to the heritage Eduard represents.”

Kristof Barati, March 2019

“Professor Eduard Wulfson is my beloved great teacher as well as my mentor and friend since many years now.”

Daniel Lozakovich, January 2019

“Through his mentoring and continued support, Professor Eduard Wulfson has been instrumental over the last year in helping me hone my skills and develop my technical and artistic skills. I feel extremely grateful having the chance to receive, as a wonderful gift, and through his unique teaching method, the knowledge of Eduard Wulfson and so Maestros like Milstein, Menuhin or Szering whom he worked with. ”

Alexandra Conunova, March 2019

“I am extremely proud to say that I am today under the musical guidance of Eduard Wulfson. 
If I could describe with words the qualities of his teaching, I would quote his incredible respect towards the violin history, the absolute knowledge of the music in its richest form, and the ability to listen to the personality and musicality in order to bring the best possible result out of it.
The impact of his work is immediate. With every cession with him the playing becomes more secure and wealthier. 
I have witnessed many approaches to music making and violin playing in the past years, but I can now easily say that I have now met the mentor that I always wanted to have.”

Marc Buchkov, March 2019