Rino Yoshimoto, violin

Japanese violinist Rino Yoshimoto has captivated audiences the world over.

In 2019, she made her solo debut at Carnegie Hall and the Wiener Konzerthaus. Mastering a vast repertoire, she has performed with orchestras in Japan, China, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, the United States and Italy.

In 2021, she makes her solo debut at the Konzerthaus with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra. A year later, she made a successful tour of Spain with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra as soloist. In the same year, 2022, she made her debut in the golden hall of the Vienna Musikverein with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Ms Yoshimoto is currently a student of Professor Michael Frischenschlager at the Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts and of Professor Augustin Dumay at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel.

Noted for her phenomenal musicality, Ms Yoshimoto is a prizewinner in numerous international violin competitions: the Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition in 2022, the Isaac Stern International Violin Competition in Shanghai in 2020, the International Johannes Brahms Competition 2017-19 and the 16th Padua International Music Competition “Premio Città Di Padova” in 2018.

One of the 6 finalists at the Shanghai International Violin Competition, she was a scholarship student at the Rohm Music Foundation in Japan from 2020 to 2021.

Rino Yoshimoto plays the “Muntz” Stradivarius (1736) on loan from the Nippon Music Foundation.

Rino has been granted a scholarship by an anonymous donor.