• Ieva Saliete
  • Meret Lüthi
  • Gerd Bachmann
  • Sabine Stoffer
  • Germán Echeverri
  • Stéphanie Erös
  • Charlie Fischer
  • Gustav Friedrichson
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  • Lucia Giraudo
  • Gabriele Gombi
  • Daniela Helm
  • Matthias Jäggi
  • Oriana Kriszten
  • Benoît Laurent
  • Linda Mantcheva
  • Anne Parisot
  • Love Persson
  • Rebecca Rosen
  • Thomas Steinbrucker
  • Martin Sillaber
  • Sonoko Asabuki
  • Rebekka Brunner
  • Joan Calabuig
  • Michele Fattori
  • Vincent Flückiger
  • Alexandre Foster
  • Christian Holenstein
  • Alvaro Iborra Jimenéz
  • Jonas Krebs
  • Shai Kribus
  • Javier Lopez Sanz
  • Rachel Stroud
  • Julian Behr
  • Denis Dafflon
  • Emma van Schoonhoven
  • Margit Übellacker
  • Matthias Müller
  • Shizuko Noiri
Oriana Kriszten

Oriana KrisztenViolin

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Swiss violinist Oriana Kriszten studied in Winterthur and at the Guildhall in London. Highlights were chamber music coachings with members of the Takacs, Belcea and Heine Quartets and an internship with the London Symphony Orchestra, during which she also got to perform as a soloist at the Barbican Hall.

During the following years she toured the world with the LSO under the baton of  great conductors such as Valery Gergiev, Sir Colin Davis, Sir Simon Rattle and Bernard Haitink.

Oriana Kriszten has played with the chamber orchestra bandArt (Spain, led by Gordan Nikolic), the Opera Les Arts in Valencia, the Basque National Orchestra and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra.

She took baroque violin lessons with Monika Bär and Oliver Webber and is a founding member of Anima Mea Ostschweiz, an ensemble which centers around trumpet player Ute Hartwich.

Oriana has been playing as often as possible with Les Passions de l’Âme. 2016 she became a member of Sinfonieorchester St. Gallen.