Mathis Rochat


Mathis Rochat

Swiss-french violist Mathis Rochat is quickly gaining attention as “one of the most upcoming and creative violists of his generation” (Klassik Radio). As a soloist, Mathis has appeared with the Geneva Chamber Orchestra, The Camerata Schweiz and the Norddeutsche Philharmonie. He is a passionate chamber musician and frequently performs across Europe in different ensembles. He also has appeared as a featured artist at the Schleswig Holstein, Tsinandali, Deauville, and Davos Festivals, as well as Kronberg’s CMCW and Krzyzowa Music programs. Rochat has collaborated in chamber music with Fazil Say, Pinchas Zuckermann, Augustin Dumay, Christian Tetzlaff and Lynn Harrel. Mathis studied as part of the young student program with Antoine Tamestit in Cologne and earned his bachelor’s degree from the Mendelssohn Bartholdy Hochschule Leipzig under the tutelage of Tatjana Masurenko. He is now an artist in residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel in Waterloo with Miguel Da Silva. He is a former Villa Musica fellow and plays a viola by Pierre Vidoudez from 1949.

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