Maria Azova


"Highest perfection and an extremely soulful violin timbre“

that‘s what the German newspaper „Badische Neueste Nachrichten“ wrote in praise of the young violinist Maria Azova.


She was born in Tashkent, and grew up in a very musical household. Her mother, a violin teacher, introduced her to the wonderful instrument at the age of five and when Maria made her first public appearance and felt the recognition of the audience, she decided to become a musician.
Maria Azova has expanded her artistic activities to various musical areas. She appears as a soloist with many renowned orchestras, including the Museumsorchester Frankfurt, Baden-Baden Philharmonic Orchestra, the Orquesta Sinfónica del Estado de México, Thüringen Philharmonie Gotha amongst many others. 
She played with conductors such as Hans Drewanz, Paolo Carignani, Michel Tilkin and Pavel Baleff.

Maria Azova, who was called "a very promising young talent on the violin" by the german newspaper "Frankfurter Rundschau" successfully appears with her piano partner Adi Bar, plays as a concertmaster of Münchner Symphoniker and of Münchner Rundfunkorchester. 
Maria Azova studied with Josef Rissin, Nathan Mendelssohn and Walter Forchert.
The young violonist‘s artistic career was supported by scholarships and grants, coming from the Yehudi Menuhin Foundation, LiveMusicNow, the Mayor of the city of Baden-Baden, the Da Ponte Foundation in Darmstadt and the support group of the Academy for Music in Karlsruhe, Germany.
Furthermore, Maria won several competitions, including a first prize at the  Alois Kottmann Competition in Frankfurt, a bronze medal at the Henryk Szeryng Competition in Mexico, a second prize at the Michelangelo Abbado Competition in Milano. She was also awarded with the "Ruth Flesch Memorial Prize" in Baden-Baden, Germany.