What do you do before a performance?
What is your most memorable moment with the orchestra?
The final concert of our Beethoven Journey with Leif Ove Andsnes at the BBC Proms in 2015.
What do you need to feel at home whilst on tour?
A good jogging route, good food… and sleep.
What is the best thing about being a musician?
Being on stage with colleagues and friends and being in touch with audiences. This sometimes brings about very intimate moments.
Stephanie Baubin, born in Salzburg in 1983, received her first violin lessons from Michael Seywald and started her studies at Mozarteum Salzburg with Jürge Geise from 1997 on. Additionally she was a passionate pianist and violist during this period in her life.
In 2004, she moved to Vienna to study with Günter Pichler and Ernst Kovacic and graduated there with distinction in 2011. Hiro Kurosaki provided her with inspiring insights in playing the baroque violin.
In 2013, Stephanie started playing with the Mahler Chamber Orchestra and will be Associate Member there in season 2019/20.
Her membership in Camerata Salzburg and other activities as a guest in Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Wiener Symphoniker will still be a part of her musical life during this time.
As guest concertmaster, Stephanie has performed with Brandenburger Symphoniker, Academia Allegro Vivo, Webern Symphonieorchester, ESTA-Kammerorchester and Ensemble CIS.
As an avid chamber musician and soloist, Stephanie has played at venues such as Wiener Konzerthaus, Musikverein Wien, Mozarteum Salzburg, and Brucknerhaus Linz.