Always in quest of artistic creation, violinist Stéphane
Tran Ngoc has performed in over 30 countries, as a
soloist with orchestra, in recitals, or as a chamber
musician -in a string quartet or, today, as the
concerætaster of the Danish Chamber Players- in some
of the world's best concert halls. Following awards in
the Lipizer Competition, the Paganini Competition,
Aspen Music Festival, Artists International Auditions,
and the Long-Thibaud 1990 International Competition -
where he was awarded Grand Prix and Special Audience
Prize-, Stéphane Tran Ngoc has played in Carnegie Weill
Hall, Paris’ Salle Gaveau, Salle Pleyel, Théâtre des
Champs-Elysées, and Théâtre du Châtelet, Tokyo’s
Suntori Hall and Beijing’s National Concert Hall. He
has performed as a soloist with some of Europe’s finest
orchestras including the Radio-France Philharmonic, the
Monte-Carlo Philharmonic, the Paris Ensemble
Orchestra, the National Orchestra of Ile-de-France, and
in Japan with the Shinsei Symphony Orchestra.

Among his recordings are the world premiere of the
Serge Nigg Violin and Piano sonata (Grand Prix du
Disque), the 6 Ysaye sonatas, a CD dedicated to Ravel,
the Brahms Horn Trio, the Schumann sonatas, the Bach
sonatas and partitas, all welcomed by the critics:
«Stéphane Tran Ngoc plays with ease… he is a pure-
bred musician… his tone is extremely delicate… the
result is just sublime ». Mr. Tran Ngoc’s studies include
a degree from the Paris National Superior Conservatory
of Music, where he graduated with 1st prize in violin
and chamber music at the age of 15. He later came to the
United States on a Fulbright Fellowship to study with
Itzhak Perlman and later with Dorothy Delay at The
Juilliard School.

Passionate about teaching, Mr. Tran Ngoc  has taught
at the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique de
Lyon and the Lawrence University Conservatory of
Music before being appointed as head of strings at the
London College of Music. He is currently a violin
professor at the Pôle Sup 93 (Paris). He has been invited
to participate in many music festival and masterclass
courses and was a jury member in several international
competitions, including the Long-Thibaud competition.

Stéphane tran Ngoc plays on  a Francesco Gobetti violin
of 1709 -a great example of the Venitian violin making-
as well as on historical instruments. He is soloist in
residence with the HBSO in Vietnam since 2015 and the
French composer Suzanne Giraud has dedicated a violin
concerto to him in 2014, a work then recorded in 2015.
He is also one o the few performers on the baritone
violin since 2016, giving recitals on that instrument in
Europe, the USA and Asia.