The 19-year-old Japanese violinist Rino Yoshimoto has captivated audiences all over the world. In 2019 she made solo debuts at Carnegie Hall and the Wiener Konzerthaus. She has an extensive repertoire and has performed with orchestras in Japan, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, the USA and Italy.
In 2021 she made solo debuts at the Konzerthaus with the Wiener KammerOrchester.
Rino Yoshimoto is currently a student of Prof. Michael Frischenschlager at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and Prof. Augustin Dumay at the Queen Elizabeth Music Chapel.
Known for her phenomenal musicality, Rino Yoshimoto is a laureate of numerous international violin competitions, including the Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition 2018, the International Johannes Brahms Competition 2017-19.
She was selected as a scholarship holder of the Rohm Music Foundation 2020/2021 (Japan). She also received a scholarship from Mr. Heinz Schinner in Vienna.
Rino Yoshimoto plays a violin by Giuseppe Guarneri, built in Italy in 1697, and with a bow made by Eugène Sartory in France, both courtesy of the Boubo-Music Foundation in Switzerland.
On a recent tour of Spain with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, she was able to celebrate an overwhelming success.
20-year-old Japanese violinist Rino Yoshimoto captivates audiences around the world. In 2019 she made her solo debuts at the Carnegie Hall New York and at the Wiener Konzerthaus. and performed with orchestras in Japan, Austria, Bulgaria, Greece, the USA, and Italy.
In 2021 she performed in the Konzerthaus with the Vienna Chamber Orchestra, which invited her as soloist of a tour of Spain in 2022. In she same year, she made her debut at the Golden Hall of the Musikverein in Vienna with the Vienna Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Rino Yoshimoto is currently a student of Prof. Michael Frischenschlager and Prof. Augustin Dumay.
Due to her phenomenal musicianship, Rino Yoshimoto is a prize winner of numerous international violin competitions. Amongst which are the 16th Padova International Music Competition “Premio Citta Di Padova”, the Fritz Kreisler International Violin Competition 2022, and the 2020 Shanghai Isaac Stern international violin competition.
She is currently a substitute member of the Vienna Staatsoper Orchestra.
She was one of the 2020/2021 Rohm Music Foundation scholarship recipients (Japan).
Presently, she recieves a scholarship from Mr. Heinz Schinner in Vienna.
She plays on a Stradivarius «Muntz», made in 1736 loaned to her by the Nippon Music Foundation.