Chouchane Siranossian is one of the leading virtuosos on the international baroque scene today, both as a soloist and alongside many prestigious orchestras. Her mastery of the instrument, nourished by her musical research and her exemplary experience, has made her a highly sought-after musician of marked individuality.
She studied the violin with Tibor Varga, Pavel Vernikov and Zakhar Bron, and studied early music with Reinhard Goebel. She participates in the creation of new works, collaborating with such composers as Daniel Schnyder, Marc-André Dalbavie, Michael Rosin, Bechara el-Khoury, Éric Tanguy, Benjamin Attahir and Thomas Demenga.
Chouchane Siranossian performs as a soloist on both modern andbBaroque violin, with partners including Kristian Bezuidenhout, Bertrand Chamayou, Andrea Marcon, Leonardo García Alarcón, Daniel Ottensamer, Thomas Demenga, Jos van Immerseel, Christophe Coin, Václav Luks, Andreas Spering, Rudolf Lutz, Alexis Kossenko, Thomas Hengelbrock and François-Xavier Roth. She is leader of the Esperanza Ensemble, founded in 2015, which won an Opus Classic Award in 2018.
Her recordings Time Reflexion, In Time, and l’Ange et le Diable received numerous prizes, including a ‘Diapason Découverte’ and two ICMA (International Classical Music Awards). Her latest solo recording was Tartini’s Concertos with Venice Baroque Orchestra and Andrea Marcon (‘Preis Der Deutschen Schallplatten Kritik’, 03/2020 and ICMA 2021). Her upcoming CD projects include the Violin Concertos by Andreas Romberg (Capriccio Baroque Orchestra), and l’Art du violon selon Johann Sebastian Bach with Leonardo García Alarcón. Chouchane Siranossian is an exclusive artist of Alpha Classics.
Chouchane plays on two violins made available by courtesy of Fabrice Girardin: a baroque violin by Giuseppe and Antonio Gagliano, and a violin by Domenico Montagnana, luthier in la Chaux-de-Fonds.