Elisabeth Weber is one of the most versatile violinists of her generation:

passionate chamber musician and soloist,

experienced concertmaster, distinguished pedagogue and, last but not least, 

enthusiastic specialist for historical performance practice.


She has been inspired by chamber music collaboration with musicians

such as Boris Pergamenschikow, Martin Helmchen,

Tabea Zimmermann, Martin Spangenberg or in a duo constellation with cymbalist Luigi Gaggero.

She is a member of the Orphelian Quartet, which is dedicated to string quartet literature on historical instruments.

Chamber music concerts have taken Elisabeth Weber to the

Wigmore Hall London, Gewandhaus Leipzig, Brigdewater Hall Manchester and Concertgebouw Amsterdam.


As a concertmaster of the Orchestre de Chambre de Lausanne,

Zurich Chamber Orchestra and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra,

Elisabeth Weber has worked with conductors such as Christian Zacharias, Claudio Abbado, András Schiff and Daniel Harding.


She also enthusiastically conducts chamber orchestra projects from the concertmaster's position.


The constant expansion of her repertoire,

her interest in contemporary music,

but also her passion for historical performance practice – inspired by specialists such as Frans Brüggen, Rachel Pdger and Jesper Christensen – enriches her musical perspectives.


Elisabeth Weber was born in Thuringia and attended the renowned

music high school "Schloss Belvedere" in Weimar from an early age.

She studied there and later in Berlin and London with

Jost Witter, Antje Weithaas and David Takeno.

As laureate of international competitions, including 

 „Joseph Szigeti“ in Budapest, „Louis Spohr“ in Freiburg or

„Max Rostal“  in Berlin and the German Music Competition 2001,

she has been a guest at numerous international festivals ever since and performs with orchestras such as the Symphony Orchestra of the Saarland and Hessian Radio, the Budapest State Orchestra, the Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin or the European Union Chamber Orchestra.

At the invitation of the Kobe City Chamber Orchestra, she gave

several concerts in Japan in 2019.


Elisabeth Weber has held a professorship for violin and chamber music at the Musikhochschule Lübeck since 2006 and regularly holds master classes.

Graduates of her class are now members of renowned orchestras such as the radio orchestras in Berlin and Cologne, the opera house in Munich, Helsinki and Barcelona or the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra.


Numerous radio and television recordings as well as

CDs released by Ars Musici and CAvi-Music

document Elisabeth Weber's extraordinary artistic diversity.