“X-Factor” headlined a review in Süddeutsche Zeitung, after a solo concert in Munich played by Daniel Röhn, while The Strad (London) stated “he is a sensational player”. Widely acclaimed as one of the outstanding violinists today, Daniel Röhn comes from a remarkable lineage of violinists: both his grandfather Erich Röhn and his father Andreas Röhn played an active part in shaping the unique German orchestral landscape as renowned concertmasters of the Berlin Philharmonic’s Furtwängler era, and the postwar Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

Although he has earned praise from critics and audiences worldwide for his evocation of the violin’s ‘golden age’ of by-gone times, Röhn is far from stuck in the past, but has further reinvented himself during the pandemic, drawing on the traditions of the old masters, while embracing the challenges and opportunities of the present. Finally he is living out his comedic talent on stage, and thus his new project “Daniel Röhn Alone - Tales of the Solo Violin” has established itself as a popular show, in which he embodies the roles of concert violinist, narrating entertainer (so far in five languages), and at times even pianist. The accompanying album to this project will be released soon.

As soloist Röhn has appeared with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Sydney Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Stockholm Philharmonic Orchestra, Sinfonia Rotterdam, Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, Deutsches Kammerorchester Berlin, Malmö Symphony Orchestra, the Württemberg Chamber Orchestra Heilbronn, Cape Town Philharmonic, Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Armenian State Symphony Orchestra, Georgian Chamber Orchestra, the Symphony Orchestra of the Balearic Islands, Bogota Philharmonic Orchestra, and the  Bavarian Radio Symphony Orchestra.

He played at Carnegie Hall New York, Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Wigmore Hall and Southbank Center London, Vienna Konzerthaus, Megaron Athens, Konserthuset Stockholm, Bozart Brussels, Festspielhaus Baden-Baden, Town Hall Sydney, and at all major venues in his native Germany, with conductors such as Riccardo Muti, Gustavo Dudamel, Lorin Maazel, Michal Nesterowicz, Hannu Lintu, Markus Poschner, and Simone Young.

He repeatedly followed invitations to the Rheingau Festival, Festspiele Mecklenburg-Vorpommern, Lucerne Festival, Montpellier Radio-France Festival, Deauville Festival. Chhamber music partners include Augustin Hadelich, Julia Fischer, Vilde Frang, Nils Mönkemeyer, Antoin Tamestit, Gautier Capuçon, Julian Steckel, Daniel Blendulf, Alexander Chaushian, Rohan de Silva, Bertrand Chamayou, Lisa Batiashvili, Milana Chernyavska, Paul Rivinius, Polina Leschenko, Simon Tedeschi, Jörg Widmann, Ivry Gitlis, Quatuor Ebène and the Belcea Quartet.

His award-winning discography includes not only standard repertoire, but projects such as “The Kreisler Story”, a  celebration of one of the violin’s most treasured virtuosos Fritz Kreisler, and “The Golden Violin - Music of the 20's,” Röhn’s personal homage to the culturally unparalleled period between the two world wars, which premiered at the Elbphilharmonie in Hamburg. His next album “Songs my mother taught me” has just been recorded.

After receiving early musical training from his father, Röhn studied under Ana Chumachenco at the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts.