Eduard Sonderegger was born in Russia in 1989 into a family of musicians. His professional training began at the Glazunov State Conservatory in Petrozavodsk, before continuing in Germany. At the age of 18, he graduated from the Musikhochschule in Stuttgart, where he studied violin with Christine Busch and Anke Dill, and chamber music with Gerhard Schulz, Kirill Gerstein, Florian Wiek and members of the renowned Vogler Quartet.He won a distinction in his final exam at the Rising Stars! festival in 2018.
Still a student in 2013, Eduard Sonderegger became concertmaster of the Ulm Philharmonic Orchestra. Alongside this role, he was a member of numerous ensembles and was actively involved in contemporary music and historical performance practice.
As a soloist, Eduard Sonderegger has performed in Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Italy, Greece, Finland and France, and has also played with the Westphalian State Philharmonic Orchestra, with the Ulm Philharmonic Orchestra, with the Ensemble Arsys Bourgogne (Vézelay, France), with the Lentua Sinfonietta Orchestra (Kuhmo, Finland) and with the Murmansk and Petrozavodsk Philharmonic Orchestras in Russia.
His extensive repertoire includes violin concertos by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Glazunov, Prokofiev, Hartmann and many others.
He has happily shared chamber music desks with German and French artists such as Anke Dill, Florian Wiek, Stefan Fehlandt, Tristan Cornut and Conradin Brotbek.
Eduard Sonderegger currently teaches violin at the Munich Musikhochschule and the Stuttgart Musikhochschule.