Sarvin Hazin

Sarvin Hazin was born in 1990 in Tehran. She received her honor bachelor‘s degree in Music Performance from the University of Tehran in February 2013. In addition to her appearances as a solo violinist, she has collaborated with several Iranian Orchestras such as The Tehran Philharmonic Orchestra, and had a position in The Iranian National Orchestra. 

Sarvin moved to Vienna to study violin at The University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna under professor „Rainer Küchl“ and graduated with the best distinction in 2019. She has performed with various Orchestras such as Webern Symphony Orchestra(under great conductors including Zubin Mehta, Christoph Eschenbach, and Semyon Bychkov), Wien Sinfonietta and Webern Kammerphilharmonie. Her love of chamber music has led her to perform regularly with various ensembles in Austria. Currently, she is studying Postgraduate chamber music under professor „Johannes Meissl“ at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

In addition to playing the violin, Sarvin plays the Iranian string instrument kamanche, which has led her to perform Persian and Kurdish music as well as contemporary kamanche-compositions.