Martijn Vink has established an unusually varied career as soloist, chamber musician, teacher and most recently as a conductor.
He has focused on chamber music in all its forms since 1993. He has ongoing commitments to the ensembles Oxalys and Het Collectief, with whom he was awarded the Klara prize ‘Musician of the Year 2011′.
He has played with various groups in the major concert halls all over the world and has made regular guest appearances at many chamber music festivals.
Martijn has given performances of the cello concertos of Saint Saens, Lalo, Martinu, Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky, Haydn, Martinu , Dvorak and CPE Bach with various orchestras in Europe under conductors such as Hans Vonk, Ivo Venkov and Wiktor Lieberman.
He is an open-minded musician in demand and his repertoire stretches from early medieval to contemporary music.
In addition to his musical training he studied psychology at Utrecht University, where he graduated in 1993.
Martijn is founding member of the Taurus Quartet in 2012.