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Bas Treub

Emerging Artist - Violin

Bas Treub is a Dutch violinist, born in The Hague in 1987. He studied with Peter Brunt and Philippe Graffin at the Royal Conservatories of The Hague and Brussels and graduated summa cum laude for his Master’s degree in 2013.

Bas presently holds the position of principal 2nd violin in the Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. Furthermore, he has been engaged as guest concertmaster of the Philharmonia Orchestra, the Arnhem Philharmonic Orchestra and the Orpheus Sinfonia. As principal second violin he has been invited as a guest with the Netherlands Philharmonic Orchestra, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Scottish Ensemble. Bas used to be a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra for many years and served as their concertmaster during his last two seasons.

A keen chamber and orchestral musician, he has performed at international festivals and venues like the BBC Proms, Aldeburgh Festival, Edinburgh Festival, World Expo in Shanghai, Kennedy Center in Washington, Konzerthaus Berlin and Concertgebouw Amsterdam. He enjoys playing music from all periods and in different settings.

Bas plays a violin made by Emile Germain in Paris in 1891, generously loaned to him by the Dutch National Instrument Foundation.