Eduard Sonderegger was born in 1989 to a family of musicians in Russia. His professional training began at the Petrozavodsk State Glazunov Conservatory under Climenty Veksler. At the age of 18, he graduated to the Stuttgart State University of Music and Performing Arts under Christine Busch and later, Anke Dill. Eduard received chamber music lessons from Gerhard Schulz, Kirill Gerstein, Florian Wiek, and members of the Vogler-Quartett. He completed his education in 2018, achieving a distinction in his soloist concert exam at the ‘Rising Stars!’ festival.
While still a student in 2013, Eduard Sonderegger became the Ulm Philharmonic Orchestra Concertmaster. Alongside this role, he is a member of many ensembles and is actively involved with New Music and historically-informed performance practice. As a soloist, Eduard Sonderegger has performed in Germany, Switzerland, Russia, Italy, Finland, and France and has also played with the State Philharmonic of Rhineland Palatinate, Ulm Philharmonic Orchestra, Ensemble Arsys Bourgogne (Vézelay, France), Sinfonietta Lentua Orchestra (Kuhmo, Finland) and the philharmonic orchestras of Murmansk and Petrozavodsk in Russia. His repertoire includes violin concertos by Bach, Mozart, Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Tchaikovsky, Sibelius, Glazunov, Prokofiev, Hartmann and many more.
Eduard Sonderegger has played as a chamber-music partner with Anke Dill, Florian Wiek, Stefan Fehlandt and Conradin Brotbek.