Cecilia Ferron

Cecilia Ferron is an Italian violinist. Began playing the violin at the age of ten at the Giuseppe Verdi Conservatory in Milan. She continued her artistic development with Fabrizio Pavone at the Conservatoire de la Vallée d’Aoste and then in Germany, in Hamburg, where she completed her master’s degree with top marks.

In addition to her studies, Cecilia Ferron received important musical impulses from Fabrizio Pavone, Mark Gothoni and Natalia Prishepenko. In Berlin she works with A. Frolov, Chestiglazov (St. Petersburg Philharmonic), Yoshiaki Shibata and Alina Pogostkina (soloist and winner of the Sibelius Competition 2005, Helsinki).

She appears both as a soloist and with chamber music and orchestral groups. She currently plays regularly as an assistant with the orchestra of the Komische Oper, the Brandenburg Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Symphony Orchestra, the Berlin Chamber Orchestra, the Babelsberg Film Orchestra, the Berliner Camerata, and the Neue Philharmonie Berlin.

Since December 2017, Cecilia has a temporary contract as "solo violin" in the orchestra of the Theater des Westens.

As first violin of the Berliner Symphoniker und Kammerorchester Berlin, participates in tournée in Italy, Germany, Austria, Turkey, Russia, Korea, France, Poland, Japan, Finland, China, Chile. She regularly plays chamber music in various formations: string quartet, trio and duo.

She currently teaches violin at the Berlin Metropolitan School and the Kastelic Music Academy in Berlin.

About Teaching

What our students say?

Concrete solutions to problems

“Cecilia is an excellent teacher, strict and understanding, she has a special gift for listening and is very ingenious. She works equally on technique and musicality, proposes concrete solutions to problems and devotes much attention to playing together.”


Really delighted

“For 2 years Cecilia Ferron teaches violin to our daughter Alma and we are really delighted. The enthusiasm and the joy of playing of our daughter has developed extremely strong. Cecilia keeps Alma's curiosity, promoting her musicality and making her a self-confident eleven-years-old musician.”