Emre Engin, born in Turkey, finished his bachelor of music studies with a “First Class” diploma at the Royal College of Music, where he studied with Prof. Itzhak Rashkovsky and was kindly supported by the Yehudi Menuhin Award, Talent Unlimited Foundation, and the CEV Outstanding Talents Project. Emre completed his master’s degree at Manhattan School of Music in world-renowned Maestro Pinchas Zukerman's violin class, where he was on a full scholarship and earned many major solo and chamber awards.
Emre is a proud holder of many awards and prizes such as the 'Yehudi Menuhin Award' given by Royal College of Music, London, "Young Soloist of the Year" award by the Istanbul International Music Festival, Grand Prix at the International Presidential Violin Competition, Ankara. the N. Eczacibasi Classical Music Career Grant and 'Best Emerging Artist Award' by Donizetti Classical Music Awards.
Young violinist is continuing his doctoral studies at the Stony Brook University School of Music, and pursuing his solo and chamber music career both in the United States and Europe.