Swedish/Kurdish violinist Brusk Zanganeh leads an active performing career as soloist and chamber musician. Since making his concerto debut at age twelve, Brusk has performed as soloist throughout north/south America, the UK, Asia, Middle East and continental Europe. He also have a genuine interest in Kurdish music tradition/improvisation and has played with renowned musicians in this genre.
Brusk studied his master at Edsberg Music institute Stockholm with professor Per Enoksson and his Soloist Diploma at Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland with professor Rudolf Koelman.
Today Brusk is principle violinist in Ensemble NEO, Camerata Nordica, Zanganeh Quartet and Concertmaster in Chamber Orchester Norrbotten and Zurich ZHdK Strings. He is also guest teacher at Aram Tigran Konservatuar and assistant professor at Zurich University of the Arts in Switzerland for Prof. Rudolf Koelman.
Brusk plays on a G. Gagliano kindly on loan from the Järnåkerfonden.