Professor of Cello at the Akademie für Tonkunst (Darmstadt) and at the Akademie für Musik (Berlin).
Romain Garioud is prize winner at such prestigious international competitions as Moscow’ s T chaikovsky (2001) and Paris’ Rostropovitch (2002), he is also a second prize winner at Chile’s Vina del Mar competition in 2002. In 2005, Romain Garioud wins the 1st Prize of Bucchi’s International cello Competition.
He graduated from Paris’ s Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique with a First Prize in both cello (1997) and chamber music (1998) and Konzertexam.
From 2021, he’s fouding member of the «TriOdyssey» with the violinist Laurent Albrecht Breuninger and the pianist Rinko Hama.
He played with such conductors as Christoph Eschenbach (Orchestre de Paris), Jean-Marc Burfin (Lisbon’s Metropolitan Orchestra), Stéphane Cardon or Volodymir Sirenko (Nat. of Ukraine) and with prestigious chamber music partners like Mstislav Rostropovitch, Menahem Presler, Gilles Apap, Philippe Entremont, Régis et Bruno Pasquier, Ulf Wallin…in the most famous concert halls, Musikverein and Konzerthaus Wien, Berlin Philharmonie. Several of his concerts were recorded by Radio France or Music Cable TV channel Mezzo.
He’s playing an exceptional Nicolai Gagliano’s cello from 1760, generously lent by Gabriele & Michael Andreae-Jäckering.