Maximilian Berger is a violinist from Straubing, Germany, who is known for his work as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestra musician.
He started picking up the violin at the age of 6. Influenced by his teacher, Gerold Huber, and his school, the "Anton-Bruckner-Gymnasium" in Straubing, he studied violin with Prof. Conrad von der Goltz as part of the precollege programme at the HfKM Regensburg from 2016 up until 2019.
Maximilian Berger studied violin with Prof. Gottfried von der Goltz at the Hochschule für Musik Freiburg. He took part in Masterclasses with violinists like Julia Schröder, Ingolf Turban and Benjamin Schmid. Furthermore, his involvement in orchestra projects led to concerts in europe as well as the USA. For example, as part of "Weltweite Klänge 2015", a music project by the Jesuit Mission, he went to play many concerts in Germany, Austria and Switzerland with musicians from all over the world. Since 2022 he is concert master of the "Niederbayerisches Kammerorchester".
In 2020 he was the awarded the Kulturförderpreis of his hometown Straubing.