Sophia Jaffé, raised in a musical family in Berlin, made her debut at the age of seven in the  Chamber Music Hall of the Berlin Philharmonie. Her career has been marked by significant  awards such as the Leopold Mozart Competition in 2003, the Concours de Genève in 2004,  and the Concours Reine Elisabeth in 2005. She has performed with leading orchestras including the RSB and DSO Berlin, Konzerthausorchester Berlin, and many other  international ensembles, under conductors like Marek Janowski and Sir Mark Elder. Jaffé is a  regular at prestigious festivals and boasts a diverse repertoire encompassing both standard  and contemporary works, as well as rediscovered compositions. 

Her discography includes an album featuring John Casken’s violin concerto and a debut CD  with chamber music works, in collaboration with Björn Lehmann. In 2023, a CD featuring  Brahms Sonatas and Clara Schumann’s Romances will be released. Since 2011, she has been  a professor at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst in Frankfurt am Main. She  received her training from Herman Krebbers in Amsterdam and Stephan Picard at the  Hochschule für Musik “Hanns Eisler” Berlin. Future projects include sonata evenings with  renowned pianists and participation in festivals such as Allegro Vivo in Austria and the  International Mendelssohn Festival in Hamburg.