Sylvia Eisermann was born in Munich and received her musical training at the Mannheim Music Academy (Musikhochschule), where she was a student of Wanda Wilkomirska, the famous Polish violin virtuoso. After being awarded her diploma with the highest marks she continued her studies with Lewis Kaplan in New York. She spent six years as a member of the Munich Radio Orchestra and then in 2004 joined the Bavarian State Orchestra, the orchestra of the acclaimed Bavarian State Opera.
Sylvia has worked with celebrated conductors such as Zubin Mehta, Kurt Masur, Kirill Petrenko, Kent Nagano and Gustavo Dudamel and has toured a number of places including Japan, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, India and Kashmir. A dedicated chamber musician, Sylvia is a member of the Vuillaume-Trio München. The ensemble has won prizes at the Brahms and Viotti Competitions and gives numerous performances in Germany and abroad.
Aside from her musical activities, Sylvia was reading philosophy at Trinity College Dublin and is currently enrolled at Munich University, where she is studying for a master’s degree.