Hailed for his artistry, virtuosity and charismatic presence on stage; received his education in Sofia, Vienna and Paris. He made his debut as soloist with Orchestra at the age of eight. Among his teachers are great pedagogues such as Michael Frischenschlager, Darina Dankova and Gerard Poulet. As a concert soloist of international acclaim, Mario Hossen has performed with renowned orchestras such as the English Chamber Orchestra, the Tchaikovsky Symphony Orchestra of Moscow Radio, the Bruckner Orchester Linz, the Chamber Orchestra della Scala di Milano, the Academy St. Martin in the Fields, the Royal Philharmonic, the Orquesta Sinfonica del Estado de Mexico, the Bulgarian National Radio Orchestra and the Nordwestdeutsche Philharmonie.
He has appeared together with outstanding musicians like Bruno Canino, Milena Mollova, Vladimir Fedoseyev, Philippe Bernold, Adrian Oetiker, Gerard Causse, Vladimir Mendelssohn, Leon Bosch, Dominique de Williencourt, Georges Pludermacher, Jean-Bernard Pommier, Leslie Howard to name just a few.
Several contemporary composers have dedicated works to Hossen, and Hossen has commissioned works with composers, e.g. Tomas Marco, Rainer Bischof, Walter Baer, Georghi Arnaoudov, Francois-Pierre Descamps, Alessandro Solbiati.
Prof. Dr. Mario Hossen is artistic Director of Camerata Orphica and founder of the International Music Academy Orpheus in Vienna. Mario Hossen plays a violin by Giovanni Battista Guadagnini, Milano 1749, on loan from the Oesterreichische Nationalbank’s collection.
Mario Hossen plays Vision Titanium Solo strings by Thomastik-Infeld Vienna