Lithuanian born viola player Vaida Rozinskaite started her musical career while still studying in Munich, Frankfurt and Saarsbrücken, in the classes of Hariolf Schlichtig, Jörg Heyer and Diemut Poppen. As a member of numerous chamber music ensembles Vaida Rozinskaite was frequently invited to play in Europe, Canada, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Indonesia. She has collaborated with Paul Coletti, Christoph Richter, Ida Levin, Oleg Kogan, Silke Avenhaus, Nicolas Altstädt and Alain Trudel. Since 1999 she has played regularly with the Ensemble Modern, the Orchestra of the Staatsoper Munich, Bamberger Symphoniker and Radio-Sinfonie Orchestra Frankfurt. Vaida Rozinskaite's development as an artist was hugely influenced by her regular participation in master classes with Thomas Riebl, Ferenc Rados, the Cleveland Quartet and the Amadeus Quartet and by the education she received at the Banff Centre for the Arts in Canada and her annual attendances at IMS Prussia Cove in England. Vaida has received scholarships from the Yehudi Menuhin Live Music Now Foundation in Munich and the Mainz-based Villa Musica Foundation. She has recorded for SWR and WDR with the Quadriga String Quartet.