Since 2007 has been studying with Alexander Neustroev and, as of 2013, with Wolfgang Emanuel Schmidt at the Berlin University of Arts. He has additionally benefited from major artistic advice from Steven Isserlis, Michael Sanderling, David Geringas, Walter Grimmer, and Frans Helmerson. At the age of 17 made his New York debut at Carnegie Hall.
He has been laureate of several first prizes at international competitions including the Schoenfeld International String Competition Harbin/China (2016, the International "Salieri-Zinetti" Competition in Verona/Italy (2016), the International Johannes Brahms Competition (2015), the International Competition "Ibla Grand Prize" in Sicily (2010). In 2017 Christoph Croisé was awarded the Swiss Ambassador's Award. His debut album with Oxana Shevchenko was released in May 2015 on Quartz Classics. Plays on a Goffriller cello made in Venice in 1712.
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