Born in 1994 in the family of professional musicians, Marina Grauman began her violin studies at the age of 5. In 2012 she graduated with honors from the Special Music College of the St.Petersburg Conservatoire, where she studied under the guidance of Prof. Shalman . Now she studies in Hans Eisler Hochschule (Berlin) with Prof. Ulf Wallin.
Since 2004 every year of her career was marked by International awards, including Mravinsky International competion (EMCY) in Sankt Petersburg, Concours Internationale Jeunes Violonistes ‘Bravo!’ in Namur, Belgium, Internationaler Bodensee Musikwettbewerb in Überlingen,Germany etc .
In 2014 she was awarded with the Weinberg prize for the best interpretation of the XX-XXI century work at the TONALi-Grand Prix 2014.
She is also holder of the DAAD-Prize 2015 for outstanding international students at german universities.
She was a guest of such festivals as Musical Olympus (St.Petersburg, Russia), Elan Music Festival (Dallas, USA), Music Mountain (Connecticut, USA), Youth Classics (Zürich, Switzerland) and others.
She performed in Russia, Europe and USA as a soloist with an orchestra (Munich Camber orchestra, Berliner Camerata, St.Petersburg State Symphony Orchestra, State Hermitage Orchestra, Sinfonietta Berlin, Slovak Sinfonietta etc.) and as a member af different chamber ensambles. Her solo debut in Mariinsky Theatre (S-Petersburg, Russia) took place in November 2015, followed by the performance in Berliner Philharmonie with Berlinier Camerata in January 2016.
During her studies Marina Grauman was respectively a scholarship holder of Russia Young Talent and Russian performing art scholarship in Russia, TONALi 2014 , Hans and Stefan Bernbeck Stiftung (Frankfurt) and Lucia Löser Kulturfond (Berlin) in Germany.
She plays the Vincenzo Panormo violin (1790) provided for her by the Sinonima Foundation.