Maximilian Hörmeyer was born in 1989. He started playing the violin at the age of four.
In 1995 he attended the Conservatory of Wintherthur (CH).
In 1998 he continued his studies at the University „Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst“ in Vienna (Austria) as a student in the class of Marina Sorokova.
In 2006 he attended the „Hochschule für Musik Saar“ in the class of Mr Johannes Kiefel. 2010-2012 he studied at the Musikhochschule in Munich with Christoph Poppen. 2012-2015 he was studying with Zakhar Bron doing is Master degree at ZHdK Zurich (Switzerland). Since 2015 he is studying in Master Piano Duo chamber music with Evgeni Sinaiski in Essen, Germany.
Since 2018 Maximilian Hoermeyer is the 1st Concertmaster of the TheaterPhilharmonieThüringen Germany.
Recently he was also appointed as the leading Concertmaster at the New Generation Festival Firenze 2018.
In the years before he played in many orchestras as leading concertmaster, e.g. the Festival Orchestra of the Aspen Music Festival 2007. During 2013-2015 he was concertmaster at the Mannheim Philharmoniker sharing the position with Stefan Tarara, playing concerts in internationally renowned halls like Madrid Auditorio Nacional, Gasteig Hall in Munich, Meistersingerhalle Nürnberg and Tonhalle Zurich. In this time he was leading the orchestra playing with soloists like Mischa Maisky, Sergej Nakariakov, Julian Steckel, Evgeny Bozhanov and many others.
Maximilian Hörmeyer is evertime very passionate also about chamber music, playing with partners like Hanna Bachmann, Christoph Croisé or Alexander Panfilov.
In 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004 he took part regularly in the German Competition „Jugend musiziert“ as a solo-violinist as well as in chamber-music. In all of these competitions Maximilian won the 1st prize at federal- and national-level. 2008 he got the 2nd prize at violin competition in Shanghai and the 3rd prize at the Hindemith Competition in Berlin.
In 2003 he got an invitation to the Music-Festival in Kaunas (Lithuania), where he gave his debut with the Lithuanian Festival Orchestra; Conductor Pavel Berman. Maximilian was working with international renowned musicians like Latica Honda-Rosenberg, Maxim Vengerov, Nicolas Chumachenko, Evgeny Sinaisky and Leonid Sorokov.