Christoph Croisé had his first Cello lessons at the age of seven with Katharina Kühne. Since 2007, so at the age of 14, he was taught and guided by Alexander Neustroev, a Solo-Cellist at Zurich’s Tonhalle. When he turned 20 he moved to Berlin to study with Wolfgang-Emanuel Schmidt at Berlin University of Arts.
Also from the age of 14 he started attending various master classes and has since benefitted from the advice of Steven Isserlis, Michael Sanderling, David Geringas, Walter Grimmer, and Frans Helmerson.
His debut album with Oxana Shevchenko was released in May 2015 on Quartz Classics. His second album “Summer Night”, including Othmar Schoeck‘s cello concerto, was released in February 2018 on GENUIN classics. His third album (Haydn, Vivaldi Cello Concertos) was released in March 2019 on AVIE Records and won the Supersonic Award from the Pizzicato Magazine and the „Clef D’Or“ for the best concerto album of 2019 from the ResMusica Magazine. His fourth CD “The Russian Album” was released on November 1, 2019 on AVIE Records.