Marina Grauman was born in 1994 in a family of musicians. Since 2012 she has been a student at the Hochschule für Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin (class of Ulf Wallin).
Prize-winner at the International Michael Stricharz Competition in Lvov (2006, 1st prize), the International Yevgeny Mravinsky Youth Competition in St Petersburg (2008, 2nd prize), the International Competition of Young Violinists Bravo! in Namur (2009, 1st prize) and the International Competition at Lake Constance in Germany (2013, 3rd prize). In 2014 she received the Mieczysław Weinberg Prize “for the best interpretation of works from the 20th and 21st centuries at the TONALi competition.
As a member of the Amabile string quartet she received 1st prize at the International Yury Ovcharek Competition (2012).
Has taken part in the festivals Musical Olympus (St Petersburg), the Elan International Music Festival (Dallas), Music Mountain (Connecticut), Youth Classics (Zurich) and Podium (Esslingen).
She has been the first performer of a series of works by contemporary Russian and foreign composers.
In 2014 she received a grant from TONALi (Hamburg). At different times she has been a grant-recipient of the Ministry of Culture, the Philharmonic Society of St Petersburg, the programme Russia’s Talented Youth, the Hans und Stefan Bernbeck-Stiftung (Frankfurt) and the Lucia-Loeser-Stiftung (Berlin).