Paul Rosner is born in Czernowitz (USSR). He studied at Tschaikowsky Conservatory, Moscow with Prof. Boris Belenkii and David Oistrach. He won the first prize at the violin competition of the Ukraine and at the competition of the Soviet Union. Master classes followed with Prof. Andre Gertler (Brussels) and Prof. Rami Shevelov (Juliard School).
Paul Rosner played at international music festivals like “Open Chamber music festival“ (GB), in „Rencontres musicales international "(F),)" Maggio musicale Fiorentino“ (I), music days Goslar (D), festival Insel Hombroich amongst others.
Beside broadcasting and television admissions Rosner played orchestra concerts, amongst others with the Moscow state orchestra of the USSR, the symphony orchestra of the Ukraine, the NDR orchestra, the Mozarteum orchestra Salzburg, the German Chamber Academy of Neuss and the Robert Schumann Orchestra Dusseldorf.
As a chamber musician he was many years prime violinist of the Haydn Quartet. A long chamber-musical activity connected him with Sándor Végh. With his piano and chamber music partners he plays nearly the whole duet and chamber music repertoire of the classical period up to the modern age.
As a soloist and chamber musician Paul Rosner played nnumerous Ur and first performances amongst others from: Sofia Gubaidulina, Edison Denisov, Christoph Mayer, Oskar Gottlieb Blarr, Bojidar Spassov, Dragomir Jossifov, Violeta Dinescu, Christoph Staude, Thomas Bruttger, Ulrich Pogoda. Some works were dedicated to him.
In 2009 and 2010 Paul Rosner made recordings of Sorbian composers with members of his ensemble with the Radio Berlin, also as a CD edition.
In autumn, 2010 appears the CD „Kafka fragments“ from György Kurtág with Annette Elster, soprano.