Adam's father started teaching him playing the violin when he was 5,
and he joined the Silesian Philharmonic six years later, then continued his studies
in Freiburg im Breisgau with Wolfgang Marschner.
In 1989 he became 1st Concertmaster of the Basel Radio Symphony Orchestra under Nello Santi. In 1992 he became artistic director of the Basel Chamber Symphony,
and he founded the Camerata de Sa Nostra in Palma de Mallorca in 1994.
From 1997 he was Principal 2nd Violinist in the Berlin Philharmonic
under Claudio Abbado.
Although always very interested in many different styles of music, jazz was his biggest passion and he began learning to play the trumpet and playing jazz. In 1999 he founded The Berlin Philharmonic Jazz Group. With this group he played as a soloist on the trumpet and the violin in Europe and the Far East.
He is also a member of the Absolute Ensemble New York City (leader Kristjan Järvi)
and 1st Violin of the Aura Quartett Basel, which toured Indonesia in 2011.
Vivien Schweitzer of The New York Times described his violin playing as "energetic",
with "Middle Eastern influences".
Adam Taubitz has made numerous recordings as a soloist and as a jazz-musician,
and has played together with Kirk Lightsey, Philip Catherine, Famoudou Don Moye,
Julio Barreto, David Klein, Andy Scherrer, Emmanuel Pahud, Makaya Ntshoko,
Gérard Wyss, Kai Rautenberg, Domenic Landolf, Daniel Schnyder, Thomas Quasthoff, Ole Edvard Antonsen, Angelika Milster, Dieter Hallervorden, Thomas Hampson and
He lives at the moment as a freelance musician in Basel and Berlin.