Per Enoksson began studying the violin with Alice Goldschmid and later with Professor Milan Vitek. After gaining a Diploma at the Royal Academy of Music, Copenhagen, in 1982, he then continued his studies in New York with Professor Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School of Music. Per Enoksson also participated in masterclasses with Henryk Szeryng and Isaac Stern.
Distinguishing himself as prizewinner in the Carl Nielsen and the Jean Sibelius competitions.
Per Enoksson's career includes solo performances with all the leading Scandinavian orchestras, including the Oslo Philharmonic, Bergen Philharmonic, Stavanger Symphony, Swedish Radio, Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra, Malmö S.O., Helsinki and Danish Radio Orchestras.
Per Enoksson has recorded several discs, which include the complete Brahms sonatas, Busoni and Sjögren sonatas and Messiaens Quartet for the end of time.
In recent years, his teaching posts have included positions at the College of Music, Oslo and at the Academy of Music, Copenhagen. Per Enoksson is presently Professor at Edsberg, Royal Academy of Music, Stockholm.
Per Enoksson is leader of Gothenburg Symphony Orchestra and plays a Stradivarius (1697) and a Nicolas Lupot (1798).