Ellie Fagg

Described by the Strad magazine as playing ‘with a sense of enchantment’, Ellie Fagg enjoys a varied career performing around the world as a soloist, chamber musician and orchestral player. Her love of chamber music began at the age of seven at Pro Corda and she went on to lead the National Youth Orchestra in 2001. She …

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Tom Norris

Tom graduated from London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama in 1994, and went on to study in Banff, Canada before joining the Winnipeg Symphony Orchestra as Principal 2nd Violin. Since returning to London, Tom has been a principal violinist of the London Symphony Orchestra performing regularly in festivals and concerts across the globe. Alongside …

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Eleanor Meynell

Eleanor Meynell won a scholarship to Chetham’s School of Music at the age of 11 where she studied with Heather Slade-Lipkin and Ryzsard Bakst. During her time there she was a prize- winner in several national and international competitions and won Bromsgrove Young Musician of the Year aged 15. She also was awarded both ARCM …

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Hannah Sloane

As the cellist of the Eusebius Quartet, Hannah Sloane has performed extensively in the UK and abroad. Most recently the quartet was in residence at the Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival and FitzFest, and have appeared at venues such as Conway Hall, St James’s Piccadilly, Foundling Museum and Blackheath Halls as well as live on …

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Malcolm Johnston

Malcolm Johnston earned his Bachelor’s degree at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and continued his post-graduate studies at the Royal Academy of Music in London. In 1992 Malcolm became violist with the Amernet String Quartet in the USA, with whom he played for four years. The quartet won numerous major awards, including …

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Alex aldren

Alex started singing while studying medicine at the University of Birmingham. After qualifying and working at the Royal London Hospital for 2 years, Alex decided it was time to do something important with his life and applied to the opera course at the Royal Academy, where he now studies with Nuccia Focile, Ingrid Surgenor and …

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Luci Briginshaw

Luci Briginshaw was awarded the Audience Prize and Second Prize at the inaugural Opera: By Voice Alone Competition 2019. In 2020, she returns to  Fulham Opera to play Aithra in their autumn production of Strauss’ Die Ågytische Helena. Recently Luci has played Fennimore in Kurt Weill’s Der Silbersee, cover Konstanze in Mozart’s The Seraglio, and cover Matilde in Rossini’s Elisabetta, all for English Touring Opera, as well as …

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Sacha Rattle

Since his highly praised 2009 solo debut at Berlin’s Philharmonie, Sacha Rattle has become an established soloist. Noted for his immense sensitivity, warm character and unique sound, his career has developed rapidly with performances throughout Europe, including festival appearances at the Schleswig-Holstein Musik Festival, Spannungen Festival, Gidon Kremer’s Kammermusikfest, Lockenhaus and Italy’s AnimaMundi Festival. He …

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James Barralet

James Barralet Cellist, James Barralet, studied with Hannah Roberts at the RNCM and Thomas Demenga at Basel Hochschule für Musik, and with Steven Isserlis and Ralph Kirshbaum at the International Musicians’ Seminar in Prussia Cove. Since graduating from Basel with the prestigious Soloists’ Diploma in 2006, he has given solo recitals at the Wigmore Hall, …

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dorothea vogel

Dorothea Vogel (Viola) was born in Switzerland and studied with Rudolf Weber in Winterthur. After winning first prize in the Swiss Youth Competition, Dorothea won scholarships to study with Paul Coletti at the Peabody Institute, USA, and with David Takeno and Micaela Comberti at the Guildhall School in London, where she graduated with the coveted …

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