Soloists

George Ewart

George Ewart studied with the Hungarian pedagogue Bela Katona. He has wide orchestral experience playing with the Royal Opera House Orchestra Covent Garden from 1976 to 1981. George was appointed Principal Violin with the English Symphony Orchestra in 2000 and is currently leader of Cheltenham Chamber Orchestra, Warwickshire Symphony Orchestra and guest leader of the Midland Sinfonia; he is in demand as a soloist with numerous groups and ensembles around the country.

Daniel Rowland

Daniel Rowland was born in London, and started his violin lessons in Enschede after his parents moved to Twente in the eastern Netherlands. He has established himself on the international scene as a highly versatile, charismatic and adventurous performer, performing in many of the world's most prestigious concert halls.

Anatole Liebermann

Anatole Liebermann was born in 1948 in Moscow. In 1975 he founded the Tchaikovsky Piano Trio, emigrated to Paris and settled there in 1981. Anatole and Alissa Firsova formed a duo partnership at the Music Festival in Château de Canisy, Normandy in 2007. and gave their London debut recital in December 2009.

Hannah Brooks-Hughes

Teenager Hannah Brooks-Hughes began studying violin when she was 4½, and piano a year later. She performed her first violin concerto at the age of 8 with the Glevum Symphony Orchestra, and has already given many solo recitals. A Major Music and Academic Scholar at the Cheltenham Ladies College, she was originally taught violin by Robert Bishop of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. She is now under the tuition of the internationally acclaimed soloist Tasmin Little OBE.

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