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Tim Lowe

Tim enjoys a busy and varied career and is quickly emerging as one of the new generation of outstanding young British cellists. He is established as a recitalist and chamber musician appearing regularly in festivals throughout the UK and Europe. He has played as a soloist in all the main concert venues in the UK and in London many times at Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room, Cadogan Hall, St John’s Smith Square. Tim is Guest Principal Cello of the English Chamber Orchestra and tours around the UK and internationally with the ECO and the ECO Ensemble. He has also been Guest Principal at other major orchestras including the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra and the Irish chamber Orchestra and Royal Northern Sinfonia.



Ke Ma

Born in 1994, Ke is currently studying at the Royal Academy of Music for her Masters degree under the tutelage of Professor Christopher Elton. Most recently, Ke won the first prize in the 18th Concours International de Piano de la ville de Maisons-Laffitte, in France.



Njabulo Madlala

Winner of the 2010 Kathleen Ferrier Competition, of the Singer Sections Final at the 2012 Royal Overseas League Competition, of the 2012 Lorna Viol Memorial Prize and Royal Overseas League Trophy for the Most Outstanding Musician From Overseas, the Sir John Manduell Award for an Outstanding South African Musician and of a 2012 Worshipful Company of Musicians Award, Njabulo Madlala was born in South Africa.



Paul Marrion

Paul was born in Manchester. He was awarded the Hiles Gold Medal for orchestral playing. At 19 he was appointed Sub Principal of the Ulster Orchestra and later joined the Scottish National Orchestra as Principal. After playing with the London Symphony Orchestra, he was appointed Principal Double Bass with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the position he retired from a couple of years ago. During his professional career Paul enjoyed playing chamber music including playing with St Martin in the Fields. Paul and his wife have now retired to Scotland and are enjoying their new life just outside of Oban.



Maximiliano Martin

Born in Tenerife, Martín studied in Barcelona and at the RCM in London. His teachers include Richard Hosford and Joan Enric Lluna. Principal Clarinet of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and winner of the Young Artists Plattform in 2002, Martín has since made debuts at the Wigmore Hall London, Queens Hall Edinburgh, Palau de la Musica Barcelona and Teatro Monumental in Madrid.As a soloist Martín has performed with orchestras such as SCO, EUCO, OST under the baton of Bruggen, Manze and Swensen.



Malcolm Martineau

Recognised as one of the leading accompanists of his generation, Malcolm has worked with many of the world's greatest singers including Sir Thomas Allen, Dame Janet Baker, Olaf Bär, Barbara Bonney, Ian Bostridge, Angela Gheorghiu, Susan Graham, Thomas Hampson, Della Jones, Simon Keenlyside, Angelika Kirchschlager, Magdalena Kozena, Solveig Kringelborn, Jonathan Lemalu, Dame Felicity Lott, Christopher Maltman, Karita Mattila, Lisa Milne, Ann Murray, Anna Netrebko, Anne Sofie von Otter, Joan Rodgers, Amanda Roocroft, Michael Schade, Frederica von Stade, Sarah Walker and Bryn Terfel.



Clare McCaldin

Clare McCaldin is a lyric mezzo-soprano, in demand for her vivid presence and musicianship both in concert and on stage. She has worked with major companies and orchestras in the UK and abroad, in repertoire dating from the Baroque to the present day, and is particularly known for her work in contemporary music.



Jonathan McGovern

A graduate of King's College London and the Royal Academy of Music (DipRAM), Jonathan McGovern is winner of the 2nd Prize at the 2011 Kathleen Ferrier Awards, the Gold Medal and 1st Prize at the Royal Over-Seas League Annual Music Competition in 2010, the Karaviotis Prize at the 2011 Les Azuriales Competition and the Jean Meikle Duo Prize at the 2011 Wigmore Hall/Kohn Foundation International Song Competition. Jonathan is a former Britten-Pears Young Artist and an Associate Artist with Classical Opera.



Michael McHale

Winner of the Terence Judd / Hallé Award in 2009, Belfast-born Michael McHale has established himself as one of Ireland's leading pianists.

A graduate of Cambridge University and the Royal Academy of Music, Michael's teachers and mentors include John O'Conor, Christopher Elton and Barry Douglas. He collaborates regularly with Sir James Galway, Michael Collins, Dame Felicity Lott and Camerata Pacifica.