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Sophie Rosa

One of the UK's most exciting violinists, Sophie Rosa was awarded the Second Prize and Audience Prize at the 2nd Manchester International Violin Competition 2011. She has performed across the UK as a recitalist in venues including the Royal Festival Hall, the Purcell Room and Bridgewater Hall as well as appearing with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and the Manchester Camerata. Sophie has broadcast for Radio 3 and Classic FM.



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Kathryn Rudge

"... Her cleanly produced tone, supple musical phrasing and sensitive colouring of words combine with a vividly attractive stage personality to make something special" The Telegraph, 2013

Liverpool-born mezzo-soprano Kathryn featured as The Times Rising Star of Classical Music 2012. She made her professional opera debut to critical acclaim with English National Opera as Cherubino (Le Nozze di Figaro) in a production directed by Fiona Shaw and has since performed widely with Opera North, Glyndebourne Touring Opera and others.

Concert appearances include performances with the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra (RLPO), Beethoven's Ninth Symphony at the Royal Festival Hall, a performance with Sir Willard White at Bridgewater Hall and a UK tour with American tenor Noah Stewart.



Sacconi Quartet

The Sacconi Quartet is recognised for its unanimous and compelling ensemble, performing with style and commitment and consistently communicating with a fresh and imaginative approach. Formed in 2001, its four founder members continue to demonstrate a shared passion for string quartet repertoire, infectiously reaching out to audiences with their energy and enthusiasm. Over the past decade they have enjoyed a highly successful international career, performing regularly throughout Europe, at London's major venues, in recordings and on radio broadcasts. The Sacconi is Quartet in Association at the Royal College of Music and Quartet in Residence at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre.



The Schubert Ensemble

After 26 years at the forefront of British chamber music, the Schubert Ensemble is firmly established as one of the world's leading exponents of chamber music for piano and strings. Regularly giving over 50 concerts a year, the Ensemble has performed in over 40 different countries. In the last eighteen months it has performed in major concert halls in Europe and North America, including London's Wigmore Hall, Amsterdam's Concertgebouw Hall, Oslo's Konserthus and for the Coleman Chamber Series in California, and given a four-concert Brahms series for BBC Radio Three at St. George's, Bristol.



Hagai Shaham

Displaying a dazzling combination of technical brilliance and a uniquely profound musical personality, Hagai Shaham is internationally recognized as one of the astonishing young violinists who have emerged from Israel in recent years. Hagai Shaham began studying the violin at age of six and was the last student of the late renowned Professor Ilona Feher.

In September 1990, Hagai Shaham and his duo partner, Arnon Erez, won the first prize at the ARD International Music Competition in Munich in the Violin-Piano duo category, the first competitors to be awarded this coveted first prize since 1971.



Ittai Shapira

Ittai Shapira has performed as a soloist with many of the greatest international orchestras and conductors throughout the world. He grew up in Israel and now lives in New York and has bene the recipient of many prestigious awards.



Ksenija Sidorova

"an amazingly accomplished artist"
Classical Source

"one of the real finds of this series"
The Times