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CHAMPS HILL ARTISTS
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Emanuel Ensemble

The Emanuel Ensemble is dedicated to exploring music old and new, focusing predominantly on works for combinations of flute, cello & piano and flute, violin, viola & cello.

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Falk String Quartet

Ofer Falk has also won numerous prizes in International competitions including the Henryk Szerying special prize in 1993 and top prizes in the Tchaikovsky 10th International Competition in Moscow 1994 and in the Montreal International Violin Competition 1995. Ofer is a professor of Violin at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London as well as a Violin professor at Trinity College of Music in London, where he also teaches chamber music.

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Anna Fedorova


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Sadie Fields

Canadian/British violinist Sadie Fields enjoys a diverse career as soloist, chamber musician, and researcher. 

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Mei Yi Foo

Mei Yi Foo is the winner of the 2013 BBC Best Newcomer of the Year award for her album Musical Toys, which garnered rave reviews from The Times, Neue Zurcher Zeitung, BBC Music and Germany’s Klassik magazines.

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Cheryl Frances-Hoad

Cheryl Frances-Hoad was born in Essex in 1980 and received her musical education at the Yehudi Menuhin School, Gonville and Caius College, Cambridge (BA (Hons) Music (double 1st), MPhil with Distinction (Composition)) and Kings College London (PhD, Composition). Her music has been described as “like a declaration of faith in the eternal verities of composition” (The Times), with “a voice overflowing not only with ideas, but also with the discipline and artistry necessary to harness them” (The Scotsman).

Recently chosen to be a featured composer on BBC Radio 3’s ‘Composer of the Week’ (‘Five under 35, March 2015), her works have garnered many awards, from the BBC Lloyds Bank Composer of the Year award when she was just 15 to more recently the Mendelssohn Scholarship, The Bliss Prize, The Cambridge Composers Competition, The Robert Helps International Composition Prize (USA), The Sun River Prize (China), The International String Orchestra Composition Prize (Malta), The RPS Composition Prize, and the BASCA British Composer Awards (where she became the youngest composer to win two awards in any year for Psalm 1 and Stolen Rhythm in 2010).

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Alex Frank-Gemmill

Principal Horn of the Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Alec Frank-Gemmill divides his time between concertos, recitals, chamber music and orchestral playing.  He was Artist in Residence at the 2013 Lammermuir Festival and made his Wigmore Hall debut the same year. He has since gone on to perform as a soloist at numerous festivals including Spitalfields, Ryedale, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern and St. Magnus. 

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Lisa Friend

Lisa Friend gained a scholarship to the Royal College of Music where she studied with Susan Milan. Having won the Martin Music Scholarship twice enabled Lisa to study at the Paris Conservatoire with Alain Marion and Ida Ribera. As a soloist, Lisa has appeared with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Prague Philharmonic, Virtuosi Pragenses Chamber Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and has toured throughout the UK, France, Germany, Japan, Korea, China and the USA.

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Benjamin Frith

Benjamin Frith was encouraged by his teacher, Dame Fanny Waterman, to pursue a musical career after winning the Dudley National Concerto Competition aged fourteen.  Since then, he has been a first prizewinner in the Rubinstein Piano Masters Competition where he was also awarded the special prize for chamber music, and was awarded top prize in the Busoni International Piano Competition.

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Diana Galvydyte

Versatile and Exciting young Lithuanian violinist Diana Galvydyte is a prize winner in 15 International competitions for young artists, and a recitalist and concerto soloist.

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