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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. 



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.



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.



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.



Gamma Majoris

Gamma Majoris is a London-based ensemble created by four established soloists combining their talents and perspectives to present classical music in a new way. The ensemble’s name derives from the star Gamma Ursae Majoris and as well as the term for 'major scale' in Russian musical terms (гамма - scale, мажор - major). Gamma Majoris’ concert programmes showcase the individual and combined talents of the group in different ensemble combinations.

The ensemble comprises 4 outstanding performers, each a leading soloist in her field.

Anastasia Prokofieva (soprano)
Yulia Chaplina (piano)
Ksenia Berezina (violin)
Alisa Liubarskaya (cello).



Susana Gaspar



Ivana Gavrić

'Her playing is altogether of an extraordinary calibre' BBC Music Magazine, Newcomer of the Year 2011

'Gavric is a complete pianist: technically proficient, very musical, intelligent and exciting'.
American Record Guide



Gould Piano Trio

From their early success at the Charles Hennen and the inaugural Melbourne Competitions through being selected as British 'Rising Stars' in 1998, the Gould Piano Trio has emerged as one of the finest chamber ensembles, boasting an impressive discography, with festival appearances at Edinburgh, Cheltenham, City of London, Bath, Aldeburgh, Spoleto and the BBC Proms.



Thomas Gould

Thomas Gould performs as soloist with major orchestras worldwide including the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Hallé Orchestra, LA Phil New Music Group, Orchestre Nationale de Bretagne, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and West Australian Symphony Orchestra, collaborating with conductors such as John Adams, Nicholas Collon, Paul Daniel, Clark Rundell, John Rutter, Robin Ticciati and Garry Walker.



Lucy Gould

Lucy Gould is violinist of the Gould Piano Trio. Winner of the Melbourne, Florence and Charles Hennen International Competitions, the Gould Trio are regular visitors to the Wigmore Hall, celebrating their 25th anniversary there with an all-Schubert recital and a complete Beethoven trio cycle in the 2017/18 season. ECHO 'Rising Stars' in their early days, the trio has performed in major European halls and at the Weill Recital Hall in Carnegie Hall, New York. They regularly tour to the USA, the Washington Post claiming ’the only comparison that comes to mind is the old Beaux Arts Trio; the combination of jeweller-like precision and a musical fire that ignites from the first bar’. Their extensive discography includes complete trio cycles of Beethoven (recorded live at St. George's, Bristol), Brahms, Dvorak, Mendelssohn and Hummel.





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