London-based orchestral, chamber, session and solo violinist.
Performance with Athena Strings
Athena Strings were the perfect addition to our special day and we would not hesitate to book them again. Thanks again - Jess & Joe Kelwick xx
Fantastic and would definitely book them again.
Isobel is originally from Bromley, South East London. She completed her Masters degree at the Royal Northern College of Music in July 2017 and graduated with First Class Honours from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama in July 2015. As an orchestral musician, Isobel is on the extra lists for the Halle Orchestra and Manchester Camerata. In Autumn 2017 performed in London Musical Arts' Music-in-Motion series at St Martin in the Fields and Conway Hall. During her studies she completed Professional Experience Schemes with the BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Welsh National Opera and Manchester Camerata. Other ensembles she has hugely enjoyed working with include Sinfonia Cymru, British Sinfonietta and NEW Sinfonia. As a teenager Isobel was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain from 2009-2011. Isobel is a keen chamber musician, having performed with several groups over the years. She was a founding member of the Scott String Quartet, based in South Wales, with whom she won the 2014 Bridgewood & Neitzert String Quartet Prize and given many recitals in venues across the UK. In 2016 she performed Harrison Birtwistle's Piano Trio at Wigmore Hall, as part of the Birtwistle Study Day; in 2017 her piano trio performed in the RNCM Gold Medal Final for two of the composers, including the winning work by Aled Smith. As a soloist, Isobel won the 2014 Bridgewood & Neitzert Bach Prize for Strings at the RWCMD and has performed in numerous masterclasses with violinists including Itzhak Rashkovsky, Danny Phillips, Jennifer Pike and Rachel Podger (baroque). Her studies were generously supported by the Richard Newitt Fund, the Albert and Eugenie Frost Music Trust, the Albert Cooper Music Charitable Trust, the Winship Foundation, the Philip Bates Trust, the Roger Burrows Music Fund and the Dorothy Croft Trust.
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