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Soloist:  Alexandra Peel

Saturday 3rd February 2024  7.30
Concert Soloist

Alexandra Peel – violin

British violinist Alexandra Peel was born in 2001 and made her concert debut in 2013 at Raymond Weil’s Pre-Event for Classic FM Live at the Royal Albert Hall. 

Since then, she has performed at venues such as the Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, St Martin-in-the-Fields, the Royal-Overseas-League and the Cadogan Hall, and has recorded at venues such as Abbey Road, Studio 13 and Angel Studios. 

Alexandra is currently a Yehudi Menuhin Award Holder at the Royal College of Music, studying violin under Emily Sun and piano with Kathron Sturrock.  Previously, she studied for nine years at the Purcell School for Young Musicians as a scholar of the Government’s Music and Dance Scheme, with professors Carmel Kaine, Alda Dizdari and Nathaniel Vallois.  During her time at the school, she was awarded the Junior String Prize, also winning the school’s Wigmore Chamber Music Competition and the Senior Recital Competition which led to her performance at Milton Court Concert Hall, London. 

Alexandra made her concerto debut with the Amadeus Chamber Orchestra in 2019, and also that year was awarded the Gold Award in the Senior Strings Category of the New Talent British International Music Competition.  Recently, Alexandra has performed as part of the LGT Young Soloists, as well as enjoying numerous solo recitals including performances for the Bruch Violin Concerto with the Solent Symphony and Chamber orchestras.  She currently plays on an 1891 Georges Mougenot violin kindly loaned to her by the Benslow Trust.

Alexandra Peel  (click for larger photo) 

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