Anna studied at the Royal College of Music and in Moscow, later gaining an MA in Performance from Guildhall School of Music. In recent seasons she has been invited to guest lead the London Contemporary Orchestra Ensemble at the QEH and has appeared as guest violinist with the RIOT Ensemble. Anna has led OSJ's chamber ensemble and has joined London Concertante as a soloist. She is a member of the London Mozart Players and recently was awarded a Distinction for an MA in Experimental Composition
Fiona Brice String Quartet no 1 album launch
Thea studied at the Royal Northern College of Music leading both Symphony and chamber orchestras and gaining a 1st class honours degree. She has played in Manchester with orchestras including Manchester Camerata and Royal Northern Sinfonia. Since moving to London, she plays with the capitals major orchestras including BBCSO and the Philharmonia. Her diversity has seen her journeying through both jazz and folk worlds where she has collaborated on many interesting projects.
As well as being member of the BBC Symphony Orchestra Peter has played with many period ensembles including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, the Hanover Band, Arcangelo, and Music for Awhile. As a soloist Peter has given the UK première performance of Sally Beamish’s That Recent Earth for unaccompanied viola, and the world première of Robin Holloway’s Suite en Saga for solo viola - a work he later performed at the Ravenna Music Festival in its original incidental music form.
Julia’s musical life has always been very eclectic, with her early working years seeing her appointed to posts at English National Opera followed by the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Since then Julia has been in many West End bands, including Miss Saigon at The Prince Edward Theatre and has had an active chamber music life with performances at both The Wigmore Hall and Purcell Room. She was Matthew Bourne’s principal cellist for Swan Lake and for the company's recent production Red Shoes in London
Our stage for the summer at The Drawing Room in Chesham
Taking a bow
Our inaugural concert in 2017
We played Matts piece 'Machine' for string quartet in our Open Chamber concert recently. It's a beautiful, stretched out, elastic shapeshifter of a piece. A joy to play.
St John the Baptist church in Little Missenden