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Elin White – violin

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Elin White – violin

J S Bach

Partita for Solo Violin no.3 in E major, BWV 1006

  i. Preludio

 ii. Loure

iii. Gavotte en Rondeau

iv. Menuet I, II

 v. Bourée

vi. Gigue

Eugène Ysaÿe

Sonata for Solo Violin no.2 in A minor, op.27 no.2

  i. Obsession: Prelude (Poco Vivace)

 ii. Malinconia (Poco lento)

iii. Danse des Ombres: Sarabande (Lento)

iv. Les Furies (Allegro furioso)

Elin White grew up in Gloucestershire, studying with Michael Bochmann, before going to the Royal College of Music in 2010 where she studied with Dona Lee Croft, Kathron Sturrock, Lucy Russell and Berent Korfker, and was also fortunate to work with Ashley Solomon, Christopher Hogwood, Vittorio Ghielmi and Sir Roger Norrington.  Elin gives many solo and chamber recitals around the country, appearing in the London Handel Festival and the London Baroque Festival, and has also given several concerts in Italy.  Her chamber group, Improviso, has been awarded a place on the prestigious EEEmerging programme.  In 2013 she was selected to perform in the international 'Misiones de Chiquitos' festival in Bolivia, was subsequently invited to play with the critically acclaimed choir Arakaendar Bolivia on their tour of the USA and returned to Bolivia for the 2016 festival. She plays regularly with the Academy of Ancient Music, La Serenissima, the Hanover Band and Florilegium, including in the Three Choirs Festival, Beverley Early Music Festival, St Magnus International Festival, the BBC Proms, at the Royal Festival Hall, Kings Place and Wigmore Hall. She also appeared in the West End production of 'Farinelli & the King'.

Elin White grew up in Gloucestershire, studying with Michael Bochmann, before going to the Royal College of Music in 2010.  Elin gives many solo and chamber recitals around the country, appearing in the London Handel Festival and the London Baroque Festival, and has also given several concerts in Italy.  She plays regularly with the Academy of Ancient Music, La Serenissima, the Hanover Band and Florilegium, including in the Three Choirs Festival, Beverley Early Music Festival, St Magnus International Festival, the BBC Proms, at the Royal Festival Hall, Kings Place and Wigmore Hall. She also appeared in the West End production of 'Farinelli & the King'.