Photographer: Sandra Vijandi
Alice has been selected for this years Handel House Talent Scheme, for more information click here.
Alice plays on a Thomas Kennedy violin on loan from the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.
The Harrison-Frank Family Foundation helps talented young professional musicians living and working in the UK to develop their career, by lending them an instrument from the foundation’s collection of mainly old Italian, English, French, Dutch and German violins. We are always on the lookout for young violinists who need a better instrument and who may benefit from a loan through our foundation. Please feel free to pass this information and the documentary about the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation on to anyone who could wish to become involved.
Alice is a founding member of Ensemble Molière, a leading early music group specialising in music of the French Baroque. Click here for more information!
Acclaimed violinist Alice Earll guides you and your audiences through the music of the Baroque era with her series of recitals Conversation Pieces. From an introductory guide to the period, to discussing the social, historical and musical highlights, a more in depth look at the history of virtuoso violin playing, or a look at how the celebrated baroque composer Johann Sebastian Bach was inspired by dance. An evening for everyone! Her new concert in the series 3,2,1! Three Centuries, Two Performers, One Concert will be debuted at the Handel and Hendrix Museum in November 2019.