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Alice Earll

Alice Earll is a young and engaging British violinist specialising in period instrument performance. Alice studied under Pavlo Beznosiuk at the Royal Academy of Music, graduating in 2016 with a first-class degree and the Bickerdike Allen Prize for achievement.

She has since gone on to perform with the Academy of Ancient Music at the BBC Proms and as part of the Lincoln Centre's Mostly Mozart Festival. She has also played at Shakespeare's Globe as part of 'Vivaldi's The Four Season. A Reimagining' with music by Max Richter and performed with various other groups such as the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Avison Ensemble, Ex Cathedra, Ensemble Marsyas and as a member of the European Union Baroque Orchestra (EUBO).

As a soloist, Alice has performed Telemann’s Concerto for Three Violins in F Major alongside Rachel Podger at the Wigmore Hall and has been selected for the Handel House Talent Scheme 2018/19.

As a founding member of Ensemble Molière, Alice has performed at the Brighton Early Music Festival, Bruges Early Music Festival and made her BBC Radio debut on BBC radio 3's In Tune.

She plays on a Thomas Kennedy violin on loan from the Harrison Frank Foundation.

Upcoming performances include; The Birth of Virtuosity, a series of chamber recitals with Conor Hastings (Cornett) and Satoko Doi-Luck (Keyboard), solo recitals for Handel & Hendrix, Hay Music and St Anne’s Kew. She will also be making her debut with The Sixteen and the Irish Baroque Orchestra in April.

She played so sympathetically to the underpinning harmonies and there was so much light and shade, it was a real delight. One hears so much totally virtuosic Bach which shows little or no musical integrity. It is also so difficult to alternate between talking informatively and switching to playing and she brought that off very well. So lovely and actually quite rare, for a student one has known to blossom in the profession. I would certainly be pleased to hear her again.
— Vyvyan Lucas, Violinist/Violist