Eunsley Park

Eunsley Park

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Biography

Violinist Eunsley Park is holder of the 2016-2017 Constant and Kit Lambert Junior Fellowship and the Lambert Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music.

Eunsley is a Park Lane Group Artist, ‘RCM Rising Star’, and has won many awards including the Help Musicians UK Postgraduate Performance Award, the Counter of Munster Award, the MMSF/Philharmonia Meyer Award, the Albert Cooper Award and 3rd prize of the Tunbridge Wells Young International Concert Artists Competition.

Eunsley performs extensively in prestigious venues throughout the UK and abroad in venues such as: Wigmore Hall, Southbank, Cadogan Hall, Royal Albert Hall, St John’s Smith Square, Steinway Hall, Warsaw Philharmonic Hall, Stockholm Konserthuset, Moscow Rachmaninov Hall, Palacio de Festivales Cantabria, Orford Arts Centre, Salzburg Solitär and Mozarteum, Council of Europe (Strasbourg), Monaco’s Grimaldi Forum and the Bridgewater Hall in Manchester.

As a soloist with orchestra, Eunsley has performed with: the Warsaw Philharmonic Orchestra, London Chamber Orchestra, Camerata Orphica, Guildford Symphony Orchestra at the Polesden Lacey festival, the Little Chamber Orchestra at the New Virtuosi Gala Concert, and at the Mostly Mozart Festival with the Romanian Radio Orchestra in Istanbul.

Eunsley has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3 for the BBC Proms Plus and on Russian TVKultura.

She has been concertmaster of the Royal College of Music Symphony Orchestra, and also plays regularly with the London Chamber Orchestra, London Philharmonic Orchestra and the Philharmonia Orchestra.

Eunsley has performed at several international summer festivals, including IMS Prussia Cove, ProQuartet in Paris, Keshet Eilon Violin Mastercourse in Israel, Encuentro de Musica y Academia de Santander and Mozarteum Sommerakademie. She has had masterclasses with great musicians such as Maxim Vengerov, Ana Chumachenco, Zakhar Bron, Ivry Gitlis, Ulf Wallin, Dora Schwarzberg, Benjamin Schmid, Pavel Vernikov and Boris Kuschnir.

She plays on a Joseph Rocca violin, kindly supported by the Royal College of Music, London.

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