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Louisa Till 

Louisa is an active violinist and teacher based in London. She studied at the Royal Northern College of Music with Cecily Ward, James Clark and Pavel Fischer, gaining both BMus and MMus degrees.
Louisa was a member of the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain from 2013 to 2015 with whom she performed at Sage Gateshead, Birmingham Symphony Hall, the Barbican, the Royal Festival Hall, Konzerthaus Berlin and the Royal Albert Hall as part of the BBC

At the RNCM, Louisa participated in projects with the BBC Philharmonic, Manchester Camerata and Chamber Orchestra of Europe, as well as touring internationally to Paris and Montepulciano in Italy. Since moving to London, Louisa has enjoyed performing with the London Mozart Players and with Baseless Fabric Theatre, for a re-imagined production of Bizet’s Carmen. She also
has a keen interest in musical theatre and recently performed at the London Palladium for a concert performance of Camelot.
Louisa is passionate about her work as an educator and for the past year has worked for nMusic Masters, a charity which provides access to music education for primary school children in London. Louisa plays a Gragnani violin kindly on loan to her from Benslow Music Instrument Loan Scheme.

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