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Rosemary Hinton


Orchestral Employment
Current position:
Sub-Principal (No.3) 2nd violin BBC Symphony Orchestra

Freelance Orchestral Work
BBC Concert Orchestra
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra
City of London Sinfonia
The Hallé Orchestra
Royal Philharmonic Orchestra
Royal Northern Sinfonia
United Strings of Europe
The Multi-Story Orchestra
The Opera Story
Down for the Count Swing Orchestra - Leader

Session Work
COOL Music
Guildhall Session Orchestra

Solo & Chamber Music
Violinist with Duo Hellier
2nd Violinist with Ensemble Mirage
Former 1st violinist of the Stella Quartet - Chamber music fellows at the Royal Academy of Music (2015-2016)
Solo artist with The Concordia Foundation  (2015)
Solo concerto appearances with the Arch Sinfonia, London Graduate Orchestra, Lavenham Sinfonia and Wolsey Orchestra

Orchestral Training
Britten-Pears Orchestra (2012 - 2015)
Aldeburgh World Orchestra (2012)
London Sinfonietta, side-by-side project (2014)
Britten Sinfonia, side-by-side project (2014)
Royal Academy Sainsbury’s Soloists Ensemble (2014-2015)
Royal Academy Symphony Orchestra, Opera, String Orchestra, Musical Theatre  – Leader (2011-2015)
National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain - Co-Leader (2009-2011)

Teaching/ Community Outreach
LRAM in violin teaching.
Chamber music coach at the annual Cambridge Suzuki Young Musicians Summer Workshop (2014-2023)
Former peripatetic violin and chamber music teacher at Queens College, London (2016-2018)
Former peripatetic violin and viola teacher at Ipswich High School for Girls, Suffolk (2014-2016)
Various educational work for Brent and Camden music services, Wigmore Hall Learning, Open Academy, Spitalfields Music and Vital Arts

BMus (hons) 1st class in Violin Performance, Royal Academy of Music (2011-2015)
Teacher – Professor Tomotada Soh
Chetham’s School of Music (2009-2011)
Junior Department of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (2004-2009)


Clio Gould
Tomotada Soh

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