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Dorina Markoff


Professional Orchestral Experience:
Academy of St Martin in the Fields                                              
Britten Sinfonia                                                                       
Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique  - Assistant Concertmaster  
Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra - Guest Leader     
London Sinfonia - Guest Leader
BBC Symphony Orchestra - First Violin                                                                                                                   
BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra - Guest Principal Second
Festival Orchestra of Academia Chigiana, Italy Leader
National Opera House, Bulgaria - Leader               
SIF 309 Orchestra, Bulgaria - Leader                                        
Opera Australia - Guest Principal Second                                                                                                              
Sydney Symphony Orchestra - guest principal 2nd            
London Philharmonic Orchestra - Guest Principal Second                                                                              
Spoleto Festival Orchestra, Italy - Assistant Leader                                                                           

Isobel Griffiths Ltd
Mimi Alpert Feldman Award
Robert Bernstein Award
The Getty Award
UCLA Concerto Competition Winner –1999
Brahms Competition –Second Prize – 1994
Ravinia, Chicago; Academia Chigiana Siena, Italy; The Festival of the Two Worlds – Spoleto, Italy; Tours, France;  Mozart Academy, Mala Wies, Poland; Salon of the Arts –National Palace of Culture, Sofia; New World Symphony –Miami, USA


Royal College of Music - Visiting professor (2020)
Wandsworth Council Wider Opportunity Program Consultant (2007 - Present)
Private Tutoring  (2006 - Present)
Assistant Professor of Mark Kaplan at UCLA (1999 - 2000)
Master of Music, UCLA (USA)-the studio of Mark Kaplan (full scholarship) (1997 - 2000)
Artist Diploma, National Academy of Music, Sofia, Bulgaria (1996 - 1997)
Bachelor of Music, National Academy of Music, the studio of Ginka Gichkova (1992 - 1996)
National School of Music, Sofia, Bulgaria  (1979 - 1992)
English, Italian, French, Russian, Bulgarian
Dorina Markoff-McNulty is one of the most prominent British/Bulgarian violinists with a well-established international career which spreads through all genres and professional aspects of music. She an active solo performer, orchestral leader, participant in various chamber music groups as well as an experienced studio musician.
She has collaborated with some of the most distinguished classical performers and conductors amongst which Joshua Bell, Itzhak Perman, Msistlav Rostropovich, Boris Belkin, Yuri Beshmet, Svetlana Bezrodnaja, Gian Luigi Gelmetti, Claudio Abbado amongst many others.
Dorina graduated in University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) in the studio of Mark Kaplan and was mentored by Dorothy Delay in Juilliard School who awarded her a full scholarship for music festival in Aspen, Colorado.
She is a recipient of many awards amongst which The Getty Award, The Robert Bern-stein Award, Mimi Alpert Feldman Award and many others.
She has led the orchestra and features as a solo violinist on many famous film scores.

Dorina speaks several languages which allows her to communicate freely with conductors from most origins and has been a great asset to the conducting academies and competitions run by the major American and European orchestra 

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