Here is a little information about the players who make up the Kings String Quartet
Victoria began playing the violin aged nine, and obtained a B.Mus. degree from King’s College London, including violin studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama.
Victoria now performs violin extensively across the Midlands, including as leader of the Worcestershire Symphony Orchestra and Kings String Quartet.
Christianne began learning the violin aged nine, playing in many orchestras throughout the Midlands before studying for a music degree at City University, London. She studied further with a pre professional course at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, which was followed by a music PGCE at Birmingham University. She continues to fulfil her passion by playing chamber and orchestral music whilst teaching music across all age ranges.
Daniel has played Viola since the age of 12. He was a member of the National Youth Orchestra before studying Music at Birmingham University.
Daniel appears on the soundtrack for The Life of Birds series. He currently teaches violin and viola in schools and runs a Community String Orchestra in Malvern as well as performing in professional ensembles across the Midlands including the Central England Camerata.
Born in London, Catherine moved to Cirencester where she started playing the cello at the age of 7, receiving free lessons thanks to government policy; something that she remains passionate about today. During her time at the now Royal Birmingham Conservatoire of Music she took lessons with Mikhail Kaznowski (Maggini Quartet) played in the CBSO and performed in Sweden and France. Having obtained graduate and post-graduate qualifications she has since enjoyed a busy career juggling motherhood, performing, recording and teaching.
Please Note – From time to time the lineup for events may change and we do not guarantee the availability of any individual performer