Matthew Chambers | GBR | *1992
DAVOS FESTIVAL Camerata | Violine
A Masters graduate of both the Royal Academy of Music, London in his native UK, and of Zürcher Hochschule der Künste, Zurich, Matthew Chambers is establishing a reputation as a performer of the highest calibre.
In his solo studies, he has learnt from internationally renowned soloists and orchestral leaders such as György Pauk, Rudolf Koelman, Anna Gebert and Nicholas Miller. Notable solo engagements include recording Beethoven’s Kreutzer Sonata in the main studio hall of Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen, Ysaÿe and Prokofiev sonatas as part of the Holland International Music Sessions in Alkmaar, Janacek Sonata and Prokofiev 2nd Concerto as part of the London Masterclass Series, Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with the Cambridge Rococo Orchestra and Vaughan Williams’ The Lark Ascending with the Eton Chamber Orchestra. Additionally, he has been invited to perform in masterclasses with eminent soloists and teachers such as Boris Belkin, Hu Kun, Tasmin Little and Ulf Schneider.
As a chamber musician, Matthew Chambers’ notable performances include at the Tonhalle Maag as part of Zurich’s foremost contemporary ensemble Collegium Novum, recording Enescu’s Octet live on Radio Television Suisse in Geneva and the complete Fauré and Mozart piano quartets at a critically acclaimed performance at St. James’ Piccadilly, London. He has received guidance from performers and groups at the height of the profession, including the Trio Owon, Eckart Heiligers of Trio Jean Paul, Ian Brown of the Nash Ensemble, the Henschel Quartet and Chilingirian Quartet.
Prior to his focus on music, Matthew Chambers graduated from Cambridge University where he read Biological Natural Sciences as an undergraduate.
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Stand: Mai 2021