Eleanor Corr, violinist


Eleanor Corr is a British violinist, enjoying a varied freelance career in London. Eleanor has recorded Stravinsky’s L’Histoire du Soldat for Linn Records, alongside chamber works by Stravinsky, Maxwell-Davies and Birtwistle, conducted by Oliver Knussen. She looks forward to recording Hummel’s chamber arrangements of symphonic works by Mozart with Pocket Sinfonia in 2017.
She recently performed at Royal Albert Hall Elgar Room with duo partner Aleksandra Myslek and has given solo and chamber recitals at Buckingham Palace, Wigmore Hall, The Sage Gateshead, Colston Hall, Chichester Festivities and Yehudi Menuhin Forum Bern and broadcasts on BBC Radio 3. Concerto highlights include performances with London Chamber Soloists, London International Orchestra and the University of London Symphony Orchestra at venues such as St. George’s Bristol and Wells Cathedral.
She has given performances at Royal Albert Hall, Cadogan Hall, Barbican Hall and Fairfield Halls as an extra player for the London Symphony Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
Eleanor plays a Mark Robinson violin, generously loaned to her by the Harrison-Frank Foundation. The recordings on this website were made on a Nicolo Gagliano violin from 1775, loaned to her by the Royal Academy of Music, where she completed her Master of Arts in July 2017 and was Sterndale Bennett Scholar and leader of RAM Symphony Orchestra.

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