Emma Purslow & Eleanor Kornas

9th April 2022

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Violinist Emma Purslow was born in the Peak District, and is now based in London following her studies as a scholar at the Royal College of Music with Daniel Rowland and Sasha Rohzdestvensky. She is a passionate chamber musician who has performed extensively throughout the UK and abroad, including performances at the Wigmore Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Kings Place, Royal Overseas League and the British Ambassadors Residence in Paris. She has also performed alongside notable musicians including the Brodsky Quartet, Trio Apache, members of the Navarra Quartet and Clio Gould. Emma also loves solo performance, and the last year has included recitals at the Elgar Rooms in the Royal Albert Hall, St James Piccadilly, Leeds International Concert Series, the Stift International Festival in Holland, and a performance of Prokofiev’s Violin Concerto No.2 with the Hereford Symphony Orchestra. She enjoys a freelance orchestral career performing regularly with orchestras including the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, and she also leads the Street Orchestra of London. 

 After studying at Chetham’s School of Music for nine years, Eleanor Kornas read Music at the University of Cambridge, becoming a Senior Scholar and winning the Donald Wort Prize for academia. She also accompanied Trinity College Chapel Choir for three recordings of music by Leighton, Eenvalds and Howells, all nominated for Gramophone awards. Eleanor then worked as an Adami Award Junior Fellow at the Royal College of Music, a Staff Accompanist at Chetham’s School of Music, and is currently a Piano Accompaniment Fellow at the Royal College of Music and a member of the London Philharmonic Orchestra’s Foyle Future Firsts Development Programme. The duo delighted the Bollington Chamber Concerts audience in 2018, and we are delighted to welcome them back.

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