Aden Mazur - Violin

An established member of the Aberdeen music scene, Aden is a regular player with many of the local orchestras including the Aberdeen Chamber Orchestra and is the founder of the Wee String School. Aden has been the leader for many sell-out performances of shows in the Edinburgh Fringe including Les Miserables, Oliver!, Oh! What A Lovely War, and Sunshine on Leith and recently recorded for BBC Radio 3 with ‘Any Enemy’, the North East New Music Ensemble. Aden holds Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music in Violin Performance with distinction.

Alexandria Grant - Violin

After receiving a Diploma in Violin from ABRSM whilst still at school, Alexandria has gone on to be leader of many orchestras including the Grampian Youth Orchestra and the Scottish Opera Connect Orchestra, where she performed the premier of Anamchara by renowned composer Pippa Murphy. Alexandria regularly performs with the Aberdeen Sinfonietta and the Aberdeen Chamber Orchestra, of which she is also a committee member.

Laurie Rominger - Viola

Laurie holds a Doctorate of Musical Arts in viola performance from Louisiana State University. She has performed around the globe in orchestras, chamber ensembles, and solo recitals. She is especially passionate about string chamber music, and performs duo and quartet repertoire regularly in both Scotland and North Carolina. Currently, Laurie is based in Aberdeen, where she works as Senior Musician with Big Noise Torry and teaches viola at the University of Aberdeen.

Gareth John - Cello

Gareth regularly appears in recital and as concerto soloist, and has recorded for BBC Radio 3. Having graduated from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama with Distinction in Performance, Gareth later studied conducting and, among others, has conducted with the National Youth Orchestras of Scotland, the North Wales Youth Orchestra, Aberdeen Sinfonietta and a TV special for S4C with Hayley Westenra. He is conductor of Aberdeen Chamber Orchestra with whom he conducted a memorable Beethoven’s Choral Symphony in Aberdeen's Music Hall in 2015.

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