“A passionate performer; yet works were polished with much attention to detail, musical shape and structure” (Ongaku-no- Tomo, Tokyo) Award-winning violinist Lisa Ueda works regularly in Europe and Asia, hailed with “exceptional playing” (Sir James Galway, BBC Music Magazine). Concerto and chamber music collaborations are at the core of her work; she has appeared as a recitalist at the Wigmore Hall and other international venues of this calibre. Recent recording venues include Abbey Road Studios and media appearances on magazines, TV and BBC Radio3. Generous awards received include the Kirckman Concert Society, Tunnell Trust, Solti Foundation, Carr-Gregory and ABRSM Macklin Bursary Awards, Bach Prize, Clumber Studio Scholarship, amongst many others. Lisa studied at the Royal Academy of Music on a full ABRSM International Scholarship, followed by a Masters degree supported by the RAM; with Richard Deakin. Great artists as Gyorgy Pauk and Tasmin Little have also been a source of guidance and inspiration during this time and since. Lisa plays on a 1775 Antonio Gagliano on kind loan. & @lisauedaviolin