British-Polish violinist Magdalena Loth-Hill is a passionate chamber musician and a founding member of the Consone Quartet (BBC New Generation Artists), who in 2022 were awarded a prestigious Borletti-Buitoni Trust fellowship and signed with Linn Records. Magdalena also performs with Ensemble Hesperi - a period ensemble championing rarely heard music. Ensemble Hesperi won first prize at the 2020 London International Festival of Early Music competition, and third prize at the International Van Wassenaer Competition in Utrecht in 2021.
Performing on both modern and period instruments, Magdalena plays regularly with other groups, including Solomon's Knot, The Academy of Ancient Music, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, La Nuova Musica, Florilegium, Ex Cathedra, London Mozart Players and United Strings of Europe among others. She has recorded works for the British Library’s ‘Georgians Revealed’ exhibition and exam pieces for the ABRSM syllabus.
Concerto performances include Bach’s E major concerto, Brandenburg Concerti 4 and 5 and the Bach Double Violin Concerto with the RCM Baroque Orchestra as well as the Mendelssohn and Bruch Violin Concerti with the City of Carlisle Orchestra. In 2016, Magdalena travelled to Bolivia, where her two solo recitals as 'Artist of the Festival' officially opened the Misiones de Chiquitos Festival.