Violinist Ellen Bundy is well established as a resourceful and engaging artist, and as such has worked as a chamber musician, orchestral player, leader, and soloist with some of the finest ensembles in the UK and EU, including Ensemble Augelletti, Dunedin Consort, La Serenissima and the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Ellen was introduced to the baroque violin early in her teenage years, and through an amalgamation of excellent teachers, mentors, and opportunities, has fostered a versatile approach to her playing, ranging from the medieval Vielle to an upcoming performance of Philip Glass’ Violin Concerto. Ellen is particularly interested in the interaction between language and music, a topic which she intends to explore as part of a PhD thesis.
Ellen is a dedicated educator and works to curate new and inclusive methods for teaching SEN students.
She graduated from RCM in 2015 with distinction and the McKenna Prize for Historical Performance.