The Harrison-Frank Family Foundation

Elizaveta Saul

Violinist Elizaveta Saul has given recitals throughout the UK, Italy, Germany, Switzerland, Belgium, France and Norway, with her UK appearances including Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Royal Albert Hall. She holds awards from a number of national and international competitions and festivals and has participated in master-classes with well-known musicians, such as Maxim Vengerov, Alexander Markov and Tatiana Samouil. Her concerto engagements include Sampson Symphony, Croydon Symphony, Guildford Symphony, Chetham’s Symphony and Belarussian Symphony and Chamber orchestras. Elizaveta is a recent graduate of the Royal College of Music where she completed both her Bachelor of Music and Master of Performance degrees with Alexander Gilman and Jan Repko, achieving First Class and Distinction respectively. While at the RCM Elizaveta was the Hamilton Stewart Scholar supported by the Lydia Napper Award, and had held scholarships from ABRSM, Stephen Bell Charitable Trust, Help Musicians UK and the Drake Calleja Trust. As an active chamber music performer, she has collaborated with world class musicians such as Peter Frankl and worked alongside Carducci and Harlem quartets, as well as being a member of LGT Young Soloists. She has appeared as the leader of RCM Symphony, Opera and Philharmonic orchestras on numerous occasions and recorded at Abbey Road Studios. Elizaveta regularly performs with Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra and Covent Garden Sinfonia amongst many others, and has held leading positions with Piccadilly Sinfonietta, The Beaufoy Sinfonia and Parsons Green Sinfonia. Elizaveta is performing on a 1775 Landolfi violin on a generous loan from the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.