The Harrison-Frank Family Foundation

Sabine Sergejeva

Sabine Sergejeva was born in 1998 in Riga. She started playing the violin at the age of 7 and is a recent graduate of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (class of David Takeno). Sabine has given numerous recitals across the UK including venues such as St James’s Piccadilly, St John’s Waterloo, Milton Court Concert Hall and others. She has participated in various festivals and masterclasses in France, Netherlands and Belgium playing for musicians such as Renaud Capuçon, Philippe Graffin, Krysztof Wegrzyn, Tobias Steymans, Ilya Grubert, Miguel da Silva and Jean Frédéric Neuburger.
As a member of the Accendo string quartet – she has performed in various concerts halls including Barbican Centre and Wigmore Hall as well as given performances in Portugal and Austria. The Accendo quartet are also the winners of the intercollegiate string quartet competition “Cavatina” (2018). They have collaborated with musicians such as András Keller, David Waterman, Levon Chilingirian, the Emerson quartet and the Takacs quartet.
Since 2020 Sabine is a member of chamber orchestra Kremerata Baltica led by violinist Gidon Kremer. Their collaborations include soloists such as Martha Argerich, Misha Maisky, Pinchas Zukerman, Nabuko Imai, Nicolas Aldstaedt and Lucas Debargue. Sabine is also an artist with Talent Unlimited in London. She is a recipient of Silver medal award from the Worshipful company of Musicians (2021). Sabine plays on a violin made by Pietro Pallotta (1814, Italy) on a generous loan by the Harrison-Frank Family Foundation.

(Photo: Foppe Schut)