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Amelia Conway-Jones (Violin) Profile

Amelia's Orchestral bookings include …

  • Orchestras: Academy of St Martin In The Fields, Amadeus Orchestra, BBC Symphony Orchestra, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players, London Philharmonic Orchestra, MULTI-STORY ORCHESTRA, Mozart Symphony Orchestra, Orchestra of the Swan, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Sound Collective, Southern Sinfonia.
  • Orchestras (Opera/Ballet): Nevill Holt Opera, Opera della Luna, Royal Opera House Orchestra.
  • Chamber Orchestras: Arensky Chamber Orchestra, Aurora Orchestra, Brandenburg Sinfonia, City of London Sinfonia, City of Oxford Orchestra, English Symphony Orchestra, L'Orchestre du Monde, Milton Keynes City Orchestra.
  • Chamber Ensembles: Berkeley Ensemble.
  • Chamber Groups: Adderbury Ensemble, Bristol Ensemble.
  • Sessions: Hilary Skewes.

other items of interest …

  • Orchestra of the Swan (co-leader) - concerts and recordings for Somm Recordings and Avie and UK tour with band James

    Trials (* = current trial)
  • BBC NOW trial for second violin no. 3 (50% position)
  • Philharmonia Orchestra rank and file first violin
  • RLPO trial for first violin section player (50% position)
  • Royal Opera House Orchestra trial for tutti first violin *

  • Arensky Chamber Ensemble
  • The Aurora Chamber Orchestra
  • Cheltenham Internation Festival Players
  • English Symphony Orchestra
  • European Union Youth Orchestra
  • Orpheus Sinfonia

Chamber Groups:

  • Berkeley Ensemble
  • Rivoli String Quartet

Rivoli String Quartet

    Amelia is the 1st Violin of the Rivoli String Quartet. Their performances include
  • St Mary de Lode, Gloucester (2012)
  • The Saga Pearl II Mediterranean Cruise (2011)
  • Zumaia Festival, Spain - with Jose Mari Azkue (2011)
  • Derby University Multi Faith Centre
  • Cité des Arts, Paris - with London Schubert Players, Matthew Jones and Yuri Zhislin (2010)
  • Royal Academy of Music - with London Schubert Palyers, Ken Aiso and Yuri Zhislin (2010)
  • Recitals at the Artrix Theatre, Bromsgrove, and St Anne's College, Oxford (2010)

Solo Performances:

  • Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 with Cheltenham Symphony Orchestra in Annecy, France (2008)
  • Dvorak Romance with Cheltenham Symphony Orchestra in Annecy, France (2010)
  • Mozart Violin Concerto No. 2 with The Orchestra of Situation Opera (2009)
  • Cheltenham Spring Series solo recital (2007)
  • Cheltenham International Festival recitals (2004/06)

Theatre Performances:

  • Flyboy is Alone Again this Christmas, the Pit theatre, Barbican (2010-11)
  • Flyboy and the Robot, National Theatre Flytower (2009)
  • Sad Lucy; A Fish Opera, Little Angel Theatre (2010)


  • Bootleg Beatles


  • Hilary Skewes (Buick Productions) - film and album sessions
  • Recording for a new installation at the Science Museum

Amelia is a member, tutti 1sts, of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House. Previously Amelia was co-leader of the Orchestra of the Swan (OOTS) and has lead OOTS on a number of occasions.

As a freelancer Amelia has worked with the Philharmonia Orchestra, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, LPO, CBSO and London Mozart Players. She has toured extensively with the Philharmonia, most recently to China and South Korea. Her studio work includes film and game scores, both with the Philharmonia and for Hilary Skewes, as well as classical sessions with the Orchestra of the Swan, Philharmonia and LPO.

Amelia trained as an apprentice animateur with Spitalfields music and is a versatile supporting musician as she really enjoys improvising.


Graduate studies

Royal College of Music (BMus(Hons)) and Royal Academy of Music (MA)

Prizes and Awards

  • Gloucester Young Musician of the Year (2006)
  • Music Scholar for English Speaking Union Gloucestershire Branch (2004-07)
  • Keith Nutland Award (2003)


Yossi Zivoni, Erich Gruenberg. Amelia has taken part in masterclasses with Thomas Brandis, Tasmin Little, Zvi Zeitlin and the Debussy Quartet.

Amelia joined Morgensterns in January 2012

Amelia's web profile was last updated 29th Aug 2019


Amelia Conway-Jones (Violin) Profile

Amelia is a member, tutti 1sts, of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.

Previously Amelia was co-leader of the Orchestra of the Swan (OOTS) and has lead the orchestra on a number of occasions. She has performed with OOTS on the Southbank Show with Tasmin Little in the World Premiere of Roxanna Panufnik's Japanese Spring. With the Orchestra of the Swan she has also recorded the first performance of Bax' recently orchestrated Piano Concerto and recently enjoyed a UK tour with the band James, performing at venues including the Liverpool Philharmonic Hall, Bridgewater Hall and the Albert Hall.

Amelia has performed concertos in England, France, Italy and Australia. She presented solo recitals in the Cheltenham International Festival in 2004 and 2006 and was subsequently invited by Festival Director Martyn Brabbins to play in the prestigious Festival Players ensemble in the 2007 and 2008 festivals.

Having gained a First Class Honours Degree from the Royal College of Music where she studied with Yossi Zivoni, Amelia went on to study with Erich Gruenberg at the Royal Academy of Music.

In recent years Amelia has toured Europe under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy with the European Union Youth Orchestra, performed for the Queen on Maundy Thursday and recorded at Abbey Road Studios for films including State of Play and for Lauren Pritchard's debut album Wasted in Jackson.

Amelia also enjoys improvising and cross arts work. She was violinist in Matthew Robins' Flyboy is alone again this Christmas at the Pit Theatre, Barbican during December 2010 and January 2011. She has also worked with Matthew on projects at the Little Angel theatre, National Theatre and in the Barbican Art Gallery.

In 2010 Amelia joined the Rivoli Quartet, winners of the Prix Ravel at the Académie Internationale de Musique Maurice Ravel. The Rivolis were featured artists in the Making Music Concert Promoters Network Brochure for 2010-11 and perform for music societies nationwide, as well as abroad, including a recent trip to Paris with the London Schubert Players.

Amelia was Gloucestershire Young Musician of the Year 2006 and won the Keith Nutland award in 2003. During her time at the RCM she was awarded sponsorship by the English Speaking Union.

When she is not performing Amelia enjoys teaching and education work and has taken part and led projects at King's Place, London; Welcombe Hills Special School, Stratford; and West London Day Centre for homeless people. Last year she trained as a workshop leader through the Music Animateur Apprenticeship Scheme, part of Spitalfields Music's Learning and Participation Programme and is looking forward to her role as a supporting musician on a Spitalfields project at Phoenix School during the spring and summer.


Amelia Conway-Jones (Violin) Profile

Education/Outreach experience

  • Spitalfields project, Phoenix Special School, London
  • Young Musicians at the Tabernacle Workshops, various primary schools, London
  • "Goulash" - presentation for actor and string qartet, Ashmount School, London
  • Spitalfields Music Animateur Apprentice Scheme (2010-11)
  • Orchestra of the Swan - Cre8us Project at Welcombe Hills Special School, Stratford-upon-Avon (2010)
  • Mandeville Bursary Project - St Mary's Primary School, Aylesbury (2010)
  • Improvisation workshops at the West London Day Centre for homeless people (2010)
  • King's Place Family Weekend - violin masterclasses (2009)
  • English Touring Opera at the National Portrait Gallery (2009)
  • Amelia started a teaching programme aimed at 3-5 year olds called Scutterbugs Prepare to Play
  • Music in Hospitals


Amelia Conway-Jones (Violin) Profile


  • Carducci Classics: Joseph Horovitz - Fantasia and Quartets, Carducci quartet and friends
  • Somm Recordings: Bax/Ireland Piano Concertos, Orchestra of the Swan with Mark Bebbington, conducted by David Curtis
  • Somm Recordings: Finzi/ Copland Clarinet Concertos and Appalaican Spring, Orchestra of the Swan with Sarah Williamson, conducted by David Curtis
  • Avie: Gal/Schumann Symphony No. 3, Orchestra of the Swan conducted by Kenneth Woods
  • Island: Lauren Pritchard, "Wasted in Jackson"


The Scotsman: "audacious accompaniment from Orchestra of the Swan and the Manchester Consort Choir, whose transformative contribution seduced by stealth in the early stages before sweeping the crowd along on a tidal wave of euphoria".
Orchestra of the Swam at Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, 25th October 2011.

Christopher Morley, for Birmingham Post: "the orchestra was truly on song, spirited and generous"
Orchestra of the Swan at Birmingham Town Hall, 19th October 2011

Mike Wheeler: "The group's immaculate unison at the start of Mozart's E flat Quartet, K428, made you sit up immediately and take notice, particularly of their rich but clear tone."
Rivoli String Quartet at Derby University, 15th April 2011. www.mvdaily.com/2011/04/rivoli.htm.

Eileen Ann Moore, for West Somerset Free Press: "The Quartet's outstanding technical ability was demonstrated from the first bars, with superb acoustics resonating from the wood panelled stone wall."
Rivoli String Quartet at Minehead and West Somerset Arts Society, 23rd January 2011


Amelia Conway-Jones (Violin) Profile

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