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Miriam Teppich (Violin) Web Profile

Orchestral bookings (since October 2011)

  • Orchestras: Academy of St Martin In The Fields, BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Mozart Players, London Symphony Orchestra, Musical Associates (UK) Limited, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.
  • Orchestras (Opera/Ballet): English National Opera Orchestra, JB Management, Royal Opera House Orchestra.
  • Chamber Orchestras: Brandenburg Sinfonia, English Chamber Orchestra.
  • Sessions: Cool Music Ltd.

Miriam's orchestral work also includes

invitations to perform as guest principal 2nd violin with the Philharmonia Orchestra, City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, the London Mozart Players and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, as guest co-leader of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra, and as guest leader with the Norwegian Opera Orchestra.

Miriam Teppich is a member of London Mozart Players and has been invited as Guest Principal with orchestras in the UK such as London Philharmonic Orchestra, London Mozart Players, Philharmonia Orchestra, Orchestra of English National Opera, Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. She has also led the Norwegian Opera Orchestra in Oslo.

Miriam was born in London and won the Frederick Grinke Scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Sheila Nelson, continuing her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with David Takeno and Mark Knight and later at the Paris Conservatoire with Boris Garlitski and Jean Jaques Kanterow. She was a string finalist in BBC Young Musician of the Year in 1996 and the following year won the Julius Isserlis Scholarship from the Royal Philharmonic Society.

In the UK Miriam won many prizes for solo and chamber music playing including the Rose Bowl in the Guildhall Gold Medal for a performance of Bartok's 1st Violin Concerto in the Barbican Hall, London. She has also received awards from the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund, the Hattori Foundation and the Rotary Club of Great Britain and played in masterclasses with Lorand Fenyves at the International Musician's Seminar at Prussia Cove, Cornwall as well as attending the Aspen Festival in Colorado, USA.

Whilst in Paris, Miriam led the chamber orchestra Jeune Orchestre Lyrique Francais as well as the orchestra of Academie de XXème Siècle under the baton of Pierre Boulez.

Miriam has made solo and chamber music appearances at the Purcell Room, the Wigmore Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. A duo partnership with pianist Elli Spacova was formed in 1999 and recitals have been well received in London and Paris. Miriam has also performed concertos by Barber, Bruch, Elgar, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Brahms with various orchestras in the UK.

Miriam plays a violin by Joseph Panormo 1810.

EDUCATION

Graduate studies

Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Paris Conservatoire.

Prizes and Awards

  • Finalist in BBC young musicians (1996)
  • Julius Isserlis Scholarship from the Royal Philharmonic Society (1997)

Teachers

Sheila Nelson. David Takeno. Mark Knight. Jean-Jaques Kanterow. Boris Garlitski.

Miriam joined Morgensterns in October 2001

Miriam's web profile was last updated 1st Oct 2016

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Miriam Teppich (Violin) Web Profile

Miriam has made solo and chamber music appearances at the Purcell Room, the Wigmore Hall and the Royal Albert Hall. A duo partnership with pianist Elli Spacova was formed in 1999 and recitals have been well received in London and Paris. Miriam has also performed concertos by Barber, Bruch, Elgar, Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Brahms with various orchestras in the UK.

Miriam Teppich is a member of London Mozart Players and has been invited as Guest Leader of the Norwegian Opera Orchestra as well as Guest Co-Leader of Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Guest Principal 2nd Violin with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Mozart Players, the Philharmonia Orchestra and the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.

Miriam was born in London and won the Frederick Grinke Scholarship to study at the Royal Academy of Music with Sheila Nelson, continuing her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama with David Takeno and Mark Knight and later at the Paris Conservatoire with Boris Garlitski and Jean Jaques Kanterow. She was a string finalist in BBC Young Musician of the Year in 1996 and the following year won the Julius Isserlis Scholarship from the Royal Philharmonic Society.

In the UK Miriam won many prizes for solo and chamber music playing including the Rose Bowl in the Guildhall Gold Medal for a performance of Bartok's 1st Violin Concerto in the Barbican Hall, London. She has also received awards from the Martin Musical Scholarship Fund, the Hattori Foundation and the Rotary Club of Great Britain and played in masterclasses with Lorand Fenyves at the International Musician's Seminar at Prussia Cove, Cornwall as well as attending the Aspen Festival in Colorado, USA.

Whilst in Paris, Miriam led the chamber orchestra Jeune Orchestre Lyrique Francais as well as the orchestra of Academie de XXème Siècle under the baton of Pierre Boulez.

Miriam plays a violin by Joseph Panormo 1810.

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Miriam Teppich (Violin) Web Profile

Miriam's web links

www.ensemblereza.com

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Miriam Teppich (Violin) Web Profile

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