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Recital by Ellie Fagg & Eleanor Meynell
Monday 24th June 2024 at 8:00 pm

Ellie Fagg (Violin) and Eleanor Meynell (Piano)

Beethoven – Violin Sonata in G major Op. 30 no. 3

Pauline Viardot – 6 Morceaux

Lili Boulanger – Nocturne

Rebecca Clarke – Midsummer Moon

Entrance is Free to Friends of The Arts at St George’s


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Refreshments will not be available at this event.

Artist Information

Ellie Fagg


Described by the Strad magazine as playing ‘with a sense of enchantment’, Ellie Fagg enjoys an exciting and eclectic career performing as a soloist, chamber musician, leader and orchestral player.

Her love of chamber music began at the age of seven at Pro Corda and she went on to lead the National Youth Orchestra in 2001. She studied at the Royal College of Music as an Associated Board Scholar and won coveted awards from MBF and Countess of Munster.
In 2023, Ellie led and directed the London Chamber Orchestra at Cadoghan Hall and the United Strings of Europe in Glasgow. She appeared many times as leader and soloist with the Picadilly Sinfonietta in London and across the UK. Ellie has had the pleasure of performing and touring with the LSO for 20 years.

She is an avid chamber musician, collaborating in piano trios with Warren Mailey Smith and Kath Jenkinson, and, as a member of the Puertas Quartet she reached the semi-final of the Bordeaux International String Quartet competition, made three tours of New Zealand and recorded two CDs on Atoll records with critical acclaim.

She is looking forward to a busy 2024 of chamber music with enSEmble26, USE, the Razumovsky Quartet and guest leading with various string quartets. Ellie also enjoys the occasional evening playing in the musical Hamilton!
Ellie plays on a 1715 Daniel Parker violin which was once owned by Fritz Kreisler.


Eleanor Meynell


Eleanor won a scholarship to Chetham’s School of Music at the age of 11 where she studied with Heather Slade-Lipkin and Ryzsard Bakst. During her time there she was a prize- winner in several national and international competitions winning Bromsgrove Young Musician of the Year aged 15. She also was awarded both ARCM and LGSM diplomas while still at school. Eleanor has broadcast as a soloist and chamber musician on BBC Radio 3, Classic Fm and Radio Belfast London and is currently on the staff at Goldsmiths College and Trinity Laban College of Music and where she accompanies and coaches. Eleanor made her Wigmore Hall debut in 2015 playing with the Monteverdi Choir in part-songs by Schubert and Brahms which received critical acclaim in The Times. Eleanor performs concertos and recitals throughout the UK and has recorded 3 discs: solo discs of Scriabin and Debussy, composers associated with Leipzig and a song recital album with soprano Luci Briginshaw. Together with fellow musicians Ellie Fagg and Tom Norris, Eleanor co-founded ensemble26 bringing high quality music to their local community in Sydenham and regularly performs major chamber works in addition to children’s concerts. Eleanor owns a Steinway concert grand which she acquired from the South Bank Centre which is hired out regularly for recordings and concerts. Eleanor also highly values music for those living with dementia and provides interactive music services for several care homes in Greenwich.

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