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Eliette Harris Biography
Eliette Harris is a British violinist from Brighton. Eliette was honoured to study with Yossi Zivoni during her undergraduate and continued her studies with Krzysztof Śmietana at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she held a scholarship. Eliette is grateful to receive scholarships from the RMNEF, Zetland Foundation and Westdene Trust, and to play on a wonderful 1740 Calcanius violin kindly awarded to her by the Harrison Frank Family Foundation.
As a soloist she has been invited to play masterclasses with Boris Belkin, Mauricio Fuks, and Yair Kless amongst others. Chamber music is an incredibly important part of her musical life and her work with the Larisa Trio remains central to her career. Eliette performs with a number of orchestras and ensembles across the UK including the BBC Philharmonic, Hallé, and Manchester Camerata.
Eliette feels very passionately about music education, having had the privilege of learning with incredible tutors she feels very indebted to. She teaches across a number of musical settings, working with both children and adults and helping them develop their musical expression and identity.