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Amy has been playing the cello since she was 8 years old. At the age of 16 she won a place at the prestigious Royal Academy of Music Junior Academy in London where she studied with Tony Woollard. At 18 she moved to Manchester to study for her bachelors degree at the Royal Northern College of Music with Peter Dixon from the BBC Philharmonic. She also received lessons and masterclasses from soloist's Leonard Elsenbroisch and Miklos Perenyi. She now plays full time in the Countess of Wessex's String Orchestra as part of the Royal Corps of Army Music in The British Army. She performs solo cello for HM The King and other members of the Royal Family on a number of occasions. She's also been on a number of BBC TV broadcasts, performed in Buckingham Palace and many more world renowned venues including the Royal Albert Hall. Amongst the high profile environments she regularly performs in, Amy has plenty of experience in all types of performing such as orchestral, session, weddings and choral works.


Artists Amy's worked with: Alicia Keys, Mimi Webb, Sigala, Andrea BocceliFreya Ridings, Sophie Ellis-Bexter, Nicola Roberts, Sheridan Smith, Sweet Female Attitude, Anton DuBeke, Shane Ritchie, Beverly Knight, Katherine Jenkins, Griff Rhys and Bryn Terfel.


Orchestras and ensembles: Countess of Wessex's String Orchestra, Co- Principal of Piccadilly Symphony Orchestra, member of OneOrchestra, performed in GarageClassical and the Ignition Orchestra. FeelGoodTheatre Productions.


Teaching Organisations: OneEducation Ltd, Chorlton Music Centre & Sheffield Music Academy. Mentor with Lancashire Youth Orchestra and the English Symphony Orchestra for their established Youth ensemble.


Alongside this she has performed at many weddings and ceremonies within quartets, trios and as a solo cellist.

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