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Lorraine McAslan


Lorraine McAslan trained initially at London’s Royal Academy as a pupil of David Martin (whose early studies were with Kathleen Parlow in Canada) and then, on the recommendation of Isaac Stern, moved to New York at seventeen to study with Dorothy DeLay at the Juilliard School. Her European début was with the Bern Symphony Orchestra on live radio and she has broadcast and appeared on television many times in Britain. McAslan’s discography covers a range of standard repertory, although she is known as a specialist in music by British composers. Her first recording was of the Elgar and Walton Sonatas, followed by a highly acclaimed Britten Violin Concerto with the English Chamber Orchestra. Another album features less frequently played composers of the 1930s and includes concertos by York Bowen, Coleridge-Taylor, Arnell, Haydn Wood, and Thomas Pitfield. McAslan teaches at the Royal Academy of Music and in 2006 succeeded Laurence Jackson as first violin in the Maggini Quartet.

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