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ELEANOR TURNER

Since her London concerto début at the age of fifteen, with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields conducted by Daniel Harding, British harpist Eleanor Turner has been earning a worldwide reputation for her recital, concerto and chamber music performances. These include appearances at the Berlin Philharmonie Kammermusiksaal, the Musiekgeouw Aant Ij in Amsterdam, and the Wigmore Hall in London, as well as performances in New Orleans and Sydney. Eleanor Turner has won numerous international awards. In the 2007 European Harp Competition she won first prize; at the Dutch Harp Competition in 2010 third prize, with the Peutz Audience Award; and a year later second prize in the Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition in Amsterdam. She studied with Daphne Boden at the Royal College of Music Junior Department, then later with Alison Nicholls. She is constantly innovating with the harp, creating and commissioning new music for both the acoustic and electro-acoustic harps. To this end she has been awarded funds by The Tillett Trust, the PRS Foundation for New Music, the Musicians Benevolent Fund and the Wingate Scholarship.

Role: Classical Artist 
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