Performing on both modern and period instruments, Jacqueline Ross enjoys a unique and varied career. Born in New York, she studied with Joseph Fuchs at the Juilliard School, continued with Saschko Gawriloff in Cologne, and later studied baroque violin with Lucy van Dael in Amsterdam. Her acclaimed recordings include the complete Bach Solo Sonatas and Partitas. Currently professor at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, she is also on the faculty of Festival MusicAlp in Courchevel, and Summit Festival in New York. She is regularly invited to give masterclasses, and to adjudicate at major competitions internationally. Her research into performance practice has been supported by the Dutch Arts and Humanities Research Board, the British Council, and London Centre for Arts and Cultural Exchange, among others. She has recently been awarded a CMPCP Visiting Fellowship to Cambridge University, where her research will be applied to the preparation of a new performing edition for violin of Schubert’s “Trockne Blumen” Variations. Her GB Guadagnini violin has been financed with kind help from NW Brown and Company.