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Nicholas Stringfellow began learning the cello through the Rotherham Music Service, continuing his studies at Chetham’s School of Music, the Royal Northern College of Music with Clive Greensmith, and the Royal College of Music with Anna Shuttleworth and Anthony Pleeth. Soon after relocating to London for a position as a music librarian with the BBC, he joined Spirituoso, the resident ensemble at Handel House, and Mercurius Company.

Stringfellow collaborated with choreographer Will Tuckett on Archduke Variations with members of the Royal Ballet and the Artaria Piano Trio, and an appointment as cellist in the London Mozart Ensemble saw the beginning of Stringfellow’s musical relationship with violinist David le Page. In 2004 Stringfellow was invited to became principal cellist of the Orchestra of the Swan. He has also worked as a soloist with the orchestra, and recently gave the European premiere of Douglas J. Cuomo’s Black Diamond Express Train to Hell for solo cello, sampler and orchestra.

Stringfellow performed a series of concerts, presenting the unaccompanied cello suites by Bach, at Ludlow Festival in 2012. Continually in demand as an orchestral principal, he also works with many eminent artists in the rock and pop world, leading cello sections for Smokey Robinson, Dionne Warwick, and Gloria Estefan among others. He has appeared many times as a guest cellist with the Fitzwilliam String Quartet, and at the Renewal Arts Festival 2008 in Caux, Switzerland the ensemble collaborated with saxophonist Uwe Steinmetz for a performance of the jazz suite Absolutely. Stringfellow is the cellist of the Villiers Quartet.

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