Suzanne Loze

Suzanne Loze's early violin studies were with her grandfather, before going on to study with Erika Klemperer at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She graduated in 1985 to become a freelance violinist with various orchestras, working mostly with the London Mozart Players. In 1988 she joined the Bournemouth Sinfonietta and became co-principal 2nd violin until the orchestra's demise in 1999. Since then she has freelanced with most of the London orchestras including the RPO, Philharmonia, London Sinfonietta, CLS, ENO, and Britten Sinfonia in which she is a member. She has also played in West End shows such as Phantom of the Opera and been guest 2nd violin leader in CBSO.

Suzanne's career includes playing much chamber music and is a member of the Cirrus sextet. She has been leader of the Essex Chamber Orchestra since 2006 and was soloist in the Beethoven violin concerto in 2013. She also teaches privately, at Brentwood School and Great Baddow School.

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