Chloë Meade is dedicated to furthering her understanding of the violin and the music she studies. She ‘celebrates the niche’ and enjoys playing a wide range of styles including folk, tango and film music.

She has participated in Masterclasses with Thomas Gould and Giovanni Guzzo, as well as tango expert Mario Stefano Pietrodarchi. In 2014 she was the soloist in a performance of the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor at St. John’s, Smith Square. She is a member of the Scintille Quartet and has performed chamber works at venues such as the Purcell Room and St. James’s Church, Piccadilly. Chloë has played in the Royal Academy of Music Symphony Orchestra with conductors such as Christopher Warren-Green, Yan Pascal Tortelier, Jac van Steen, Marin Alsop, Sir Mark Elder, John Wilson and Ed Gardner, and in 2017 played under the baton of composer James Newton-Howard in concert at the Royal Albert Hall. She was also invited back as an alumna of the FSO that year to lead a performance of Verdi’s Requiem at the Royal Festival Hall. In 2019 she featured in the hit film ‘Rocketman’, leading the orchestra conducted by the young Elton John in a dream sequence. In 2020, she was invited to be Concertmaster for the Jesus College Cambridge Bach Festival; culminating in his magnificent B minor mass, and will return for the second festival in May 2022.

Chloë has an undergraduate degree from the Royal Academy of Music, and is currently completing her Masters there, studying with Joshua Fisher & Jonathan Stone.

Chloe Meade. Photo taken by Liz Isles (