Violinist Emily Nebel is enjoying a varied career as orchestral leader, recitalist and chamber musician.
Over the last few years Emily Nebel has gained recognition as an orchestral leader across Europe, appearing with the London Symphony Orchestra, Royal Scottish National Orchestra and Staatstheater Darmstadt as well as other ensembles in Germany, Sweden and Belgium. Most recently, she performed with Sweden’s Aurora Chamber Orchestra as co-leader and principal second violin and recorded her debut album of French sonatas with Jean-Sélim Abdelmoula, which will be released in the spring of 2020. She has appeared as soloist with several orchestras, including the Cleveland Orchestra and Phoenix Symphony, as well as the Academy Symphony Orchestra with John Wilson for a performance of Walton’s Violin Concerto last year. An avid chamber musician, Nebel has been invited to numerous chamber music seminars, most notably Prussia Cove International Musicians Seminar and Open Chamber Music, Domaine Forget, Toronto Summer Music Festival, and Birdfoot Festival in New Orleans. Following studies in Cleveland, Houston and Frankfurt, Emily settled in London after graduating from the Advanced Diploma programme at the Royal Academy of Music.