“Chloë Hanslip here gives formidably mature performances, marked by dazzling virtuosity, flawless intonation, phenomenal attack and above all a genuine depth of expression and sensitivity matched to the style of each piece” Gramophone Magazine, November 2001 At the age of twenty, Chloë is already an established international artist of distinction. Her recent recording for Naxos of the John Adams Violin Concerto with the RPO under Leonard Slatkin entered the UK Classical Charts at number 2, and Phillip Clark, writing in Gramophone, concluded that 'Playing like this should secure Chloë Hanslip's reputation for life'. Her two earlier CDs with the London Symphony Orchestra for Warner Classics, won her, respectively, the German 'Echo Klassik Award for Best Newcomer' in 2002, and 'Young British Classical Performer' at the Classical BRITS 2003. Last season Chloë made an impressive debut with Mariss Jansons and the Symphonieorchester des Bayerische Rundfunk in the Munich Gasteig. She made her BBC Proms debut in 2002, her US concerto debut in 2003, and has performed in major venues in the UK (Barbican, Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall, Wigmore Hall) Europe (Vienna Musikverein, Louvre and Salle Gaveau, Paris, the Hermitage in St.Petersburg) as well as Carnegie Hall, and the Seoul Arts Centre. Orchestras she has performed with include the London Symphony Orchestra, Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Philharmonia, Royal Philharmonic, Hallé, BBC Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, Royal Scottish National and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestras, the City of London Sinfonia, Seattle Symphony, Malaysian Philharmonic, Czech National Symphony, Lithuanian National Symphony, Belgrade Philharmonic, and the Tokyo Symphony Orchestras. Chloë’s teachers have included Natasha Boyarskaya, Zakhar Bron, the Russian pedagogue, who was her mentor for ten years, Salvatore Accardo, and more recently Gerhard Schulz of the Alban Berg Quartet. Bryn Terfel, winner of Hamburg’s 2006 Alfred Töpfer Shakespeare Prize for outstanding contribution to the Anglo-Saxon cultural heritage of Europe, has chosen Chloë as this year’s promising young artist to receive a scholarship for further studies. At ten, Chloë appeared as the 'infant prodigy violinist' in Ralph Fiennes’ film adaptation of Pushkin`s 'Evgeny Onegin', and made a significant contribution to Maxim Vengerov’s Master Class, shown on Channel 4 as part of the documementary ‘Playing by Heart’. She was the first instrumentalist invited by Bryn Terfel to play in the Opera Night at his Faenol Festival, and has performed for the Duke of Edinburgh in Windsor and Greenwich, given the European Premiere of Sir John Tavener’s 'Ikon of Eros', and the World Premiere of the first extract of Andrew Lloyd-Webbers 'Phantasia on Phantom of the Opera’. Chamber Music has become an integral part of Chloë`s life. She is a regular participant in Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove, working with Steven Isserlis and Gerhard Schulz, and a regular performer at the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland. In 2005 she received a personal invitation from Seiji Ozawa to attend his inaugural Chamber Music Festival in Blonay, Switzerland, which was subsequently extended to 2006 and 2007.