Gemma Rosefield, cello
Gemma Rosefield won the prestigious Pierre Fournier Award at Wigmore Hall in 2007, having made her international concerto debut in Oslo, Norway, where she won there at age 16, First Prize in the European Music for Youth competition.

Gemma has recently released a much acclaimed recording for Hyperion of the complete works for cello and orchestra by Sir Charles Villiers Stanford. Described by The Strad as a " mesmerising musical treasure", Gemma plays on an Alessandro Gagliano cello of 1704, formerly belonging to the Prince Regent.
Benjamin Nabarro, violin
Violinist Benjamin Nabarro has been described by Musical Opinion as " an outstanding artist ". He has performed throughout Europe, North America, Africa, and the Middle and Far East. As a soloist or guest concertmaster he has played with the BBC Symphony, BBC Scottish Symphony, English Chamber and Scottish Chamber Orchestras, and with the Philharmonia, where he played Scherezade under the baton of Charles Dutoit.

His concerto performances have won praise for their " purity of style, elegance of phrasing and unsurpassed perfection of technique " (Musical Opinion). He is a regular guest of the Nash Ensemble, where he has appeared in concerts world-wide, and has made numerous recording for Hyperion and Dutton.

This year his concerto engagements have included performances of works by Glazounov, Mendelssohn, Mozart and Brahms, and he has regularly been invited to the festivals of Schleswig Holstein, Mecklenberg-Vorpommern, Nuremberg, Cheltenham, BBC Proms, Aldeburgh and Bath. He plays on a violin made by G.B Rogeri of 1695.