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Eleanor Turner

Published: 19 Nov 18, 03:53pm  |  Author: DG Music

Eleanor Turner is one of the most dynamic and exciting musicians of her generation. A confident and engaging performer, Eleanor is simply mesmerising to watch.

Having made her concerto debut aged 15 with the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, conducted by Daniel Harding, Eleanor has gone on to perform all over the world in venues including The Berlin Philharmonie to the Shanghai Conservatory of Music. She won second prize in the 2011 Gaudeamus Interpreters Competition for Contemporary Music and in 2007 she won the European Harp Competition.

Now Head of Harp at The Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, Eleanor is a passionate educator too. She is a real advocate for the creative arts and draws her influences from across different disciplines. 

Not content with playing only as a soloist, Eleanor is also a member of contemporary folk band Ranagri; one half of flute and harp duo Aquilae Duo; and a founding member and quarter for Four Girls Four Harps.

Eleanor is also a prolific composer and arranger. Her first commission was from Ballet Wales and she has gone on to collaborate with performers including singer Angela Moyra, dancer Lizzie Gough, guitarist Alan Thomas and table player Mendi Singh, amongst others.

Above all, Eleanor is an extremely busy, creative and diverse musician who is always looking to create something new and interesting for her audiences, be that an interpretation of a classic piece or a brand new concept show.

Plus she fits all of this around two children and several pets!

 

Eleanor is exclusively managed by Pure Artists, the management arm of DG Music. CLICK here to view her profile in the Pure Artists website.

 

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