Eunsley Park (violin) is a British / South Korean violinist. She studied with Itzhak Rashkovsky at the Royal College of Music on the artist diploma course as an RCM scholar, and graduated with her Masters in Music (Performance) with Distinction. She was selected as as a 'RCM Rising Star 2013', a Concordia Foundation Artist 2014, and her awards include the MBF Postgraduate Performance Award, the MMSF Philharmonia/Meyer Award, the Albert Cooper Award and the Counter of Munster Award. Oher competition successes include 3rd prizes of the Tunbridge Wells Young International Concert Artists Competition. Previously Eunsley studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School, and in Vienna on an exchange programme. She has performed in prestigious venues throughout the world, and has broadcast on BBC Radio 3, for the Proms Plus in 2013, and performed at the Council of Europe in Strasbourg. She will make her Bridgewater Hall and St John's Smith Square recital debut next year. She has been concertmaster of the Menuhin School and RCM symphony orchestras and she also performs and tours with the London Chamber Orchestra and the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Samuel Queen was born in London, and read English at Cambridge University, where he was awarded the Sir Rudolph Peters Prize for Music, before training at the Royal Academy Opera Course, where he won prizes for opera, Lieder and English Song. His operatic appearances include the Mozart baritone roles, Blazes in Maxwell Davies's The Lighthouse (RAO), Le Fauteuil in Ravel's L'enfant et les sortilèges (BBCSO/Denève) and Schaunard. He covered the role of Don Alfonso for Garsington Opera in 2015. Equally at home in concerts and song recitals, Sam made his Wigmore Hall debut in 2014, singing Lieder by Schumann and Schubert. Concert experience includes many of the major oratorios, and he is becoming known for his performances of Christus in Bach's Passions, and the Requiems of Fauré, Brahms and Duruflé. Samuel also maintains a busy private teaching studio, and is committed to music education projects.
Audrey Hyland studied at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, winning all the major prizes for accompaniment and chamber music. She won the Sir Henry Richardson Prize for accompanists. Her own recital group, Songsmiths, recently received great critical acclaim for their Wigmore Hall debut. Audrey is also in great demand as a vocal coach. She is a professor at the Royal Academy of Music where she works with both singers and accompanists. She also works with the National Opera Studio and the Covent Garden Young Artist Programme, London. She has given masterclasses in Sweden, Denmark and in London and her career as an accompanist has taken her all around the world.