Mei Yi Foo (piano) is from Malaysia and showed remarkable early talent, performing extensively throughout Asia, and winning an international competition in the Czech republic when aged 13. She subsequently studied at the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music. She won the Maria Callas International Piano Competition in 2008. She has played in most of the prestigious London concert venues, and has been hailed ‘ a pianist to watch' by Radio 3, and ‘a rising star' by International Piano Magazine.
Chihiro Ono (viola) was born in Japan, and studied in Tokyo, at the Guildhall School and at the Royal College of Music, where she obtained her Master's degree with distinction in 2007. Sought after both as a violinist and violist, he has performed as a soloist, a leader and a chamber musician in prestigious venues in Britain and Japan, and in many important festivals.Maia Broido (viola) was born in St Petersburg (Russia), and studied in Toronto and in Salzburg and is currently completing her masters at the Royal College of Music. Maia Broido is currently completing her masters at the Royal College of Music in London and the Mozarteum, Salzburg. She enjoys a busy career as chamber musician and orchestral player. As part of the Orchid Duo with pianist Robin Green, Maia has travelled extensively, and she regularly performs with the Salzburg Chamber Soloists
Matthew Huber (cello) studied at the Eastman School of Music, New York and at the Royal Northern College of Music, Manchester, where he obtained his Master's diploma with distinction. He is a Fellow of the Royal Schools of Music, and is currently a Young Artist in Residence at the Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel, Belgium. He is equally at home on Baroque and modern cello and enjoys chamber music, early music, solo performance, as well as teaching.
Robin Green (piano) studied at the Royal College of Music, graduating in 2008, since when obtained the Leverhulme Chamber music fellowship, and is now a staff pianist there for the conducting program. He also studied conducting. He is the former pianist of the European Union Youth Orchestra, having won the Chairman's award in 2010. He has played in prestigious venues throughout the world. He is a member of the prize-winning Françoise-Green piano duo.
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