Rosalind Ventris


Rosalind Ventris leads an international career as a soloist and chamber musician. Her career was launched as a prizewinner of the Tertis Competition, aged 17. As a recitalist, she has appeared at the Bozar, Royal Festival Hall, Purcell Room, Wigmore Hall, Flagey, Aldeburgh Festival, Slovak Philharmonic and the Concertgebouw.

Rosalind has performed as a soloist with the European Union Chamber Orchestra, Sinfonia Cymru, l’Orchestre Royal de Chambre de Wallonie and the Belgian National Orchestra. She has collaborated with Mitsuko Uchida at Marlboro Festival, the Arcanto Quartett at the Beethovenhaus in Bonn, and Gerhard Schultz at the Salzburg Festival, Tabea Zimmermann at the Wigmore Hall, and she has also given concerts with the Benedetti-Elschenbroich-Grynyuk Trio, and the Aronowitz Ensemble. Recent engagements include performances at the Auditorium du Louvre, Båstad Festival, Het Concertgebouw, Bridgewater Hall, West Cork Festival and Machynlleth Festival. Rosalind has recorded for Delphian, Signum and Navona, and she has recorded Richard Blackford’s Kalon for string quartet and orchestra with the Czech Philharmonic.

Rosalind read Music at Cambridge and studied with David Takeno at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She is the violist of flute, viola and harp ensemble Trio Anima and teaches at the Royal Irish Academy of Music.