Violinist Anna Tulchinskaya, 23, is currently studying as a post graduate scholar at the Royal Northern College of Music under the guidance of her two professors, Leland Chen and Pavel Fischer. Throughout her time at the Northern, she has played in numerous masterclasses, including with Ning Feng and Mauricio Fuks. Anna has performed recitals in various venues across England, including the David Attenborough Centre and Bury Parish Church. Recently, Anna performed Lucy Hale’s violin concerto with the RNCM Orchestra. In 2018, Anna completed her studies at the Royal College of Music, with Natalia Lomeiko. Throughout her undergraduate, Anna participated in numerous chamber music masterclasses and concerts at the RCM with her piano trio and string quartet. These included masterclasses with members of the Sacconni Quartet, Christoph Richter and Thomas Zehetmair. In addition, Anna regularly participated in the RCM Symphony Orchestra, giving her the opportunity to work with conductors such as Bernard Haitink and Vladimir Ashkenazy.
Since participating in a summer course in Drachten, with the leader of the London Haydn Quartet, Anna has begun to explore Baroque music. She is regularly participating in Baroque chamber music at the RNCM, and has had lessons with violinist Polly Nobes.
Currently, Anna plays on a 1770 Gagliano, loaned to her by the Benslows Music Trust.
Future engagements include playing Glazunov Violin Concerto with Burnley Sumphony Orchestra, Mozart 5 Concerto with Settle Orchestra and Tchaikovsky Concerto with Blackburn Symphony Orchestra.