Chloë Hanslip (born 1987) has already established herself as an artist of distinction on the international stage. Prodigiously talented, she made her BBC Proms debut in 2002 and her US concerto debut in 2003, and has performed at major venues in the UK (Royal Festival Hall, Wigmore Hall), Europe (Vienna Musikverein, Hamburg Laeiszhalle, Paris Louvre and Salle Gaveau, St Petersburg Hermitage) as well as Carnegie Hall, Metropolitan Arts Space in Tokyo and the Seoul Arts Centre.
Her performances have included the Symphonieorchester des Bayerischen Rundfunks, Philharmonia Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, London Philharmonic, Beethoven Orchester Bonn, Bern Symphony Orchestra, Bremen Philharmonic, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Hamburg Symfoniker, Czech National Symphony, Royal Flemish Philharmonic and the Tampere Philharmonic Orchestra. Further afield her engagements include the Cincinnati Symphony, Detroit Symphony, Houston Symphony, Tokyo Metropolitan Symphony, Malaysia Philharmonic, Adelaide Symphony, Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra and the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. She has collaborated with conductors such as Sir Neville Marriner, Sir Andrew Davis, Mariss Jansons, Paavo Järvi, Charles Dutoit, Michail Jurowski and Jeffrey Tate.
Ms Hanslip has an extensive discography, most recently recording for Hyperion. Other notable recordings include Bruch Concertos with the London Symphony Orchestra (Warner Classics) for which she won the Echo Klassik Award for ‘Best Newcomer’ (2002) and ‘Young British Classical Performer’ at the Classical BRITS (2003), and a highly acclaimed recording of John Adams Violin Concerto with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra/Slatkin.
A committed chamber musician, she is a regular participant in Open Chamber Music at Prussia Cove and at the Kuhmo Chamber Music Festival in Finland. Her recital partners include Angela Hewitt, Danny Driver, Igor Tchetuev and Charles Owen.
Highlights of the 2016-17 season include concerto performances with the Royal Philharmonic, Bournemouth Symphony, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, Orchestra della Toscana, Auckland Philharmonia and Malmo Symphony. With regular duo partner Danny Driver, she undertakes a complete Beethoven Violin Sonata cycle at Turner Sims Concert Hall, a recital at London’s Wigmore Hall and will continue her chamber music collaborations at the Bergen Festival.
Chloë Hanslip studied for ten years with the Russian pedagogue Zakhar Bron. She has also worked with Christian Tetzlaff, Robert Masters, Ida Haendel, Salvatore Accardo, and Gerhard Schulz. She plays a Guarneri del Gesu 1737.