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Violinist Nadine Galea is a graduate of the Royal College of Music where she is now on the Masters course, supported by the Joseph Calleja and Janatha Stubbs foundations, private donors and several competitive UK awards. Aged sixteen, she was handpicked and awarded a two-year scholarship by the legendary Trio di Trieste to study chamber music with them and the Trio di Parma in Italy. 

As a solo and chamber musician, Nadine has performed in Austria, Malta, Croatia, Macedonia, Slovenia and across Italy and the UK, in venues such as the Victoria and Albert Museum, St James’s Church Piccadilly, The National Gallery and Kensington Palace in London, and the Prime Minister’s Auberge for the Malta Arts Festival. As an orchestral player, she has performed in venues such as the Royal Festival Hall and Cadogan Hall in London, the Berlin Konzerthaus and Amsterdam Concertgebouw. Nadine regularly performs with the National Orchestra of Malta, and is a member the European Union Youth Orchestra amongst others, working with conductors such as Sir Colin Davis and Bernard Haitink.  

Nadine is currently a Concordia Artist and has had works dedicated to her such as Ruben Zahra’s Crimson Sunrise. She is a member of the Maltese folk-fusion quintet Nafra, performing in festivals such as the Mediterraneo Jazz Festival and Folkest broadcast on Slovenian TV (alongside Jethro Tull). Amongst several groups, she is also a member of ZHL String Quartet giving outreach performances in Covent Garden and the blues/latin/gypsy influenced Marini Trio performing in leading venues such as The Troubadour and the Elgar Room at the Royal Albert Hall.  

For more information please visit www.nadinegalea.com

 

 

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