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Jennifer Pike has emerged in recent seasons as one of the most gifted of the younger generation of British artists. Currently a member of the high profile BBC New Generation Artist Scheme, Jennifer is a regularly featured artist with many of the BBC orchestras and chamber music series. Her close relationship with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis dates back to her victory at the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2002, when her performance of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto saw her become the youngest ever winner of the competition.

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Jennifer Pike has emerged in recent seasons as one of the most gifted of the younger generation of British artists. Currently a member of the high profile BBC New Generation Artist Scheme, Jennifer is a regularly featured artist with many of the BBC orchestras and chamber music series. Her close relationship with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis dates back to her victory at the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2002, when her performance of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto saw her become the youngest ever winner of the competition.

Jennifer Pike’s success at the BBC competition led to immediate recognition, particularly in the UK, and at the age of fifteen she made her BBC Proms debut. Despite frequent similar high profile performances, Jennifer has maintained a carefully balanced programme of education and development over recent years that has seen her mature steadily, growing into a wonderfully thoughtful musician and technically impressive violinist. Public acclaim continued at the start of 2008 when Jennifer was honoured with The South Bank Show/The Times Breakthrough Award, in acknowledgement of the impact that she made throughout the arts during 2007. In 2009, she was awarded one of only three London Music Masters awards, which help support the career of exceptional young violinists and also act as an opportunity for the award holders to work with students participating in the exciting and innovative educational scheme, the Bridge Project.

Currently signed to the Chandos label, Jennifer recently released her debut record, a disc of French recital repertoire with pianist Martin Roscoe, to wide critical acclaim; the Telegraph’s Geoffrey Norris enthused that Pike “gives thoroughly idiomatic, glistening performances of three core French violin sonatas. This is playing that brims with character, bringing a smoky seductiveness to the finale of the Debussy.” This season she will record both the Rozsa Violin Concerto with the BBC Philharmonic and the Chausson Concerto for Violin, Piano and Strings with the Doric Quartet.

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Jennifer Pike has emerged in recent seasons as one of the most gifted of the younger generation of British artists. Currently a member of the high profile BBC New Generation Artist Scheme, Jennifer is a regularly featured artist with many of the BBC orchestras and chamber music series. Her close relationship with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis dates back to her victory at the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2002, when her performance of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto saw her become the youngest ever winner of the competition.

Jennifer Pike’s success at the BBC competition led to immediate recognition, particularly in the UK, and at the age of fifteen she made her BBC Proms debut. Despite frequent similar high profile performances, Jennifer has maintained a carefully balanced programme of education and development over recent years that has seen her mature steadily, growing into a wonderfully thoughtful musician and technically impressive violinist. Public acclaim continued at the start of 2008 when Jennifer was honoured with The South Bank Show/The Times Breakthrough Award, in acknowledgement of the impact that she made throughout the arts during 2007. In 2009, she was awarded one of only three London Music Masters awards, which help support the career of exceptional young violinists and also act as an opportunity for the award holders to work with students participating in the exciting and innovative educational scheme, the Bridge Project.

Currently signed to the Chandos label, Jennifer recently released her debut record, a disc of French recital repertoire with pianist Martin Roscoe, to wide critical acclaim; the Telegraph’s Geoffrey Norris enthused that Pike “gives thoroughly idiomatic, glistening performances of three core French violin sonatas. This is playing that brims with character, bringing a smoky seductiveness to the finale of the Debussy.” This season she will record both the Rozsa Violin Concerto with the BBC Philharmonic and the Chausson Concerto for Violin, Piano and Strings with the Doric Quartet.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.

Jennifer Pike has emerged in recent seasons as one of the most gifted of the younger generation of British artists. Currently a member of the high profile BBC New Generation Artist Scheme, Jennifer is a regularly featured artist with many of the BBC orchestras and chamber music series. Her close relationship with the BBC Symphony Orchestra and Sir Andrew Davis dates back to her victory at the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2002, when her performance of the Mendelssohn Violin Concerto saw her become the youngest ever winner of the competition.

Jennifer Pike’s success at the BBC competition led to immediate recognition, particularly in the UK, and at the age of fifteen she made her BBC Proms debut. Despite frequent similar high profile performances, Jennifer has maintained a carefully balanced programme of education and development over recent years that has seen her mature steadily, growing into a wonderfully thoughtful musician and technically impressive violinist. Public acclaim continued at the start of 2008 when Jennifer was honoured with The South Bank Show/The Times Breakthrough Award, in acknowledgement of the impact that she made throughout the arts during 2007. In 2009, she was awarded one of only three London Music Masters awards, which help support the career of exceptional young violinists and also act as an opportunity for the award holders to work with students participating in the exciting and innovative educational scheme, the Bridge Project.

Currently signed to the Chandos label, Jennifer recently released her debut record, a disc of French recital repertoire with pianist Martin Roscoe, to wide critical acclaim; the Telegraph’s Geoffrey Norris enthused that Pike “gives thoroughly idiomatic, glistening performances of three core French violin sonatas. This is playing that brims with character, bringing a smoky seductiveness to the finale of the Debussy.” This season she will record both the Rozsa Violin Concerto with the BBC Philharmonic and the Chausson Concerto for Violin, Piano and Strings with the Doric Quartet.

This biography was provided by the artist or their representative.