LTC with Judith Choi Castro
Judith was born in the Canary Islands and studied the violin with Anatoli Romanov. In 2004, she moved to London She graduated with a BMus with ...
Thu 26 Sep 2019
Judith was born in the Canary Islands and studied the violin with Anatoli Romanov. In 2004, she moved to London She graduated with a BMus with Honours degree and a Masters of Arts degree from the Royal College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music respectively. During her studies she won several awards inlcuding, Hatfield Music Festival 1st prize, J.E Motimer award from Martin Musical Scholarship Foundation, scholarships from “Cabildo de Canarias”, Ministerio de España, and Rondo Music society.
As a soloist and chamber musician, Judith has played in most important venues in the UK including St. Martin in the Fields, Fairfield Halls, Hannover Square, Fitz William Museum in Cambridge, the National Gallery, Royal Opera House in Covent Garden and Cadogan Hall. Outside the UK, She has also played chamber music concerts in Festivals in Japan, South Korea, Germany, Italy, France, Portugal, Sweden and Spain.
As an orchestral player, She works regularly with London Philharmonic Orchestra, Aurora, London Sinfonietta, Royal Philharmonic, Orchestra Sinfónica de Barcelona, and Bournemouth Symphony.
Judith has recently recorded her debut album “Assorted Encores” under her own record label. She is also the artistic director of the Festival Academy of Music International in Tenerife.
Judith plays a Lavazza violin from Italy c.1740 kindly on loan by the Harrison Frank Foundation.