Iain Gibbs, Violinist and Leader of Orchestra Vitae
When did you first play with Orchestra Vitae and why do you keep coming back?
Do you have favourite Orchestra Vitae Concert?
Do you have any other exiting projects happening around London?
More about Iain’s Career:
Iain Gibbs began playing the violin at the age of six and went on to study with Erik Houston at the Royal College of Music, Junior Department from 2001 – 2009.
Currently on the second year of the Masters Course at the Royal College of Music, Iain studies with Detlef Hahn. He was awarded a place on the RCM/BBC Symphony Orchestra Orchestral Pathway, which has led to work with the BBC Symphony Orchestra. Whilst studying as a scholar at Trinity College of Music with John Crawford, Iain won and was Highly Commended in a number of competitions.
Iain is frequently asked to lead orchestral projects in and around London and has recently led projects with the Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra, Marryat Players, London Beethoven Project, Portobello Orchestra and King’s Philharmonic. He has performed at venues across London, including the Royal Opera House, Barbican, Royal Festival Hall and the House of Lords and has worked in France as part of Westminster Opera Company’s Emerging Artists Programme.