Emma Fry is a violinist based in London, UK. Her playing has taken her all over the world to America, Canada, the Middle East, Japan, Brazil, India and Sri Lanka as well as regular tours within Europe. Having read music at the University of Manchester, Emma gained a distinction in her MFA in Violin Performance from Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance. She regularly freelances with orchestras including the Northern Ballet Sinfonia, English National Ballet Philharmonic and Souther Sinfonia. As a soloist, Emma has performed in prestigious venues in the UK including the Bridgewater Hall, Cardiff Millennium Centre and on BBC Radio. Emma's violin was made by Thomas Earl Hesketh in 1901.

Listen to Emma's recording of John Tavener's Lalishri