Violinist Eulalie Charland’s reputation as a creative, versatile, and dynamic soloist and chamber musician has earned her the opportunity to perform around the globe. From recording for Radio France in Paris to performing in the Purcell Room and Conway Hall in London to the Cheltenham Festival, her dynamic style has captivated audiences across the world.Eulalie’s passion and talent for the violin were evident at an early age and afforded her the opportunity to work with a number of renowned violinists worldwide. Early on, she studied with Catherine Courtois in Paris and later trekked across the Atlantic to study with renowned violin pedagogue Mauricio Fuks. A stop in Bucharest lead her to learn from Stefan Gheorghiu before she accepted a scholarship to study at the Royal College of Music in London. She completed both her Bachelor and Master of Music with distinction under the tutelage of Yossi Zivoni.
Born in Gdansk, Poland Jaga Klimaszewska began studying violin at the age of seven.In 2009 she moved to London to study at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal College of Music, where shecompleted her Masters in Performance under the tutelage of Maciej Rakowski.
Jaga has performed as a chamber musician around Europe and in the UK in concert halls including Cadogan Hall, the Elgar Room, the Royal Festival Hall, and the Barbican Centre.
As a soloist, she has performed with Cappella Gedanensis, Camerata Baltica and the Silk Street Sinfonia.
In 2019, together with pianist Mateusz Rettner, she released her debut album featuring music by Grazyna Bacewicz.