Top 20 Violinist celebrities in England
Here is the latest list of the world's top 20 Violinist celebrities [Updated June 9, 2023].
Nigel Kennedy was born
on December 28, 1956
He won the Outstanding Contribution to British Music award at the BRIT Awards in 1997 and was awarded the Male Artist of the Year Award four years later.
Net Worth 2020: $5 Million
Sarah Martin was born
on February 12, 1974
She wrote such Belle & Sebastian songs as "Storytelling," "Nothing in the Silence," and "Waiting for the Moon to Rise."
Milan Neil Amin-Smith was born
on November 1, 1989
He joined the supergroup Band Aid 30 as their violinist in 2014 while playing with Clean Bandit.
Wallace Hartley was born
on June 2, 1878
Legend holds it that the last song that Hartley instructed his eight-piece band to play as the Titanic sank into the North Atlantic was the hymn "Nearer My God to Thee." The song was also played at his funeral in England.
Yasmine Azaiez was born
on October 16, 1988
in London, England.
Violinist who has performed with many prestigious musicians around the world, including The Westminster Philharmonic and Andras Schiff. She has found popularity online through her collaborations with Climber, ThePETEBOX and others.
She starred in and composed the music for the film Tunisians Stories (2011).
Daj Jordan was born
on August 8, 1988
He did a cover of Rae Sremmurd's "No Type" mixed with Alicia Keys
' "Unthinkable" in 2014. The beat was mixed by Crank Lucas
Charlie Siem was born
on January 14, 1986
in London, England.
In June 2011, he performed at the Fashion Icon Award party for Lady Gaga
Lettice Rowbotham was born
on June 26, 1989
Linzi Stoppard was born
on January 7, 1979
In addition to music, she would sign with Models 1 and became a Prince Trust Ambassador.
David Whiston was born
on October 8, 1941
He worked as a session violinist with a wide variety of rock acts, such as Led Zeppelin, The Rolling Stones, and The Beatles.
Chloe Hanslip was born
on September 28, 1987
in Guildford, England.
She was the youngest person to be signed to Warner Classics U.K. when she was thirteen.
Iona Brown was born
on January 7, 1941
in Salisbury, England.
She was named an Officer of the Order of the British Empire in 1986; in 1991 the king of Norway named her a Knight of First Class Merit.