Alice Neary Cello
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Alice was the winner of the 1998 Pierre Fournier Award, and won major prizes in 2001 Leonard Rose Competition, USA and the 1997 Adam International Cello Competition, New Zealand.
Alice's performances have included concertos with the Ulster Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic and Israel Symphony and recitals at the, Wigmore Hall, Purcell Room and Bridgewater Hall. Festival appearances include Santa Fe, Bath and City of London. She has broadcast extensively on BBC Radio 3 and NPR (USA) and recordings include the Tovey Cello concerto with the Ulster Orchestra, Ireland cello sonata and Paul Patterson cello concerto.
A passionate chamber musician, Alice joined the Gould Piano trio in 2001 and has appeared as guest cellist with Nash Ensemble, Endellion and Elias string quartets.
Alice studied with Ralph Kirshbaum at RNCM and with Timothy Eddy, as a Fulbright scholar in USA. She teaches at the RCM and RWCMD. She plays an Alessandro Gagliano cello of 1710.