Elliot Corner

Violist and Composer

WELCOME 

Welcome to elliotviola.co.uk, the personal website of the Violist and Composer Elliot Corner.


Elliot is currently studying as a Foundation Scholar at the Royal College of Music in London, UK as a pupil of acclaimed Violist Simon Rowland-Jones. He is generously supported in his studies by The Henriette Schoeller Harrison Elt & Anatole Mines Award and a Douglas & Hilda Simmonds Award. He is both an award-winning Violist and a published Composer. Read his Biography for more details.


Links to other websites relating to Elliot (including his YouTube channel, Twitter feed and Published Compositions can be found on the Links page.

  • Session Playing, St Giles-in-the-Fields
    Session Playing, St Giles-in-the-Fields

Elliot has performed at venues as diverse as:


  • Royal Festival Hall
  • St James's, Piccadilly
  • Brighton Dome
  • Denbies Wine Estate
  • St Mary Abbot's Church, High St. Kensington
  • Cadogan Hall
  • The Royal Pavilion
  • St John's, Smith's Square
  • Goodwood House
  • Steinway Hall
  • The National Portrait Gallery
  • Lullington Church (the Smallest Church in Britain)
  • Stanmer House
  • All Saints Church, Hove
  • Blüthner's Piano Centre
  • St Andrew's Church, Brighton

To contact Elliot, please visit the 'Contact Elliot' page.

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Affiliated Organisations

http://www.surreyweddingvenues.net/


Elliot provides Musician Fixing Services and Professional Ensembles for Surrey Wedding Venues, an excellent directory of Wedding Venues in the County of Surrey, UK.


http://www.londonrussianmusicschool.com


Elliot is currently the Director of Marketing and Communications for the London Russian Music School, a new project in musical education which unites under one roof a music school based on Russian pedagogical tradition, a performing venue and home of the London International Chamber Orchestra.