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Prudhoe Gleemen extend a warm welcome to our
guests ABBEY STRINGS at our 2018 Annual Concert


Abbey Strings


ABBEY STRINGS

Karen Wigham, BA Mus Perf RSAMD

Karen Wigham trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, graduating in Violin Performance. She lives in Morpeth, and juggles her career as a freelance violinist performing with various Orchestras and Chamber Groups throughout the North of England, with her teaching commitments. She is the Director of Music at West Jesmond School, where she has been instrumental in organising exciting musical opportunities for the pupils, and building on the high standard of music within the school.

Jessica Graham, GRNCM, MusB (hons)

Jessica Graham trained at the Royal Northern College of Music, where she won numerous awards for chamber music. She was one of 4 in her year selected to do the Joint Course, where students study for a music degree at Manchester University at the same time. After having worked as a freelance musician in Manchester with Orchestras such as the Hallé, the R.L.P.O., BBC Philharmonic and Opera North, she spent many years as a full-time member of the BBC Philharmonic, with whom she broadcasted regularly on radio and toured extensively around the world. Jessica now lives in Morpeth with her husband and young family, and performs regularly with the Royal Northern Sinfonia and Opera North, as well as in venues across the North as a chamber musician and soloist.

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