A winner of multiple National awards in her home country of New Zealand, Alexandra Lomeiko moved to London to study at the Purcell School of Music in 2006. During her studies there, she gave her solo debut at Wigmore Hall in October 2009 and, in November of the same year, at the Watford Colosseum performing Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto with the Purcell School Symphony Orchestra.
Alex is a laureate of numerous international competitions including the Kenneth Loveland Gift Award, U.K (2016), Hattori Foundation Senior Award, U.K (2017) and the Development Prize at the Michael Hill International Violin Competition (2017). Most recently, she has been awarded the prestigious Philip and Dorothy Green Young Artists Award by the Making Music Foundation, U.K (2018).In 2010, she was awarded “The Henry Weinrebe Award” scholarship by the Guildhall School of Music and Drama (London) studying there with Professor David Takeno.
Following her graduation in 2014, she commenced her postgraduate studies at The Royal College of Music with Radu Blidar and Yuri Zhislin graduating in July 2017 with a Masters in Music Performance and the Artist Diploma Qualification. She was an RCM Lark Scholar supported by a Leverhulme Postgraduate Studentship and by awards from the Countess of Munster Trust, the Martin Music Scholarship Fund, the Drake Calleja Foundation and the Help Musicians UK Foundation. An active participant in masterclasses, she has performed as a soloist in the RCM Brahms Violin Concerto Masterclass with Maxim Vengerov (2017), the Pyeongchang Music Festival Masterclasses with Mihaela Martin (2016), International Holland Music Sessions with Krzysztof Wegrzyn (2016), the IMS Prussia Cove Masterclasses with Ivry Gitlis and Philippe Graffin (2015) and the Kronberg Academy Violin Masterclasses with Pavel Vernikov (2015).
Alex is also active as a chamber musician, performing regularly with Ensemble Mirage amongst others, and enjoys freelancing as a concertmaster, having led orchestras under conductors such as Jaime Martin, Peter Csaba, Vladimir Jurowski, John Storgårds and Bernard Haitink.
Recitativo und Scherzo (5’)
12 Fantasias for solo violin (TWV 40: 14-25)
6 Solo Sonatas op.27
Sonatas for violin and harpsichord, BWV 1014-1019
10 Sonatas for violin and piano
Sonata No.1in G major (28’), Sonata No.2 in A major (20’)
Various concert pieces
Sonata for Violin and Piano K.378 (B flat major) (22’)
Five Melodies for Violin and Piano (13’)
Sonata for Violin and Piano in G (16’)
Divertimento from Le Baiser de la Fée (21’)
Carmen Fantasy (11’)
Poème Elegiaque (14’)
* timings for sets of works can be found in the long download version