Described as a ‘remarkable talent’ for her performance of Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with violinist Tasmin Little, twenty-four year old British violist Rosalind Ventris is quickly emerging as one of the most promising young artists of her generation. Aged 17, she was the youngest competitior at the 2006 Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition and Workshop, where she received the Gwynne Edwards memorial prize for the most promising British entrant, and the EUCO prize. She made her London concerto debut the following year, performing Hindemith’s Viola Concerto “Der Schwanendreher”. Rosalind is currently based in London, giving concerts throughout the UK, and abroad. Forthcoming engagements include performances at the Wigmore Hall London, the Slovak Philharmonic Bratislava, Het Concertgebouw Amsterdam, Aldeburgh Festival, and St Martin in the Fields London.