I always have ambivalent feelings when it comes to saying farewell to our Lark Scholars.
These talented young musicians, who Lark has supported during their musical studies, have exciting times ahead but there is always a tinge of sadness when we say goodbye.
Violinist Alex Lomeiko has now moved on from London’s Royal College of Music and it has been a pleasure getting to know her, watching her perform and grow in confidence.
She is a great ambassador for music and her journey continues – and we at Lark will be watching her as she embarks on a promising career.
We hope to see Alex in concert and if you are interested, too, please check out the diary dates below or visit her website alexandralomeiko.com
Good luck, Alex!
Above: Fun times at the Royal College of Music: From left, Julie, Alex and Fiona Rose of the the RCM
August 25 - Performance of Bach Goldberg Variations at St. Lawrence Jewry Festival, London
September 9-17 - Performances as part of Bartok World Violin Competition, Budapest, Hungary
September 24-29 - Performances with Gamal Khamis at ‘Music at Brel’,
October 15 - Recital for Hertford Music Club with Antonina Suhanova, UK
November 24 - Recital for Horsham Music Circle with Antonina Suhanova, The Drill Hall, Horsham
January 21 - Recital for Canterbury Music Club with Antonina Suhanova, St. Gregory's Centre for Music
January 26 - Recital for Tilford Bach Society with Antonina Suhanova, Farnham
February 3 - String Trio Recital for Berkhamsted Music Society
February 10 - Recital for Wye Valley Music Society with Antonina Suhanova
March 10 - Recital for Amersham Concert Club with Antonina Suhanova
March 15 - Hattori Foundation Award Winners Recital with Antonina Suhanova at 1901 Arts Club, London
March 18 - Recital for Holmes Chapel Music Society with Antonina Suhanova