Lark Music Scholars thank Lark for continued support

Lark Music Scholars thank Lark for continued support

The Lark Music division pride themselves in their involvement in the musical industry, especially their relationship with The Royal College of Music. They currently sponsor two scholars, violinist Alexandra Lomeiko and flautist Renate Sokolovska, who have both written letters of appreciation to Lark for sponsorship and support of their continued studies.

It has truly been an honour to have your support during my studies at the RCM. I am forever indebted to you for your gratitude and do hope we will be able to stay in touch in the future. Please let me know if there is ever any musical service I may be able to provide...

...Thank you very much for your very generous sponsorship of my Artist Diploma postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music. I am very excited about finishing this course in just a few weeks following a very intense year of lessons, masterclasses and various performances in the U.K and abroad which would not have been possible without the Royal College of Music ” said Alexandra Lomeiko

There is so much more I could add, from my performance at Buckingham Palace for the Prince of Wales, alongside Maxim Vengerov with conductor John Wilson, to the new concerto for Flute and Harp by Darrell Davison which I performed in Cambridge earlier this year. It has also been a particular pleasure this year to get to know both of you, as well as the other wonderful people I have met at Lark events. I so look forward to playing at another of your concerts, if you’ll have me!

Thank you so much, once again, for your generous and enthusiastic support. I would be so pleased to welcome you to any of the upcoming concerts ... Do let me know if you are able to come and it would be my pleasure to arrange tickets. ”, said Renate Sokolovska

David Foster, Managing Director of Lark Private Clients said, “It has been a great honour and a privilege to get to know Renate and Alexandra, two fantastically talented musicians, and watching them develop and excel. We will watch their careers with interest, and look forward to maintaining the friendships we’ve developed with them.” 



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