London’s Royal Academy Announce New Visiting Professor of Chamber Orchestras

The Royal Academy of Music has announced the appointment of Italian violinist Lorenza Borrani to the role of Visiting Professor of Chamber Orchestras

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The Royal Academy of Music, in London, has this week announced the appointment of Italian violinist and ensemble director Lorenza Borrani to the role of Visiting Professor of Chamber Orchestras – effective from January 2021.

A Professor of Violin at the Scuola di Musica di Fiesole, Lorenza has served as the Concertmaster of the Chamber Orchestra of Europe since 2008.

She also currently acts as Artist-in-Residence with the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra and the Orchestra della Toscana – plus is a co-founder of the renowned collaborative ensemble, Spira mirabilis.

“I am thrilled that Lorenza is becoming part of our distinguished family of Visiting Professors …” Academy Principal Jonathan Freeman-Attwood has this week said.

“She’s a unique and dynamic musical force … students feel a deep appreciation for how she instils, in each player, truly ambitious expectations of creative collaboration … we can’t wait for her next visit in January,” he has said.

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