The Avalon Trio

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  • About Louis Solon


    Born in 2005, Louis Solon started playing the Violin at the age of six. Originally from London, he moved to Devon and was awarded a music scholarship at Exeter school. In parallel, he studied at Junior Conservatoire under Fiona McLean-Buchel. He was awarded a Grade 8 distinction at the age of thirteen and achieved the ATCL diploma a year later. He was fortunate to gain valuable performance experience as a soloist and orchestral musician, and also attended many masterclasses before being awarded the Dora Kastner-Szafranski prize in his final year. Louis moved to the Purcell School for Sixth Form where he studied the violin with Joo-Yeon Sir and chamber music with William Fong and Richard Jenkinson. While at the Purcell School, he performed at prestigious venues such as the Cadogan Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and St John’s Smith Square. He was a section principle in the Symphony Orchestra and played in a range of other groups and ensembles and as a soloist. He aims to pursue a career in music and is a student in the class of Joshua Fisher at the Royal Academy of Music.