Emily Turkanik

Emily Turkanik, violin (Mittersill, Austria) has won awards with the London Symphony Orchestra and the English National Opera, and placed first at the St. Martin’s in the Field Chamber Competition with the Brompton Quartet. She was concertmaster at the Davos Festival, is a member of the Verbier Festival Orchestra and Mahler Academy, and has participated in IMS Prussia Cove. As a founder of the Seida Ensemble, she is pioneering a new project called music@work. She started her musical education in Austria at the Mozarteum under the tutelage of Igor Ozim and Wonji Kim-Ozim, and later went on to pursue her studies in London at the Royal College of Music with Leonid Kerbel and Daniel Rowland. She is now in her final year of studies with Marianne Piketty at the Conservatoire national supérieur de musique et de danse in Lyon.