Ana Dunne Sequi
Spanish violist Ana Dunne Sequi studies at the Royal College of Music with Prof. Nathan Braude as an ABRSM Scholar. She has received several awards in solo and chamber music competitions, and has benefited from masterclasses with Maxim Rysanov, Tabea Zimmermann, Lars Anders Tomter, Garth Knox, Lawrence Power and Antonello Farulli.
She was selected for the English National Opera Evolve Scheme 2018-2019, and more recently she has been selected for the BBC Symphony Orchestra Scheme 2020-2021.
She is currently a guest player of the Balthasar Neumann Ensemble and performs regularly with the RCM Symphony Orchestra, working with renowned conductors the likes of Bernard Haitink, Sir Antonio Pappano or Thomas Hengelbrock.
As a soloist, she has performed Mark Anthony Turnage’s “On Opened Ground” Viola concerto alongside the RCM Symphony Orchestra.
Ana is a keen chamber musician, having performed in venues and festivals including Wigmore Hall, Chipping Campden, Musethica and Encuentro de Música Santander. At the RCM she has performed Mendelssonh’s string octet alongside Maxim Vengerov.
In the field of Historical Performance, she is currently studying with historical violists Pablo de Pedro Cano and Jane Rogers. She has appeared in festivals such as Tilford Bach Festival and London Handel Festival.