Born in 1996, Luxembourgish violinist Line Faber started playing at the age of 4 and a few years later started studying with Leonid Kerbel in Brussels. In 2015 Line entered the Royal College of Music in London in the class of Mark Messenger. She is currently taking her Masters in Performance degree at the RCM as a Sir John Stratton Scholar.
She has won prizes and awards in various competitions and has been working in masterclasses with Ivry Gitlis, Isabelle van Keulen, Alina Ibragimova, Marc Danel, Ulf Wallin and György Pauk.
As a passionate chamber musician Line has participated in various chamber music Festivals such as Musica Mundi International Chamber Music Festival and Musethica Festival. She has had the privilege to perform alongside the Harlem Quartet, Trio Apaches and Nicola Benedetti. She is a founder member of the prize winning Artha String Quartet, with whom she has performed in Wigmore Hall and other major venues across Europe.
Line has appeared with orchestras such as the I musici Brucellensis Orchestra and the Brussels Chamber Orchestra and recently performed Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with the RCM Symphony Orchestra in an orchestral masterclass conducted by Maxim Vengerov.
Line has participated in various orchestral projects working with Rafael Payare, John Wilson and Vladimir Ashkenazy. She took part in the English National Opera’s scheme in 2018.
Since 2019 Line is a member of the LGT Young Soloists as well as the European Union Youth Orchestra.
Line plays an 18th Century violin made by Lorenzo Storioni generously on loan from a private individual.