About

Ksenia Berezina is a London-based violinist with an international reputation, pursuing a versatile career as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral player, and teacher. Ksenia was educated at the Moscow Conservatory in Russia and at the Royal College of Music in the UK. She is a founder member of the Gamma Majoris ensemble and previously also a founder member of the Messiaen Quartet and the Muse Piano Quintet, both of whom have won prestigious competition awards. Ksenia is a member of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House at Covent Garden and as a guest violinist in other orchestras. During 2016, Ksenia has been on tour with the London Philharmonic Orchestra in Russia, the London Chamber Orchestra in Turkey, and the Covent Garden Soloists in Spain. She has played under many distinguished conductors, such as Antonio Pappano, Barry Wordsworth, Vladimir Jurowski, Andris Nelsons, and Edward Gardner.

Ksenia Berezina’s playing is scintillating, assured and captivating;
she enraptures audiences and transports them
to another world with effortless grace and charm.

Simon Over, Southbank Sinfonia

Ksenia’s highly developed musicianship and technique allows her to perform early music, Romantic masterpieces and Modern and contemporary works with the same passion and professionalism. She is a natural performer, and an outstanding ensemble player – made for the stage.

Dr. Felix Andrievsky, Royal College of Music