Gabriella Swallow

Gabriella Swallow has emerged as one of the most versatile and exciting cellists of her generation.
She studied at Chethams’ School of Music and The Royal College of Music with Jerome Pernoo. She was awarded the coveted Tagore Gold Medal. As a soloist Gabriella went on to make her South Bank debut with the London Sinfonietta in the world premiere of 'About Water' by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Since her Wigmore Hall debut with the soprano Ruby Hughes in 2013 she has performed at all the major UK festivals and has frequently toured America. In 2016 she made her BBC Proms debut with Guy Johnston and his 12 cello ensemble at Cadogan Hall and later performed a double concerto with Johnston and the Manchester Camerata by the composer Colin Riley.

Gabriella Swallow

Gabriella Swallow has emerged as one of the most versatile and exciting cellists of her generation.
She studied at Chethams’ School of Music and The Royal College of Music with Jerome Pernoo. She was awarded the coveted Tagore Gold Medal. As a soloist Gabriella went on to make her South Bank debut with the London Sinfonietta in the world premiere of 'About Water' by Mark-Anthony Turnage.
Since her Wigmore Hall debut with the soprano Ruby Hughes in 2013 she has performed at all the major UK festivals and has frequently toured America. In 2016 she made her BBC Proms debut with Guy Johnston and his 12 cello ensemble at Cadogan Hall and later performed a double concerto with Johnston and the Manchester Camerata by the composer Colin Riley.