Louise Latham is a professional violinist, teacher and conductor working in the northwest of England. If you are a string player and are interested in attending one of Louise's string chamber courses, you can find out more here.
Louise Latham studied at the Royal Northern College of Music gaining a teaching diploma with distinction, a performing diploma and was awarded the Hiles Gold Medal for orchestral playing. She was a member of the BBC Philharmonic for six years before commencing a busy freelance career working with the BBC Phil, Halle, RLPO and Northern Chamber Orchestra. In 2001 she was invited to tour the USA for three months as leader of London City Opera Orchestra. A highlight of her orchestral work was a concert in Carnegie Hall whilst touring the USA with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra.
Chamber music has always been a big part of Louise's musical life, and she is currently playing with the Deconet String Quartet and the Biber Ensemble.
Teaching commitments involve her at Manchester University as course director of chamber music, and string orchestra courses at Alston Hall and Higham Hall and with violin students of all ages.