Berlin-based British violinist Louisa Staples was born in 2000 and
has performed in some of the world’s most prestigious concert
venues, including the Berlin Philharmonie, Southbank Centre,
L’Auditorium de Radio France, Konzerthaus Berlin, Zeneakademie
Budapest and the Concertgebouw Amsterdam.
She is a major prize winner in multiple international competitions
including the Long-Thibaud-Crespin International Competition,
Louis Spohr Violin Competition and the Carl Flesch International

Competition, where she was awarded 4 prizes. In 2021 she was a
finalist in the prestigious Premio Paganini Violin Competition in
Louisa has appeared in festivals including Festspiele Mecklenburg-
Vorpommern, Sommets Musicaux de Gstaad, Harrogate
International Festival and the Hamburg International Chamber
Music Festival and has performed with orchestras including the City
of London Sinfonia, Hauptstadt Sinfonie Orchester, Savaria
Symphony Orchestra, London International Orchestra, Orchestre
National des Pays de la Loire and the Brandenburg Symphonika.
Aged eight, Louisa was awarded a place at the Yehudi Menuhin
School where she was a student of Professor Natasha Boyarsky.
She is currently pursuing her masters degree at the Hochschule für
Musik Hanns Eisler in Berlin, where she is a student of Professor
Antje Weithaas.
Louisa performs on a 1774 Lorenzo Storioni