Susie Mészáros


Born in England, violist Susie Mészáros studied at the Yehudi Menuhin School. She is a professor at the Royal College of Music and has been principal viola with the Camerata Salzburg, as well as a regular chamber music partner of her teacher, violinist Sandor Vegh.

In 1977, Ms. Mészáros made her Wigmore Hall debut in a duo with Yehudi Menuhin and performed with Vladimir Spivakov and Arthur Grumiaux. She won the Gold Medal at the Royal Overseas League competition and was a string finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year.

Ms. Mészáros was also co-founder of the Villiers Piano Quartet and leader of Kent Opera for several years, as well as leader of several chamber groups including the Fitzwilliam Quartet. She is a current member of the Chilingirian Quartet. She has also taught at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Purcell School.

Supported by the Albert & Eugenie Frost Music Trust and The Radcliffe Trust

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