British violinist Freya Creech combines a busy and varied performance schedule as a soloist, chamber musician, and collaborative artist, on both baroque and modern violin. She currently plays with several different orchestras and chamber ensembles around the U.S., including GRAMMY-nominated True Concord Voices & Orchestra, the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, and Mount Vernon Virtuosi, and recently recorded a concert video as soloist of Vivaldi’s Four Seasons for PBS, which received 3 EMMY nominations. Freya has also produced two albums of little-known solo violin music, featuring music by Sonia Eckhardt-Gramatté and Virgil Thomson, and collaborated on the album, ‘Sylva’, by artist Benoît Pioulard.
Freya grew up on the Wild Atlantic Way, Ireland, learning the violin with her mother. At the age of ten, she entered the Royal Academy of Music, London, where she was awarded the 'Sir Elton John Scholarship’. Freya completed her Masters’ of Arts degree with distinction at the Mozarteum, Salzburg, as a student of Klara Flieder, and furthered her studies in Kammermusik at the Hochschule für Musik, Hannover, as first violinist of the Lazarus Quartet. In 2019, Freya embarked on a new journey to America, and currently lives in Washington D.C.