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Siobhán Doyle was born into a musical family and began learning the violin at the age of four with Emma Montenon. After continuing with Maeve Broderick and Gillian Williams, she received a full scholarship to study with Leland Chen at the Royal Northern College of Music where she graduated in 2015 with first class honours. Currently based in London, Siobhán studies part-
Siobhán is a multiple award-
Siobhán’s love of chamber music was cultivated during many summers at the West Cork Chamber Music Festival and during her time at the Royal Northern College of Music where she was awarded the Roger Raphael prize for her contribution to chamber music. Siobhán was a co-
Siobhán Doyle is much in demand as a violinist with ensembles throughout Ireland and the UK. In 2018 she toured across Europe, Asia and the United States with the London Symphony Orchestra. Siobhán has appeared as a guest principal player with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra, Manchester Camerata, the Britten Pears Orchestra, Wexford Festival Opera Orchestra and Sinfonia Cymru. She was a member of the European Union Youth Orchestra from 2015-
Siobhán is kindly supported by Music Network’s Music Capital Scheme, funded by The Department of Arts, Heritage and the Gaeltacht. Music Network is funded by The Arts Council.