Nirupam HALDER's Teacher Profile Page
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Nirupam Raja Halder was born in Calcutta in 1982, and started playing the violin at the age of six and made his debut at the age of nine in London. He studied at the Royal Academy of Music with Mateja Marinkovic and Tomotada Soh.
Raja given many recitals and concerto performances in venues such as Bridgewater Hall, Cadogan Hall, and Westminister Abbey. He has performed on BBC television and Classic FM, and has also toured in USA, China, Japan, Spain, Italy and India. He has also received several prizes which include Winner of the Sydney-Perry Foundation award from the Philharmonia Martin Musical Trust, Awards also received from the Butler Trust, Royal Academy of Music, Worshipful Company of Wax Chandelers and Donold Chesworth Trust.
Raja was member of The Vardanyan Quartet from 2007-2010 with whom he performed throughout the UK, including St Martin-in-the-Fields and the Barbican in London, to the Rosehill Theatre in Cumbria, and Wolterton Hall in Norfolk. Harmos Festival in Porto and the International Chamber Music Academy in Trondheim and Greenwich String Quartet Festival.
Reasons to study with me:
I have 14 years teaching experience including giving masterclasses and chamber music coaching at Trinity College of Music and Calcutta School of Music. I also play regularly with the London Symphony Orchestra, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and London Mozart Players.
I teach violin from begginer to adavanced level.