Member of the orchestra since 2016.
Louisa Tatlow is from Stockholm and began playing violin at the age of four. She made her debut in 2006 as a soloist in Kurt Atterberg’s Suite for Violin and Viola in a live TV broadcast with the Swedish Radio Symphony Orchestra.
Louisa Tatlow attended the Royal College of Music in London, where she studied violin with Levon Chilingirian and viola with Susie Mészáros. After graduating in 2013, she continued her studies at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, where she studied viola with Krzysztof Chorzelski and obtained a masters of music in 2014.
Louisa Tatlow has received numerous prestigious distinctions, including the Royal College of Music’s Viola Award and a special award for period performances, as well as several chamber music awards. Louisa Tatlow began the 2012–2013 season in the London Symphony Orchestra String Experience, which gives young musicians the opportunity to play with the London Symphony Orchestra. She has also played with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and is one of the founders and principal viola player in the O/Modernt chamber orchestra.
Louisa works with a broad spectrum of music, ranging from the classical chamber and orchestral repertoire to contemporary music. She is also highly interested in chamber music and period performances of older music. She founded the Consone Quartet which, when she was a member, went to the finals of the York Early Music International Young Artists Competition and won the European Union Baroque Orchestra Development Trust Prize.