Born in Wales in 1985, Mary Elliott-Rose pursues an active career as a chamber musician, performing regularly throughout Europe and in the United States, Asia and Africa at chamber music festivals including Great Lakes (USA), Cappadoccia (Turkey), Thy (Denmark), Hakuba (Japan) and Lake District (UK). Recent tours have taken her to such halls as the Royal Albert Hall, Purcell Room, St Martin in the Fields (London), Tchaikovsky Hall (Moscow) and Suntory Hall (Tokyo).
As an orchestral musician Mary has worked with such orchestras as the London Philharmonia, Lausanne Chamber Orchestra and the Lausanne Sinfonietta, collaborating with renowned conductors including Mark Elder and Mstislav Rostropovich.
Mary studied with Louise Hopkins at the Yehudi Menuhin School of Music, with Hannah Roberts at the Northern College of Music, and with Patrick Demenga at the Haute Ecole de Musique de Lausanne (HEMU). During her studies she won a number of prizes, including the RNCM Lindley, Hirsch, Granada and Weil prizes as well as the Elizabeth Evans Award. She also participated in many masterclasses with such renowned musicians as Mstislav Rostropovich, Colin Carr, Ralph Kirschbaum and Bernard Greenhouse.
A passionate advocate for classical music, Mary is the founder and director of Cowbridge Music Festival in Wales and teaches at Aiglon College in Switzerland.