Greta Mutlu


Bulgarian violinist Greta Mutlu is currently based in London where she enjoys a busy and diverse career.

Recent highlights include performances at the BBC Proms with Sinfonia of London and the Aurora Orchestra, a concert at New York's Carnegie Hall with the Colin Currie Group, and the world premiere of a new work for solo violin and orchestra by composer Deborah Pritchard with Chamber Domaine.

Greta's past solo appearances include Alban Berg's Violin Concerto with Carnegie Mellon Symphony and Piazzolla's Las Cuatro Estaciones Porteñas with Resonance Works Pittsburgh.

Her love of chamber music has led to performances at the Royal Concertgebouw in Amsterdam, the Wye Valley Chamber Music Festival, and her native Bulgaria's National Palace of Culture. She has taken part in Britten-Pears Young Artist Programme, Chamber Studio at Kings Place, Le Domaine Forget Chamber Music Sessions, and The St. Lawrence String Quartet Seminar at Stanford University.

Greta is in high demand as an orchestral musician and enjoys a variety of engagements in the UK and abroad. She has toured internationally with the London Symphony Orchestra, Aurora, Scottish Ensemble, the English Chamber Orchestra, and Sinfonia of London, among others. She regularly contributes to recordings for film, television, and video game soundtracks in London's iconic studios.

Since August 2021, Greta has held a full-time position in the West End production of award-winning musical, Hamilton.

In masterclass and privately, she has worked with Mauricio Fuks, Leonidas Kavakos, Sir Roger Norrington, David Waterman, Gabrielle Lester, Noah Bendix-Balgley, the late Jeanne Lamon, and Leon Fleisher.

A former pupil of renowned American pedagogues Andrés Cárdenes and Paul Kantor, Greta holds degrees from the Cleveland Institute of Music, Carnegie Mellon University, and the Glenn Gould School in Toronto. She is a graduate of Bulgaria's National Music School where she worked with Blagorodna Taneva.

Greta plays a violin by Carlo Giuseppe Testore, generously loaned by Jumpstart Jr. Foundation.

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