• Peace, Unity and Hope through Music

    On 6 March Jennifer led musicians from around the world in Trafalgar Square in a concert to express solidarity with Ukraine and help raise funds for the DEC’s Ukraine Humanitarian Appeal. Musicians for Peace, conducted by Russian pianist and conductor Petr Limonov, performed the Ukrainian National Anthem alongside music by Silvestrov and Lysenko. Read about it here

  • Jennifer releases Vol.2 of ‘The Polish Violin’ for Chandos Records

    Jennifer’s latest album for Chandos with Petr Limonov is available now, following their critically-acclaimed first volume of Polish music. She writes “This recording project of Polish music is one that is particularly close to my heart. The idea for the series arose from an awareness of the sound world associated with Polish music, of the country’s long-held fascination with the violin, and of my own Polish heritage on my mother’s side. More

  • Jennifer named Music Masters Ambassador

    This spring Jennifer is delighted to take on the role of Ambassador at Music Masters, the groundbreaking outreach programme that has brought music into schools and raised awareness of the importance of music in the curriculum since 2009. Jennifer has worked closely with Music Masters since its formation and looks forward to continuing to strive to highlight the enormous benefits music education can bring to young people’s lives.

  • BBC Radio 3 Lunchtime Concert

    On the European leg of the Stoller Hall’s world tour Jennifer performs a programme of Polish and British music with Petr Limonov, broadcast live on BBC Radio 3 and live-streamed on the hall’s website. Due to the current restrictions this concert will now take place in March 2021

  • Jennifer steps in to perform Mozart with BBC Philharmonic

    On November 13th Jennifer stepped in at short notice to perform Mozart’s Violin Concerto no.5 with the BBC Philharmonic and Ben Gernon for a live broadcast on BBC Radio 3. Listen online for 30 days.

  • Jennifer awarded MBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours

    Jennifer has been recognised for services to Classical Music in the Queen’s Birthday Honours, October 9th 2020. She said ‘I am very honoured and in these hard times I will continue to strive to save the arts in the UK as the healing power of music is needed now more than ever’.

  • Jennifer campaigns for support of the performing arts: ‘We need music now more than ever’

    Jennifer joined actress Vanessa Redgrave, mayor of Greater Manchester Andy Burnham and theatre director Marianne Elliott on the steps of Manchester Central Library to call for urgent support of the cultural sector. After performing Vaughan Williams’s The Lark Ascending she highlighted the plight of freelancers and added her voice to appeal to tech giants to rescue the industry. More