Felia Violin Duo

The Felía Duo is a vibrant, dynamic and stylish violin duo that provides classical music with a folk edge, taking inspiration from Traditional Scottish melodies. Julia and Emily, both from Scotland, met whilst studying at St. Mary’s Music School in Edinburgh and have since been giving solo and duo performances throughout Europe.

As a duo, they perform frequently throughout Britain and Europe including, the Canary Islands, Spain and France and regularly play for corporate events and private functions.

Having recently graduated with honours from both the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, they are now based in London.

Flower Duet

Melodia de Arrabal


Julia began her musical studies in Spain at the age of 7 and gave her debut solo performance aged 10 in Granada. At 16 she gained a place at St. Mary’s Music School where she went on to win numerous competitions including the Director’s Recital Prize and the Edinburgh Festival Concerto Competition.

As a soloist Julia has performed in Britain, Spain and Switzerland and is also an avid chamber musician. In 2003 she was awarded a scholarship to study under Maurice Hasson at the Royal Academy of Music where she is continuing her postgraduate studies.

Emily has performed in many of Britain’s leading concert halls as an orchestral player and chamber musician including, the Royal Albert Hall, the Birmingham Symphony Hall, the Queen’s Hall and the Usher Hall.

She completed her studies in 2006 at the Royal College of Music and now lives and works around London.

Repertoire List
Blue Velvet
Call me irresponsible
The Glory of Love
Moon River

Spanish Folk
Tango music
Melodia de Arrabal
Por Una Cabeza
El Dia Que Me Quieras
Mi Buenos Aires Querido

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Adagio for Strings
Ave Maria
Air on a G string
Chanson de Matin
Canon in D
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
The Flower Duet
The Nutracker Suite
Toccata in D minor
Torreadors Song
Vltava from Ma Vlast
Wedding March

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