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Loud performing on a cruise ship
|Born||1975 (age 42–43)|
Early life and career
She studied at the Royal Academy of Music with her principal tutor György Pauk who described her as: "Very musical, with fantastic flair and presence - one of the most talented British violinists I had ever come across.".
From London she went to study in New York City with Cho-Liang Lin at the Juilliard School of Music. Loud has performed as a soloist with most of the major UK orchestras and also performs chamber music. She now performs extensively on cruise ships with a repertoire which includes classical, jazz, country, folk, and film music.
In 2003, Nicola Loud was awarded an ARAM by the Royal Academy of Music in London and in 2008 became a television presenter for the BBC, co-hosting the concerto final of BBC Young Musician of the Year in Cardiff. As a past winner, she was also featured in a documentary celebrating 30 years of the competition, and provided the commentary for the Eurovision Young Musicians 2008 program on BBC Four.
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