Daisy, Orlando and Juliet Jopling


Daisy studied the violin with Itzhak Rashkovsky at the London Royal College of Music, David Takeno at the London Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and Boris Kuschnir at the Vienna Conservatory, Austria. 

At the age of 14 Daisy Jopling made her concerto debut at the Royal Albert Hall in London. She has since performed in major festivals and concert halls throughout the world, including Salzburger Festspiele, Edinburgh International Festival, the Musikverein in Vienna and the Carnegie Hall in New York. For 10 years she was a member of the internationally acclaimed creative string trio Triology with whom she has toured Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas.

Daisy has also played regular solo performances of her own music, including in 2001 opening the Vienna Town Festival, and the Danube festival in Austria; and in May 2005 opening the Vienna Festival with Omara Portuondo before an audience of 30,000 people. 

Daisy is constantly commissioning solo concertos, involving various musical styles. In London she has performed with the classical chamber music groups "Capricorn","Endymion" and the "Matrix Ensemble"; the contemporary music group "Mercia"; and the West African band "Dunni”.


Orlando Jopling studied 'cello with William Pleeth, Alexander Baillie and Raphael Wallfisch. He plays with several of the London orchestras and chamber groups, and has given recitals all over Europe and America.

He also regularly conducts the English Chamber Orchestra both in the recording studio and on the concert platform, and has also conducted the London Mozart Players, Irish Chamber Orchestra and Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

He has performed with Sinéad O'Connor, working with her on a version for orchestra of her latest album, and he has assisted André Previn working with the LSO, and Sir Colin Davis. His music for TV has been heard on all the major UK channels.


Juliet Jopling studied the viola with David Takeno in Cambridge and with Thomas Riebl at the Mozarteum in Salzburg. 

She is a prize-winner of the Lionel Tertis International Viola Competition, has performed in chamber music festivals throughout Europe and works with the Norwegian Chamber Orchestra, the Chamber Orchestra of Europe and Ensemble Modern. 

Solo appearances include a performance of Walton’s Viola Concerto with The Philharmonia (London). She plays a viola built by Giuseppe Guadagnini.