Graduating in 2012, Bryony gained first class honours in a BMus Music degree from the University of Leeds, specialising in performance. She started to learn the cello with Muriel Daniels when she was a chorister at Salisbury Cathedral and continued her studies with Sue Lowe. Over the years she has participated in the International Eton and Bryanston Cello Course and studied with Louise Hopkins, Pierre Doumenge, Alexander Baille and Adrian
Brendel. Bryony lived in Strasbourg for a year, studying the cello with Frank Van Lamsweerde and chamber music with Armand Angster. During this time she played with the ‘Volutes’ Orchestra and ‘Duna’ Trio, giving concerts around the Alsace region.Bryony has played professionally on cruise ships with chamber groups, touring both the Mediterranean and Baltic regions. She has performed recitals in Poole, Weymouth, Christchurch, Ripon, Leeds and Salisbury and has had the opportunity to play in some renowned venues such as St. John’s Smith Square and the Globe Theatre, London. Her solo performances with orchestra include Saint-Saens, Kabalevsky No. 1, Prokofiev Concertino, Elgar, J. C. Bach, and Vivaldi cello concertos. Recent orchestral work includes La Folia, London Arts Orchestra and Sydenham Sinfonia. Bryony is also plays with pop bands and in sessions at The Arch studios, London. Bryony is performing regularly as a freelance cellist in the South West and London, whilst also teaching the cello, chamber music and classroom music at Bryanston School and Streatham and Clapham High School. During the school holidays, Bryony also works as a cello coach for Music Makers and Super Strings and is assistant administrator for English Schools’ Orchestra.