Magdalena Loth-Hill studied at Chetham’s School of Music with Jan Repko before continuing her studies at the Royal College of Music, London, with Itzhak Rashkovsky, Laura Samuel, Adrian Butterfield and Lucy Russell. Magdalena Loth-Hill graduated in 2013 with first-class honours and in 2015 gained a Master’s degree with first-class honours. At the RCM, she has been soloist in Bach’s E major concerto and Brandenburg No. 4, and won the Century Fund Prize with her string quartet, the Consone Quartet. She has led the RCM Baroque and Classical orchestras, performed live on BBC Radio 3 In Tune and played on tour in Italy, Germany, Austria, the United States and Bolivia, where she looks forward to solo recitals as artist of the festival in 2016.
Magdalena has performed at the Wigmore Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, the Royal Festival Hall, the Kennedy Center, Buckingham Palace and Kensington Palace among other venues. She has played the Mendelssohn and Bruch concertos with the City of Carlisle Orchestra, recorded works for the British Library ‘Georgians Revealed’ exhibition and recorded pieces for the most recent ABRSM syllabus. Magdalena is a participant in the 2015 Orchestra of the Age of the Enlightenment experience scheme and is a founder member of Medici, Trianon and the Consone Quartet, which won the EUBO Development Fund Prize and a place on the European Emerging Ensembles programme at the 2015 York Early Music Festival International Young Artists Competition. She has performed with the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, English Baroque Soloists and Florilegium and under conductors including Sir Mark Elder, Bernard Haitink, Christopher Hogwood, Vladimir Jurowski, Franz Anton Krager, Paul McCreesh and John Wilson.
As an Orpheus Scholar at the RCM, Magdalena has been supported by a Douglas and Hilda Simmonds Award, the Countess of Munster Trust, The Seary Trust, The Kathleen Trust, The Denne Gilkes Memorial Fund, the Else and Leonard Cross Trust and Lynn Foundation. She has been awarded the Mills Williams Junior Fellowship at the Royal College of Music for 2015–16.