Iliana Kanellopoulou, 2018

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Susie Blankfield is a London-based cellist and string arranger who has worked with high-profile artists across a wide spectrum of genres.

Credits include:

Biffy Clyro 
• David Rodigan & The Outlook Orchestra • Dermot Kennedy • Dizzee Rascal • Freya Ridings • Grace Carter • Jade Bird • James Arthur • Little Mix • Mala • Michael Ball & Susan Boyle • Mr. Eazi • Oscar Jerome • Samm Henshaw • Winnie Raeder

TV and radio:

 

BBC - Top of the Pops, Radio 1 Live Lounge, Annie Mac Show, Huw Stephens Show • ITV - BRIT Awards, X Factor, Britain's Got Talent, The Sara Cox Show • Channel 4 - Sunday Brunch, 4Music • MTV Unplugged • Late Night Berlin • 1Live Radio Germany

 

Live work:

 

National Theatre • Soho Theatre • Royal Albert Hall • Royal Festival Hall • Glastonbury Festival • Camden Roundhouse • Underbelly Festival • Raindance Film Festival • Boomtown • The Jazz Café • Hammersmith Apollo • Birmingham Symphony Hall • Lovebox • Green Man Festival • Watford Palace Theatre • Eastern Electrics • Wilderness Festival • Secret Garden Party • XOYO • Manchester Opera House • Oslo Opera House • St David's Hall • Paradiso • Bataclan • DR Koncerthuset

Ray Burmiston ©

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TEACHING

Committed to music education, Susie has taught Early Years music, whole-class strings and piano lessons for the Tower Hamlets and Camden music services. She has worked in Community Arts projects for Soundcastle and Spitalfields Music and continues to teach private music lessons on a weekly basis.

 

Susie is a graduate of Bristol University and Trinity Laban Conservatoire.

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