Who Are We?


The Berkeley Trio was formed by Edward Morton (violin), Sarah Blundell (viola) and Diana Bailey (cello) . The members of the Berkeley Trio are based in Kent and Surrey, and they perform regularly in London and the South East.
Edward Morton took up the violin at the age of four under the tutilage of Teddy Bor and later continued his studies at the Royal College of Music, London. He studied with various professors including Christopher Warren Green and Hugh Bean. He was a founding member of the Parke Ensemble, a contemporary music group based in London. He now performs exclusively with The Berkeley Trio.
Sarah Blundell studied the viola at the Royal College of Music and The University of Surrey prior to a period of  training in performance at Goldsmiths College, University of London. Her viola professors included Eileen Engelbrecht, William Padel and Roger Best. Following extensive performance of chamber music with both small and large ensembles, she now devotes her energies to performance with The Berkeley Trio. 
Diana Bailey studied the cello at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London where her professors included Stefan Popov and Raphael Wallfisch. Her studies included extensive training in chamber music under the direction of Gordon Back and Paul Berkowitz with whom she specialised in piano trio performance. As well as working with the Berkeley Trio she is also an accomplished pianist and clarinettist.


For more information, email us at enquiries@berkeley-trio.co.uk

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