Luxembourgish violinist Line Faber performs regularly as a soloist and chamber musician in Belgium, United-Kingdom, Luxembourg and Italy.
Line studied as "young talent" at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels with Leonid Kerbel. She is currently studying at the Royal College of Music in London with Mark Messenger and benefits from frequent lessons by Radu Blidar.
She has won prizes and awards in various competitions and has been working in masterclasses with Yair Kless, Dora Schwarzberg, Ivry Gitlis, Isabelle van Keulen, Stephan Barratt-Due, Alina Ibragimova and Ulf Wallin.
As a chamber musician Line performed alongside the Harlem Quartet, Trio Apaches and Nicola Benedetti. She received coaching from Julian Rachlin, Renaud Capuçon and the Altenberg Trio Wien.
She is a founder member of the prize winning Artha String Quartet, with whom she has performed in Wigmore Hall and other major venues across Europe.
Line has participated in various Festivals such as Musica Mundi InternationalChamber Music Festival in Belgium, Musethica Festival in Spain, Klosters Music Festival.
As a soloist she has appeared with orchestras such as the I musici Brucellensis Orchestra and the Brussels Chamber Orchestra. She has had the privilege to perform Beethoven’s Violin Concerto with the RCM Symphony Orchestra in an orchestral masterclass conducted by Maxim Vengerov.
Line played as a member of the Belorussian Minsk Youth Orchestra and Musica Mundi Youth Orchestra. As part of the RCM Symphony Orchestra she has played under the baton of Vladimir Ashkenazy and Rafael Payare.
This year she has also been awarded a place on the English National Opera’s sit-in scheme – ENO Evolve.
Line plays an 18th Century violin made by Lorenzo Storioni generously on loan from a private individual.