Trevor Williams

Feb 10, 1929
May 11, 2007


From Wikipedia:

Trevor James Williams (10 February 1929 – 11 May 2007) was a British violinist and professor at the Royal Academy of Music and at North Carolina University. […]


After leaving the academy he was invited to join the Aeolian String Quartet with Sydney Humphries (violin), Watson Forbes (viola), and John Moore (cello), who was followed by Derek Simpson.
Williams was appointed leader of the BBC Scottish Orchestra in 1963, and was later invited to be co-leader of the BBC Symphony Orchestra. He formed the Haffner String Quartet and became leader of the Tilford Bach Festival Ensemble and Orchestra. He was violin professor at the Royal Academy of Music (1959–63 and 1969–88) and also, for a shorter period, at the Royal College of Music. […]

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