Alice Barron is a violinist, collaborator, and founder member of experimental world music group, iyatraQuartet. She enjoys a diverse career combining orchestral, chamber and solo performances with improvisatory and multi-disciplinary projects. She specialises in contemporary and world musics, with recent performances including projects with Nigel Kennedy, Jean-Luc Ponty, L. Subramaniam and with Sam Lee at WOMAD festival in Australia and New Zealand. Alice's collaborative work is genre-spanning and draws on her experiences studying South Indian violin techniques.
‘iyatraQuartet summoned up a flavour of dizzy Balkan revelry’ - Ivan Hewett, Telegraph
As part of a practice-led PhD at the University of Oxford, Alice is currently working on a series of collaborations creating new cross-cultural works for the violin that draw on her experiences studying in South India.