Hailing from the small village of Llansoy in South Wales, Rhoslyn Lawton began her musical studies at the age of five and at the age of 16 took up a place at Chetham’s School of Music in Manchester. She then went on to study at the Royal Northern College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music where she graduated from the Master of Arts programme with Distinction.
As a soloist and a chamber musician, Rhoslyn has performed in many of the leading concert venues across the UK. In 2007 she performed the European premiere of Jose Lezcano’s Sonata for viola and guitar and in 2008 she gave her concerto debut performing Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante. In 2013 she performed Elliot Carter’s Au Quai in the Duke’s Hall RAM as part of a celebration for the late composer. From 2012-2016 Rhoslyn was a member of the Alauda Quartet with whom she studied for her Masters in Chamber Music at the Hochschule fur Musik, Theater und Medien Hannover. The quartet was appointed Junior Fellows in Chamber Music at the Royal Academy of Music in 2013 and were selected as Park Lane Group artists in the 2015 series. Since 2017 she has been a member of the Brodick Quartet giving recitals regularly across Scotland.
In 2016 Rhoslyn was excited to become a member of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra.
As an active orchestral player, she has worked with Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic, BBC National Orchestra of Wales and the Scottish Session Orchestra.