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Charlotte Spruit

Charlotte Spruit

Charlotte Spruit is convincingly establishing herself as one of the most promising young talents, and deserves her place on stage.

Het Kersjes Fonds

Charlotte played Mozart with elegance, a natural ease, and contagious joy.

NRC Handelsblad

Solo - String


  • Charlotte Spruit - Violin/Baroque Violin
  • TBC - Piano


Jean Sibelius, 5 pieces op 81 (15’)

Karol Szymanovsky – Mythes op. 30 (20’)

Nicola Matteis – from Ayrs for the violin: ‘Passagio Rotto’ and ‘Fantasia’ (5’)

Ernest Chausson – Poeme op. 25 (16’)

Eugene Ysaye - Reve d’enfant (5’)

Marc-Antoine Charpentier - ‘Quoi Rien ne Peut Vous Arrêter’

M. Laurent – Rien n’approche de la Peine

Anonymous - ‘Dans ce charment séjour que de fleurs vont renaître’Marc-Antoine Marc-Antoine Charpentier ‘Ah qu'on est malheureux d’avoir des désirs’

Duration of the set: 13’

Jean-Féry Rebel, Violin Suite no 2, in B minor (30’)


Charlotte Spruit is a passionate chamber musician and soloist, having performed at prominent locations, such as the Concertgebouw, Wigmore Hall, and the Elbphilharmonie.

In 2022, Charlotte won first prize as well as the audience prize and the Genuin Classics prize at the Leipzig International Johann Sebastian Bach Competition. Charlotte has performed chamber works with acclaimed musicians including Janine Jansen, Gidon Kremer, Tabea Zimmermann, Lawrence Power, and Christian Tetzlaff. She is regularly invited to play in chamber music festivals, including the Chamber Music Connects the World festival at the Kronberg Academy and the Mendelssohn on Mull Festival where she performed with the Doric String Quartet.

As a soloist, Charlotte has played with numerous orchestras, including the Residentie Orkest The Hague, The Netherlands Radio Philharmonic Orchestra, the Pauliner Barockensemble, and Ensemble Esperanza.

Charlotte studied at the Guildhall School of Music with David Takeno and at the Royal Academy of Music with Ying Xue. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree at the Royal Academy of Music with Rachel Podger and Pavlo Beznosiuk.