Highlights of recent seasons included performances at the Brighton Festival, the Toronto Centre for the Arts, the Orillia Opera House, at the Spanish festival Encuentro de Musica de Santander, and at the Festival Pablo Casals in France. As an avid chamber musician, his performances have been broadcast on SDR radio (Germany), WCLV Cleveland and PBS television. He has held multi-year Fellowships at both the Aspen Music Festival and the Perlman Music Program.
A native of Toronto now living in the United Kingdom, Mr. Anderson-Frank has studied at the Royal Conservatory of Music, Université de Paris-Sorbonne and Salzburg’s Mozarteum. Mr. Anderson-Frank holds a Bachelor of Music degree with academic honours from the Cleveland Institute of Music and a Masters of Music degree, obtained with distinction on full scholarship at the Royal Academy of Music in London. He regularly leads orchestras including the Orion Symphony and City Side Sinfonia of London and was a member of the LSO String Experience Scheme. In February 2011, Mr. Anderson-Frank was appointed No. 4 First Violin of the Philharmonia Orchestra.
Nathaniel plays a violin by G. Cappa, Saluzzo, 1682, generously made available to him on long-term loan by a consortium of investors.