Emma Parker played violin with The Bryan Ferry Orchestra on the album The Jazz Age.
Emma Parker graduated in 2005 from the Royal Academy of Music in London with first class honours degrees in both undergraduate and postgraduate performance. She was a pupil of Howard Davis of the Alberni Quartet, and Marianne Thorsen of the Nash Ensemble and the Leopold Trio.
Aside from the Badke Quartet, Emma enjoys a busy freelance career. She plays with chamber orchestras such as the London Mozart Players, Northern Sinfonia and the Weinberger Kammerorchester. Her symphonic work includes the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra and BBC Philharmonic.
Emma is in much demand as a session player and also enjoys collaborations with other chamber ensembles, including Acoustic Triangle and the Honeymead Ensemble.
She plays on a Nicolò Amati violin from 1672, kindly on loan from a private donor.