Lorna Davis began cello lessons at age 7 with Christopher Le Bon (Calne) before attending RWCMD junior department from aged 15. Having won Wiltshire’s Liz Lawrence Award, Lorna embarked on her bachelor’s degree at The University of Manchester under the tuition of Kathryn Price. In 2013 she graduated from The Royal Academy of Music with a distinction in master of arts, with awards including The Harold Craxton Award for Chamber Music and The Marylebone Student Award. Lorna was then awarded the one available place for cello on the string leadership scheme with RNCM and The Halle giving her ample opportunity to perform with The Halle and where she won The Charles Halle Award. Lorna currently freelances with various professional orchestras including The Halle, Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. She gave her fourth concerto performance in February performing Haydn’s Concerto in C with Salisbury Sinfonia.