Annabel Lainchbury

Annabel Lainchbury

Annabel is a violinist, composer, string arranger and music educator based in Cornwall. She enjoys playing among all sorts of creative genres, collaborating in both performance and education with artists, storytellers, filmmakers and musicians of a wide range of musical styles and backgrounds.

After graduating from South West Music School Annabel studied violin with Max Baillie. Following her interest in composition and incorporating music with visuals, Annabel went on to study filmmaking at The European Film College, Denmark.

Annabel is currently writing and producing a solo show from her studio on the cliffs of Zennor exploring shamanic storytelling through live and electronic music.

Annabel is presently a violinist/composer in The Rat Affair, Valentine, The Mighty Bucca Du and Los Pasos Nuevos as well as performing and recording as a session violinist for local bands. Annabel has most recently collaborated in art/sound exhibitions working alongside Nina Royal, Jack Doherty, Louis Gulliver King, Seamas Carey and Daisy Rickman.

Annabel tutors violin privately and is passionate about supporting mental wellbeing through music. She has trained in music education as part of projects with The South West Music School, Wigmore Hall Learning and The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment.