Connie is a London based Violinist and Singer available for solo, chamber, orchestral and session work.
Connie Chatwin is a versatile Violinist and Singer, based in London. She had classical training in Violin and also studied Jazz singing at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, to which she joined with a full scholarship. She has decided to pursue a varied career ranging from classical orchestral playing and recording on jazz/hip hop/pop sessions, to touring with indie/rock bands.
Playing for Sam Smith, Dodie, Dawn Penn, and recording for James Arthur, Femi Temowo and Phoria amongst others, she has performed at many festivals and been on sessions at Abbey Road, Rak, Angel and other notable studios.
She has toured Europe with Manchester based "Money", and London based "Wooden Arms," whilst regularly performing in the UK with a range of ensembles such as "The Outlook Orchestra." She plays and sings regularly for "Pixie and the Gypsies," whose debut album topped the iTunes Jazz chart.
Connie can put together ensembles, and arrange parts as an additional service. Being experienced in many genres she is also a regular member of function and Ceilidh bands. She appeared on a Sky Arts documentary about the life of Mick Ronson.