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Eloisa-Fleur is an expressive artist and collaborator, known for her unique, captivating violin performances both on stage and in the recording studio.


She is founder, co-Artistic Director and leader of the pioneering chamber orchestra 12 Ensemble. She has directed the group at leading festivals and venues including the BBC Proms, Wigmore Hall, Barbican, Berlin Philharmonie, Hamburg Elbphilharmonie and Jordan Hall - Boston. Their two albums Resurrection and Death and the Maiden have received widespread critical acclaim. 

As soloist, Eloisa-Fleur has performed Arvo Part’s Fratres at the BBC Proms (2019), J.S Bach's Concerto in D minor for two violins with Maxim Vengerov, appeared alongside composer Max Richter for his Vivaldi Recomposed for DIOR’s fall 2022 menswear show, and recorded Edmund Finnis' Elsewhere, for solo violin and reverb, "Eloisa-Fleur Thom's breathtaking solo violin takes the listener Elsewhere indeed." (BBC Music Magazine) In 2021, Eloisa-Fleur played Jonny Greenwood's Water, alongside the composer at the Barbican in London, with "crystalline purity". (The Strad)

An advocate for new music, Eloisa-Fleur has performed at the Southbank Centre's DEEP∞MINIMALISM festival, Sound Live Tokyo Festival and held a creative residency at HEIMA in Seydisfjordur, Iceland. Through 12 Ensemble, she has commissioned new works from trailblazing British composers Oliver Leith and Kate Whitley, collaborated with contemporary artists The National, Elena Tonra, Keaton Henson, and features on Carnage Nick Cave & Warren Ellis' latest album.

Eloisa-Fleur has lead sessions for film scores including Jonny Greenwood’s Spencer, and The Power of the Dog, Mica Levi’s Oscar-norminated Jackie and Bobby Krlic's Midsommer to name a few. She also features on Radiohead's album A Moon Shaped Pool, Franck Ocean's album Blonde, The Smile’s A Light for Attracting Attention, and Thom Yorke's Anima and Suspiria soundtrack.

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