Yulia Northridge, Ekaterina Shetliffe and Oxana Militsina.


Bach Concerto in D-minor for 2 violins & piano | Tchaikovsky Melody | Elgar Romance in E-minor | Bach Adagio | Schostakovich Valse | Frolov Romance.


£10 for adults and £5 for children 16 and under.
Tickets available from the Dawlish Tourist Information Centre (01626 215665) or on the door on the evening (if any left).


Come an enjoy an evening of classical music by these three incredibly talented Russian musicians.They performed earlier in the year as part of the main Arts Festival and were absolutely amazing. Dawlish is very fortunate to have such talent coming to the Strand Community Centre. Please do not miss this opportunity. Repertoire includes music by Bach, Elgar, Tchaikovsky, Frolov and Schostakovich.
Tea, coffee, wine and nibbles available on the evening.

About the performers

Yulia Northridge, gained postgraduate studies Degree from the Petrozavodsk Music Academy of Russia, and was awarded the prize of ‘”The Young Talent of Russia” in 1992. Whilst in Russia, she performed extensively as a 1st violinist in a professional string quartet. Since 2008, Yulia has been based in the UK, where she is regularly seen performing at various concerts all over the East Midlands & South of England, appearing as a soloist with the Loughborough and the Derby Concert Orchestras.
As a graduate of Dargomizsky College of Music, of Tula, Ekaterina Shetliffe, has enjoyed the career of a concert pianist, giving regular solo performances and accompanying leading vocalists and instrumentalists in the South West, appearing in various respected venues, including Dartington Space, The Dartmouth Flavel ,and the Teignmouth & Dawlish Arts Festivals.
Ekaterina works as a piano teacher at the Queen’s College, Taunton, and also founded Creative Llama Ltd, a company offering musical tuition, arts and language classes to children & adults in the South West. Yulia and Ekaterina regularly play together as Piano & Violin Duo ‘Elegance’.
Oxana is a guest violinist with the prestigious State Academic Russian Concert Orchestra. She started to learn the violin at the age of six and attended a Russian special music school, akin to Chetham’s School of Music in the UK, until she was 18. She then studied for five years at the Kazan State Music Conservatory, which was winner of the prize for the “Best Fine Art Institution in the Russian Federation”. There she gained a first-class diploma in violin performance and teaching. Oxana has played professionally for over 20 years and has made recordings with the outstanding Tatarstan National State Orchestra. She is now based in Dawlish, Devon, and actively takes part in solo, chamber and orchestral music in the locality. She has violin students from the age of five and offers lessons up to the highest level of violin technique and performance.