Cellist Felix Rosenboom studied at the Mozarteum University in Salzburg with Clemens Hagen, and fosters a particular love for chamber music. He frequently plays and performs with numerous chamber ensembles.
Notably, in 2022 Felix toured across the UK with his duo partner Anastasia Kulikova featuring a series of Spring Romantics concerts. The duo will undertake their next tour in May 2024.
Felix made his debut as a soloist with Orchestra at the age of 13 performing the Monn Cello Concerto with the Claydon Chamber Orchestra.
Felix studied at Junior Guildhall School of Music in London, under Selma Gokcen and Marina Logie, and over the years received ongoing mentorship from renowned violinist Patricia Calnan.
Felix played in the National Children’s Orchestra of Great Britain, before being awarded the position of co-principal cellist in the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain allowing him to perform as part of the BBC Proms in London.
He has taken masterclasses with many acclaimed cellists including Danjulo Ishizaka, Aaron Minsky, Leonid Gorokov, Roel Dieltiens, as well as Daniel Müller-Schott.
In 2023 Felix took part in the prestigious Prussia Cove Masterclasses in Cornwall, England.
Felix was granted the AYM Joan Scrutton Award, and was twice awarded 1st Prize in the North London Strings Competition.
In 2019 Felix won 1st Prize in the Sevenoaks Young Musician of the Year Competition which allowed him to perform Tchaikovsky’s Rococo Variations with the Lydian Chamber Orchestra.
In March 2022 Felix was named the 1st Prize winner of the prestigious Anton Rubinstein International Cello Competition in Düsseldorf, Germany, and in May 2022 he was awarded 1st prize at the Concorso Mainardi cello competition at the Mozarteum University, Salzburg. He was also awarded a special prize at the Les Musicaes du Centre International Music Competition in Paris.