Violinist Sophie Till is particularly known for her work teaching professional players with playing-related injuries. She has given workshops and lecture series for orchestral players and teachers, in Australia, Singapore, the U.K and the U.S. She has worked particularly closely with players from the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the BBC Orchestras and is the String Specialist for the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic.
Sophie holds U.K/ U.S citizenship and is Associate Professor of Violin at Marywood University in Pennsylvania where she also directs the String Project, training student teachers and providing affordable string education for children ages 4-18.
An active performer as recitalist and chamber musician, she has also given radio and television broadcasts. Sophie studied with Dona Lee Croft at the Royal College of Music, with Zakhar Bron at the Royal Academy of Music in London and Charles Treger at the University of Massachusetts in the U.S.