Zoë Beyers was born in South Africa in 1982. SInce her debut aged eleven with the Swedish Chamber Orchestra under Paavo Järvi, she has been in demand as a soloist and chamber musician in Europe and at home in South Africa. Zoë studied at the Royal College of Music with Dr Felix Andrievsky, Gabrielle Lester and Gordan Nikolic, and was an Associated Board International Scholar, Yehudi Menuhin Scholar and winner of the Tagore Gold Medal. Zoë performs regularly with the internationally renowned Hebrides Ensemble, Fibonacci Sequence and the Scottish Ensemble, and appears at the Wigmore Hall, the Purcell Room, the City of London Festival, the BBC Proms and the St Magnus Festival.
Zoë is the Associate Leader of the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra. 
Recording this disc with the Stellenbosch University Camerata and Luis Magalhães in the Endler Hall has been one of the most wonderful experiences of Zoë’s career.
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