Naomi Peters

Naomi Peters received her bachelor degree cum laude in 1995 with Lex Korff de Gidts at the Utrechts Conservatorium. Subsequently she completed her studies with Istvan Parkanyi at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam.

Naomi attended masterclasses among others with Charles-Andre Linale and Herman Krebbers. She studied chambermusic with Milan Skampa, Gyorgy Ligety and the Altenberg Trio Wien.

As a soloist she played with various orchestras, like the Nederlands Studenten Kamerorkest, the Utrechtsch Studenten Concert and the Symfonie Orkest Haerlem.

Since 2001 Naomi is a member of the Mahler Chamber Orchestra, set up by Claudio Abbado, and currently led by chief-conductor Daniel Harding.

In addition she regularly plays in various orchestras in the Netherlands, such as the Koninklijk Concertgebouworkest.

She has a great affinity with chambermusic. With the Delos ensemble, which received in 2000 the Vriendenkrans of the Concertgebouw, she plays throughout the Netherlands since the formation of this ensemble in 1999. With this ensemble she made concert tours in the Middle East and Bosnia-Herzegovina.

Naomi Peters is a member of the Jenufa Quartet since 2004.