With broad musical interests, clarinetist Vicky Wright has played with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, toured North America with Roger Daltrey, and was winner of the Continuum Ensemble’s Improvisation Competition.
Performances include the Aldeburgh, Newbury, Bath, Huddersfield and Cambridge festivals; in London’s ‘’Cutting Edge’ series; the Wigmore Hall; and internationally in festivals in Bremen, Germany; Borealis Festival, Bergen; Ultima Festival, Oslo, Norway; Carrick-on-Shannon, Ireland; Stanford University, San Francisco; Linari Festival, Italy; the Transit Festival, Leuven, Belgium and the Weill Recital Hall, Carnegie Hall.
She has recorded for the Metier and Lorelt labels, has been broadcast on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’ and ‘Hear and Now’ and appeared on BBC 2’s ‘The Culture Show’. TV work includes recording music for 'Last of the Summer Wine' and could be heard in the Royal Shakespeare Company's production of 'God in Ruins'.
Her education work includes being a founding member of Ignite, the resident ensemble at the Wigmore Hall which runs creative music projects across the community and workshops in the hall itself.
Vicky studied at the Royal Academy of Music, London, where she was awarded numerous prizes, and at the Conservatorium van Amsterdam.