Debut Album : Tchaikovsky & Lalo

Ellinor D’Melon releases her debut album on March 24th 2023 for Rubicon Classics featuring Tchaikovsky Violin concerto and Lalo Symphonie Espagnole with the RTÉ National Symphony Orchestra and conductor Jaime Martín....

The Strad : Ellinor D’Melon makes debut at Ravinia Festival

The Strad : Ellinor D'Melon makes debut at Ravinia Festival performing 'Peace' by Jessie Montgomery together with pianist Lam Wong at Bennet Gordon Hall (Chicago, USA) as part of Ravinia Steans Music institute in which...

Debut with Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and Pablo Gonzalez

Ellinor D'Melon makes her debut with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and conductor Pablo Gonzalez on 25 and 26 February 2022 performing M.Bruch Violin Concerto No.1...

“D’Melon and Feddeck fascinate audience with electrifying Tchaikovsky”

"D'Melon and Feddeck fascinate audience with electrifying Tchaikovsky" - Francisco Martínez, Bachtrack " It was the first time I had heard Ellinor D'Melon and the impression could not have been better. At twenty, she...

Ellinor D’Melon steps in for James Ehnes

Ellinor D'Melon steps in at 48h notice for Canadian violinist James Ehnes, performing Tchaikovsky's violin concerto with the Orquesta Sinfónica de Castilla y León and conductor Jaime Martín at the Miguel Delibes...

Ellinor Steps in for Hilary Hahn 


Ellinor stepped in for Hilary Hahn making her debut with the Orquesta Sinfónica del Principado de Asturias described as “What happened between the audience and D’Melon was a crush, love at the first vibrato ” – La Nueva España

First Vlog


Hello everyone ! This is my first vlog, as many of you were interested to see what goes on behind the scenes! I talk about my performance and travel routines and more! Filmed in Spain (Madrid and Pamplona) in January 2020.    – Ellinor

Debut with RTÉ National Symphony


“D’Melon, in spite of her age, is one of those rare players who gives the impression that her command – both technical and musical – is total. Her approach was observant without being demonstrative, and she created the alluring illusion that the music was just being allowed to speak for itself. Simply fabulous.” – The Irish Times