Lynn Daphne Rudolph


Lynn Daphne Rudolph is currently one of South Africa’s most prominent young violists. As the current winner of the South African Strings Foundation Competition, Lynn was awarded the first prize which includes a custom-made viola by Albertus Bekker. Lynn recently graduated from Nelson Mandela University with a Master’s in viola performance, cum laude.

As a soloist, Lynn has performed with the University of Stellenbosch Symphony Orchestra and the Heydeburg Symphony Orchestra. In 2021, Lynn was selected as a finalist for the Fine Music Radio competition and placed as second runner-up. In 2020, Lynn was named “Young Rising Star” as part of the Endler Concert Series at the Stellenbosch Konservatorium.

In 2019, Lynn was awarded first prize for the Mabel Quick International Competition. As a chamber musician, Lynn was invited as guest principal for the Free State Symphony Orchestra, and has worked with the Eastern Cape Philharmonic Orchestra, Kwazulu-Natal Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cape Philharmonic Orchestra. Similarly, Lynn has been a recurring member of the Cape Town Baroque Ensemble, with recently having played both baroque viola and violin.


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December in Jozi
Portrait de Lynn Daphne Rudolph

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Veiled- Niloufar Nourbahksh
December in Jozi
Homegrown Immigrant- Youngblood Gallery
Max Bruch- Romanze in F for viola and orchestra- op. 85
Online South African Strings Foundation Competition for Viola-Lynn Rudolph final round 2021
Online South African Strings Foundation Competition for viola
Fine Music Radio Competition Submission- J.S. Bach suite 5 Allemande
Meet the Musicians- Lynn Rudolph performance and interview
Hector Pieterson Memorial | Talk That Talk South Africa
Melkhoutfontein | Making theatre during the Covid 19 pandemic.
History of Apartheid and tour of the museum
TalkThatTalk South Africa | Masculinity and responsibility in feminism
Setting boundaries and living in your truth | Chester Martinez
Covid19's impact on the Sex Work industry | Sex workers being killed
TalkThatTalk South Africa | How Covid19 is affecting the Sex Work industry
Ending my week in the Karoo
My week in the Karoo
Life lessons with Zolani Mahola
Self-empowerment, Boundaries, Awareness and Representation
TalkThatTalk South Africa | The One Who Sings-Zolani Mahola
Sexual misconduct in the workplace
TalkThatTalk South Africa | White Feminism and racism in Cape Town
Womxn can't express themselves freely through Art
TalkThatTalk South Africa | GBV is killing South Africa
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | Haydn in London program - Klassique Baroque Festival
Strings Convention (Multiculturalism | cultural diversity)
Lynn Daphne Rudoph | Remembrance on a bridge for Violin and Viola
TalkThatTalk South Africa | ep. 3
TalkThatTalk South Africa | ep. 2
Systemic issues within the South African Classical Music Industry
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | N.Boulanger Trois Piece no. 3
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | Nadia Boulanger Trois pieces no.2
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | Walton Viola concerto
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | J.S. Bach Suite No. 5
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | E. Bloch - Suite Hebraique "Rhapsodie"
Lynn Daphne Rudolph | E. Pütz - Blues for Benni
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