Rosie Lowdell was born in London and started playing the violin aged seven, having already started piano lessons at the age of five. Rosie studied at the Royal Academy of Music in the junior department and then entered the Royal Northern College of Music. She has obtained a B.A hons. degree in Violin from the RNCM as well as a Masters degree in performance from Huddersfield University.
She has had a varied career spanning from chamber music and solo performances to tours with the experimental collective group "Homelife". As an orchestral musician she has played with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, BBC Philharmonic Orchestra, Halle Orchestra and Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra amongst others. When Rosie is not performing or teaching the violin or piano, she looks after her three year old son, and likes to relax by growing vegetables and making cheese at the farming community where she lives.