Eleanor Graff-Baker read Music at The Queen’s College, Oxford, where she was a Choral Bursar and a member of Schola Cantorum, and is an Associate of the Royal College of Music. Her career has combined performance as a violinist and singer with composition and musical direction.

As a violinist she has worked with many orchestras including the Royal Ballet, the London Film Orchestra and the Melachrino Strings, and with smaller ensembles, as well as playing in a wide range of musicals, such as The Pajama Game, Cabaret and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat (national tour). She has worked for Central TV and the BBC. Her soprano singing engagements have included concert performances of mainstream classical works.

Original compositions include choral and orchestral works and range from a suite for marimba and strings to works for both string and full orchestras. She also has experience in supplying music and scripts for special occasions and corporate events. She is on the staff of Leicester Grammar School and is conductor of Loughborough University Choir.