Tracey studied from the age of 14 with the famed Italian concert solo violinist Alfredo Campoli and then later at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London with Detlef Hahn. At the age of 14 Tracey played the Bach double Violin Concerto at the Royal Albert Hall, London which was televised and transmitted around the world.

She has had a varied playing career and has been fortunate to work with Sir George Martin, Ron Goodwin and Henry Mancini.  Tracey has also worked with the Sydney Opera House on their UAE tour, Norwegian National Opera and The Jacksons. No stranger to a studio, as well as many solo sessions, Tracey has broadcast on radio many times appearing on Classic fm in UAE and also BBC UK and a live performance on BFBS radio which was broadcast Worldwide

Serving six years as a member of Her Majesty‚Äôs Band of The Scots Guards , she appeared as their Soloist in many concerts at home and abroad and worked as Court musician for Queen Elizabeth II, leading the orchestra, regularly performing for Royalty and visiting  Heads of State, including presidents Bush and Putin.

In 2002 she was the selected soloist at The Edinburgh Military Tattoo in the presence of Her Majesty The Queen and then in 2005 was invited to be the soloist again for the Military Tattoo in Australia (performance videos tab above), playing to audiences of 27,000 per night live and to millions via satelite television link .

Since leaving the Scots Guards in 2008, Tracey graduated with a Masters Degree in Music Performance. Many solo concerts have followed, appearing as soloist with Orchestras and also as soloist with The Band of Honourable Artillery Company, Where she met her husband, the conductor Major Ed Keeley.  In 2013 Tracey relocated to Dubai, UAE and is building a successful freelance career there. However, she is still available for concerts in the Uk.

Should you wish to book Tracey for a function or performance, please contact Tracey via the tab above. 





Tracey Keeley
Violin soloist