French-born Pierre Frapier graduated from London's Royal College of Music under Professor Itzhak Rashkovsky. Before that he had studied in France with Constantin and Rodika Bogdanas and in Belgium with Marc Danel. Frapier has performed as soloist with the London City Orchestra, the State Youth Orchestra of Armenia and the Moscovia Chamber Orchestra. He has also played solo at the Montpellier Opera and the Nancy Theatre in France, at the Braluz Theatre in Italy, at the Moscow Conservatory, at the Israeli Opera in Tel Aviv and in many of the main concert halls in the UK. Frapier is a Concordia Foundation artist and he took third place and prize for best performance of a sonata in the 11th International Aram Khachaturian Violin Competition. He plays a rare violin built by the Voller Brothers of London in 1894.
Frapier is in the Young Chamber Musicians programme.