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  • Sarah Freiberg | Amherst Early Music
    and Haydn Society She has performed with the New York Collegium Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra San Francisco Portland Baroque Oregon Seattle Baroque the Boston Early Music Festival and Arion Montreal As a corresponding editor for STRINGS magazine she has contributed numerous articles to that publication Sarah edited the Guerini cello sonatas for both PRB Productions and Broude Brothers and recorded them and Laurenti sonatas for Centaur She teaches in the Historical

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  • Heather Miller Lardin | Amherst Early Music
    of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form Heather Miller Lardin Heather Miller Lardin performs frequently on double bass violone and viola da gamba with period instrument ensembles throughout the Northeast including the Handel Haydn Society Tempesta di Mare and Brandywine Baroque From 2006 2013 she served as Artistic Director for the Ithaca based period instrument ensemble NYS Baroque As a modern double bassist she was a member of the Virginia Symphony

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  • Saskia Coolen | Amherst Early Music
    Coolen Saskia Coolen studied the recorder with Kees Boeke and Walter van Hauwe at the Sweelinck Conservatory in Amsterdam as well as musicology at the University of Utrecht For many years she has been a member of La Fontegara and Camerata Trajectina which have given numerous concerts at home and abroad She has also played in the Taverner Players the orchestra of the Nederlandse Bachvereniging the Freiburger Barockorchester the Gabrieli

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  • Sandra Miller | Amherst Early Music
    the recipient of a Solo Recitalist s Fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts First Prize in the Bodky Competition for Early Music and a New York recital debut sponsored by the Concert Artists Guild She has performed extensively throughout the United States and abroad with Concert Royal the Smithsonian Chamber Players American Bach Soloists Sinfonia New York Toronto s Tafelmusik and Boston s Handel and Haydn Society among

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  • Geoffrey Burgess | Amherst Early Music
    A key figure in the early instrument revival in Australia and for twenty years a member of Les Arts Florissants in Paris Geoffrey appears regularly with the Washington Bach Consort Philadelphia Bach Festival and Boston Early Music Festival Ensemble Burgess is also an active scholar with a PhD on French Baroque opera from Cornell University and the award winning study The Oboe written in collaboration with Bruce Haynes He is

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  • Wouter Verschuren | Amherst Early Music
    at home with repertoire ranging from the Renaissance to the Romantic He is principal bassoonist of The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra conducted by Ton Koopman and regularly plays with other renowned period orchestras such as The Orchestra of the 18th century La Petite Bande and The Academy of Ancient Music A graduate of the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague Wouter regularly appears as a soloist and plays in numerous international chamber music ensembles such as Caecilia Concert Concerto Palatino Oltremontano l Arpeggiata and many others Specializing in performance and research of 17th century music and later repertoire he makes regular appearances in Europe and the U S A with the harpsichordist and fortepianist Kathryn Cok Their world premier recording of unknown Sonatas by Nikolaus von Krufft was released in 2009 by Challenge Records and was enthusiastically received by the international press He can also be heard on countless other orchestral and chamber music CDs on labels such as Sony Alpha Erato and Antoine Marchand Wouter participated in the recording of the complete Bach and Buxtehude Cantatas with The Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra A dedicated and inspiring pedagogue Wouter teaches at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and the Utrecht Conservatoire and organizes

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  • Arthur Haas | Amherst Early Music
    Reeds Brass Early Notation Dance Blog Publications Odhecaton Music for the Duke of Lerma Regensburg Partbooks Order Form Arthur Haas Arthur Haas is one of the most sought after performers and teachers of Baroque music in the United States today He received the top prize in the Paris International Harpsichord Competition in 1975 and then stayed in France for a number of years as an active member of the growing European early music scene While in Paris he joined the Five Centuries Ensemble a group acclaimed for its performances and recordings of Baroque and contemporary music He is a member of the Aulos Ensemble one of America s premier period instrument ensembles whose recordings of Bach Vivaldi Telemann and Rameau have won critical acclaim in the press as well as Empire Viols and Aula Harmoniæ He has recorded harpsichord music of Jean Henry D Anglebert Forqueray Purcell and his contemporaries Elisabeth Jacquet de La Guerre François Couperin and most recently the three books of Pièces de Clavecin of J Ph Rameau Annual summer workshop and festival appearances include the International Baroque Institute at Longy and the Amherst Early Music Festival where he served as artistic director of the Baroque Academy

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  • Peter Sykes | Amherst Early Music
    continuo team for the Boston Early Music Festival opera productions of Cavalli s Ercole Amante Lully s Thésée and Psyché and Conradi s Ariadne and now directs its featured Keyboard Day mini festival He also appears regularly in concert and on recordings with Boston Baroque With Christa Rakich he created Tuesdays With Sebastian an independent two year benefit concert series in which he and Ms Rakich performed the entire keyboard works of Johann Sebastian Bach for the organ and harpsichord in thirty four recitals in five Boston area locations in the 2003 04 and 2004 05 concert seasons He has premiered new works by Dan Locklair James Woodman and Joel Martinson and has performed well over twenty dedication recitals for new or rebuilt organs He also performs frequently on the clavichord and was one of two featured players on this instrument at the 2009 Boston Early Music Festival His solo recordings include J S Bach s complete Leipzig Chorales recorded on the Noack organ of the Langholtskirkja in Reykjavik From The Heartland Two Nordlie Organs in South Dakota Harpsichord Music of Couperin and Rameau A Nantucket Organ Tour MAXimum Reger Favorite Organ Works and Modern Organ Music a disc of music by Hindemith Heiller Pinkham Woodman and Icelandic composers on the Noack organ in the Neskirkja in Reykjavik His bestselling recording of his organ transcription of Holst s orchestral suite The Planets was named Best of 1996 by Audio Review a Super CD by Absolute Sound in 1999 and garnered accolades in every review He appears on the Cambridge Bach Ensemble recording The Muses of Zion performing organ works of Tunder and Buxtehude on the Fisk meantone organ of Wellesley College the Music from Aston Magna recording of the oratorio The Triumph of Time and Truth in which he performs

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