The Sublime and the Kooky
Héloïse Degrugillier, Emily O'Brien and Roy Sansom
Works for recorder and other period instruments by J.S. Bach and his contemporaries.
Héloïse Degrugillier has worked extensively as both a recorder performer and teacher throughout Europe and the United States. Recent performances include a recital at the National Music Museum in South Dakota, with the Dunya ensemble in Jordan Hall, and with the Boston Early Music Festival Opera. Héloïse enjoys an active teaching career working with the Boston Recorder Society, Recorder Guild of New York, Pinewoods, and others. She has recently completed her studies in the Alexander Technique and has a Masters in Music from the Utrecht Conservatory in the Netherlands. She has studied with Heiko ter Scheggett, Saskia Coolen, and Pedro Memelsdorff.
Emily O'Brien studied the recorder and french horn at BU, as well as the recorder and Baroque flute at the Hochschule für Musik in Karlsruhe, Germany. She performs and teaches in the Boston area, including the Society for Historically Informed Performance concert series, the Boston Recorder Society concert series, and at fringe events surrounding Boston Early Music Festival, Early Music New York, Helios Opera, and the NEC Baroque Society. Emily also teaches regularly at various summer music workshops such as Pinewoods Early Music Week and MidEast Early Music Week. Currently, she is working with Friedrich von Huene on his "Well-tempered Recorder" projecta collection of recordings of the entire Well-tempered Klavier in arrangements for recorders. Emily works for the von Huene Workshop, the Early Music Shop of New England, as well as for her own company, Dill Pickle Gear, making instrument cases and cycling bags.
Roy Sansom has performed with the Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops Orchestra, New World Symphony in Miami, BEMF Orchestra, New York City Opera, and (most proudly) Emmanuel Music. Roy composes for the recorder, scores for films, and makes recorders at the von Huene Workshop.
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