the Artists for Baroque Winds
taught at the Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen for 12
years, recorder player Vicki
coaches and teaches at workshops and seminars all over the United
States and in British Columbia, and directs the Port
Townsend Early Music Workshop
and the Portland
A regular guest with early music ensembles in the Pacific Northwest
and British Columbia, she has performed across the United States and
in Canada, Denmark, Norway, Sweden, England, Scotland and Germany.
from Lopez Island is one of the most sought-after baroque oboe makers
and players in the world, having performed with many of the most
important groups around the United States. His instruments are to be
heard around the world in performance with many of today’s
prominent baroque oboists.
is artistic director of the Salish Sea Early Music Festival, has won
the most prestigious awards for performers of early music on period
instruments in Boston and Brugges, Belgium and has performed in 25
graduate of the Juilliard school and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis
in Basel, Switzerland, Canadian cellist Caroline
made her Alice Tully Hall debut in 2014 as winner of the Juilliard
School Historical Performance Department’s Concerto Competition.
She has appeared with such eminent musicians as Jordi Savall,
Kristian Bezuidenhout, Richard Egarr, Masaaki Suzuki, William
Christie and Monica Huggett, and has performed for leading early
music ensembles and festivals in Boston, Leipzig and Austria,
Switzerland and Lichtenstein.
has performed as a soloist and ensemble member in the United States,
England, and Germany, has been featured with many period instrument
orchestras and festivals and recently completed his doctorate in
musicology at the University of Oxford.