Phoebe Carrai

Phoebe Carrai, a native Bostonian, started playing the cello at the age of 10. She fell in love with the Baroque cello and the Early Music Movement whilst a student of Lawrence Lesser at The New England Conservatory of Music in Boston where she earned both her Bachelor and Master …

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Adrian Chandler

Born on Merseyside in 1974, Adrian Chandler is recognised as one of today’s leading interpreters of Italian baroque music. Whilst a student at the Royal College of Music, Adrian founded La Serenissima with whom he has performed as Director/Soloist at major festivals internationally, and has recorded extensively for the Avie …

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Evelyn Chang

A musician with diverse qualities, Evelyn is a Taiwan born artist with a culture background of both the east and the west. She made her London debut in 2004 in the Park Lane Group Series at the South Bank Centre. The success and exciting reviews followed with numerous collaborations with …

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Rachel Chaplin

Rachel Chaplin works with many of the leading period instrument ensembles in the UK, including the English Baroque Soloists, Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique, The King’s Consort, Classical Opera Company and Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment. With these and other groups she has performed and recorded numerous works on French …

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Paula Chateauneuf

Paula Chateauneuf’s playing has been described as “one of the most exciting things on the pre-classical concert circuit”. She came to London as an American Fulbright Scholar and soon after established herself as one of early music’s leading soloists and ensemble players. She performs with many of the finest early …

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