"One of the leading exponents of the recorder in the United States, Judith Linsenberg has been hailed for her “virtuosity” (Washington Post), “expressivity” (Seattle Post-Intelligencer), "fearless playing" (SF Classical Voice), and combination of “masterly control with risk-taking spontaneity” (Early Music). She has performed extensively throughout the US and Europe, including solo appearances at the Hollywood Bowl and Lincoln Center; and has been featured with such leading American ensembles as the San Francisco Symphony, the San Francisco Opera Center, the Los Angeles Opera, the LA Chamber Orchestra, Philharmonia Baroque Orchestra, American Bach Soloists, the Portland, Seattle, and Los Angeles Baroque Orchestras, the Bach Festival of Philadelphia, the Oregon and Carmel Bach Festivals, Musica Sacra of New York, Musica Angelica of Los Angeles, and others. She is the winner of national performance awards, and has premiered several pieces for the recorder, including a new work commissioned by her and, in March 2002 in Los Angeles, the US premiere of Vivaldi's recorder concerto, RV 312R.
Ms. Linsenberg is the director of the Baroque ensemble, Musica Pacifica, whose performances and seven recordings on the Virgin Classics and Dorian labels have received international acclaim ... " Visit website for more information. (ed.)
Category: Ensembles/Performers/Associations/Societies / Winds - Recorder (solo/consort/orchestra)
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