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Georgia Browne, Tuomo Suni, Tom Foster

Georgia Browne, Tuomo Suni, Tom Foster

Early Music

Instrumentation

  • Georgia Browne - Baroque flute
  • Tuomo Suni - Violin
  • Tom Foster - Harpsichord

Repertoire

We offer entertaining and well thought-out programmes of Baroque chamber music. Programmes can be tailored to suit occasions or themes. We love to share anecdotes and tell stories about the music we play as interacting with our audiences is central to our performance.

Repertoire includes works by Bach and sons, Handel, Telemann and Rameau alongside Scots tunes from the 18th century and music by lesser known composers.

For smaller venues, we are available as a flute and harpsichord duo.

For venues without a harpsichord, we can take care of the hire and transport of an instrument which will add around £150-£200 to our overall fee.

Biography

We are a trio of early music specialists based in Glasgow. We each perform regularly with internationally recognised ensembles and have appeared at the Edinburgh International Festival, The BBC Proms, Festival d'Aix en Provence, Utrecht Early Music Festival and at prestigious concert venues throughout Europe, North America and Australasia.

Georgia Browne is principal flute with Ensemble Pygmalion, Arcangelo and La Nuova Musica. She is also a regular with the Dunedin Consort. Born in Australia, she gets to return as a guest of the Australian Chamber Orchestra and the newly formed Australian Classical and Romantic Orchestra (ARCO).

Tuomo Suni is concert master for Vox Luminis, principal second violin of The English Concert, a member of Ensemble Masques and appears often with the Dunedin Consort. Tuomo frequently returns to his native Finland to work with the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra.

Tom Foster has recently returned from a solo harpsichord recital in New York's Carnegie Hall. Principal keyboardist of The English Concert, Tom is also a continuo player for the Scottish Ensemble, Dunedin Consort, Arcangelo and the Mahler Chamber Orchestra.