This page gives brief information about soloists and professional recorder ensembles and groups featuring recorder players active in the UK. If you wish to be included in this page, please contact the publicity officer email@example.com. Please state your musical qualifications (if any) and say whether you are a professional (i.e. earning some or all of your income from music) or amateur.
Piers Adams – Past winner of the Moeck/SRP competition, Vice President of the Society of Recorder Players
Giovanni Antonini – musical director of Il Giardino Armonico
Charlotte Barbour-Condini – First ever recorder player to reach BBC Young Musician final in 2012
David Bellugi – Based in Italy
Vicki Boeckman – primarily works in the USA
Andreas Bohlen – teaches in Austria
Susanna Borsch – Based in Germany
Erik Bosgraaf – Based in Holland
Julien Feltrin – Based in France, teaches at the Royal College of Music
Peter Holtslag – Based in Holland, teaches at the Royal Academy of Music
Jill Kemp – UK based
Dan Laurin – Based in Sweden, teaches at Trinity Laban
Emma Murphy – UK Based
Evelyn Nallen – Musical adviser to the Society of Recorder Players
Christopher Orton – Teaches at Birmingham Conservatoire. Past winner of the Moeck/SRP competition
Michala Petri – Based in Denmark, Vice President of the Society of Recorder Players
Pamela Thorby – UK based, teaches at the Royal Academy of Music.
Sophie Westbrooke – BBC Young Musician finalist in 2014
Peter Bowman and Kathryn Bennetts – UK based
The Flautadors (Recorder Quartet)
I Flautisti (The London Recorder Quartet)
Royal Wind Music (Double Sextet) – all members are past students of the Conservatorium van Amsterdam, includes Maria Martinez Ayerza, a past Moeck/SRP competition winner.
Seldom Sene (Recorder Quintet)
This section lists groups of several instruments that include one or more recorders. The recorder players in each group are named.
Florilegium – Ashley Solomon
Passacaglia – Annabel Knight
Red Priest – Piers Adams
Respectable Groove – Evelyn Nallen