Emily Sheppard, violin

Emily Sheppard is a Tasmanian violinist, violist, improviser and composer who is inspired by unconventional and resonant places and spaces, as well as science and the environment.

Rachel Meyers, violin

Tasmanian musician, composer and musicologist Rachel Meyers' career spans world, folk, and experimental music genres.

Nicole Forsyth, viola

Violist, Nicole Forsyth loves storytelling through music. She would like to acknowledge the Elders of Cammeraygal, Gadigal & Darug Country where she lives and works.
Martin Gester

Martin Gester, guest conductor/harpsichord (France)

Martin Gester is a French conductor, organist and harpsichordist.
Aline Zylberajch - Harpsichord

Aline Zylberajch, harpsichord

A graduate of the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique, Paris, and of the New England Conservatory of Music, Boston, Aline Zylberajch started her career as a harpsichordist. 
Matthew ManchesterMatthew Manchester

Matthew Manchester, trumpet and cornetto

From humble musical beginnings playing in a small brass band in country NSW, Matthew Manchester is now recognised as one of Australia's leading practitioners and teachers in the historically informed performance of Rennaisance & Baroque music.
Brock ImisonBrock Imison

Brock Imison, bassoon

Born in Brisbane, Brock began his study of the bassoon at age 13. In 1994 he joined the QLD Conservatorium Music School before beginning his undergraduate studies there in 1997.
Georgia BrowneGeorgia Browne

Georgia Browne, flute

Flautist Georgia Browne began her musical life in Perth, Western Australia where she was given the opportunity to try replica historical flutes.
Simone SlatterySimone Slattery

Simone Slattery, violin

Australian violinist Simone Slattery is one of the country’s most versatile young musicians and performers, with a passion for music from a wide range of eras.

Ingo Müller, baroque oboe

Ingo Müller is a German baroque oboe player, based in Freiburg (Germany).