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Martha Perry, baroque violin & viola , in addition to being a member of New Trinity Baroque, performs with the Indianapolis and Atlanta Baroque Orchestras, the Dayton Bach Society, and the ensemble, Anima Fortis, winner of Early Music America's 2002 "Professional Development Award." Having performed at the Berkeley, Bloomington, and Boston Early Music Festivals, Martha has also recently performed with Ensemble Ouabache, The Comic Intermezzo, and on an educational artist residency with the ensemble Marley's Head. Martha has performed with Virginia-based groups Capriole, The Governor's Musick, The Cavalier Consort, and Old Dominion University's Collegium Musicum, and has been heard on the early music radio program, "Harmonia," and on N.P.R.'s "Performance Today." Ms. Perry recently completed her Master of Music in Early Music Performance at Indiana University, where she was a student of Stanley Ritchie. While at I.U. Martha served as Mr. Ritchie's graduate assistant for the Baroque Orchestra, as an Associate Instructor for the Music Education Department, and was a recipient of the Dorothy L. Penniman Graduate School of Music Scholarship. Martha has studied at early music workshops and performed on masterclasses in the U.S., Canada, England, and Austria, as well as with baroque violinist Annie Loud. She is currently serving as the Executive Assistant for the Bloomington Early Music Festival in Bloomington, Indiana.

 


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