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Margriet Tindemans

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Margriet Tindemans

Margriet Tindemans has performed, recorded, and taught early music on four continents. A 2005 Grammy nominee, she has been called a rare combination of charismatic performing and inspiring teaching, a scholar with a profound knowledge of music, poetry and art of the Middle Ages. Tindemans was a founding member of the German ensemble Sequentia and the Huelgas Ensemble of Belgium. As a player of early stringed instruments, such as medieval fiddle, rebec, and harp, she performs and records with Medieval Strings. On viola da gamba she performs as a soloist, is a member of the Gallery Baroque Players, and is a frequently invited guest with the Folger Consort of Washington, D.C., the Newberry Consort of Chicago and other leading early music ensembles in North America and Europe. On Renaissance and Baroque viola she performs and records with the King’s Noyse and with the Seattle Baroque Orchestra. She directs the Medieval Women’s Choir of Seattle. In addition she has been a much sought after teacher at many workshops including the Port Townsend Early Music Workshop, the Pacific Northwest Viols Workshop, the Seattle Medieval Workshop, Viols West, and the Accademia d’Amore.

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