Currently based in Edinburgh, Annemarie Klein completed her undergraduate music degree at the University of Edinburgh in 2013, and her MA in recorder performance at Lemmensinstituut in Leuven, Belgium, in 2015, where she studied with Bart Coen and Bart Spanhove. Although her academic research has centred around music of the high baroque, she enjoys performing music from the mediaeval to the modern and has recently formed the ensembles Musica Mundana with Eric Thomas (lute & theorbo) and Atelier 32:44 with Ward Ginneberge (accordion). She is also a member of the Spinacino Consort. She has participated in lessons, courses and masterclasses with Philip Thorby, Dorothee Oberlinger, Matthias Maute, Anna Stegmann, Saskia Coolen, Joris van Goethem and Pamela Thorby. Annemarie believes in sharing her passion for music and the recorder, and loves to work with children and adults of any level, whether individually or in a group. She also translates writings about music and is currently working for Hal Leonard Corporation amongst others.
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