VdGS-NE President - Rosalind Brooks Stowe
Rosalind Brooks Stowe began studying the viola da gamba in 1976
with Alison Fowle while she was an undergraduate at "Brown University."
She continued her studies in Boston with Sarah Cunningham and later
with Grace Feldman at the New England Conservatory of Music where she
received her Masters in Early Music Performance in 1982. She has
performed with the Boston and Washington D.C. groups Voice of the
Turtle, Much Ado, New England Consort of Viols, La Rondinella, Ensemble
Soleil and the Brewster Village Consort. She has recorded with La
Rondinella on Dorian Records, and has taught at workshops run by the
Viola da Gamba Society of America, the Boston Recorder Society, and
Pinewoods Early Music Week. She has also taught at Powers Music School.
She has performed with various ensembles at the Boston Early Music
Festival in 2001, 2003 and 2005 and at other venues around Boston.
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