Emily Dahl, violin, was introduced to period performance during her studies with Kenneth Goldsmith. Always eager to explore the diverse repertoire of the violin, she played her debut baroque concert with Lima Triumphante as part of their United States tour showcasing Peruvian baroque music. Choosing to specialize in historical performance, Emily spent three years in London, studying and working with many acclaimed artists within the early music field. She has been privileged to play with musicians such as Rachel Podger, Margaret Faultless, Masaaki Suzuki, and John Eliot Gardiner. As a member of The King’s Consort she has performed in some of the finest concert halls in Europe, including the Concertgebouw (Amsterdam) and the KKL (Luzern). A recipient of a Wagoner Foreign Study Scholarship and granted a full scholarship to the Royal Academy, Emily was also a finalist in the Nancy Nuttall Early Music Prize of 2008. Now based in Boston, Emily plays with Cambridge Concentus, Les Bostonades, Grande Harmonie and other local period ensembles. She holds a Bachelor of Music magna cum laude from Rice University and a Master of Music from the Royal Academy of Music.
(Photo credit: Tatiana Daubek)
David Kjar, Artistic Director
Marika Holmqvist, Artistic Director