Corina MartiBlockflöte Mittelalter/Renaissance (Hochschule SCB)
Mittelalterliche Tasteninstrumente (Hochschule SCB)
After obtaining concert diplomas in both recorder and harpsichord at the Conservatory of Music in Lucerne (Switzerland), Corina Marti chose to specialize in the performance of Medieval and early Renaissance music. She received a diploma in Medieval Music from the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis where she studied with Kathrin Bopp, Pierre Hamon and Dominique Vellard, and where she is now faculty member.
Both as recorder and as harpsichord player, Corina Marti has performed with various ensembles in Austria, England, France, Italy, Israel and the Ukraine. She is co-founder and project coordinator of the Basel-based Ensemble LA MORRA. In 1999 she was awarded the 'Friedl-Wald-Preis' in Basel for a research project on the clavicytherium, thus enabling her ensemble LA MORRA to acquire a copy of this, the earliest surviving string keyboard instrument. In 2003, in acknowledgement of her musical activities, she received 'E. und J. Kulski-Award’ in Poland. She has given masterclasses in Israel (Stricker Conservatorium).
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