Linda Turbett


Linda Turbett

Linda Turbett is an English recorder player and a baroque and classical oboeist.

After graduating from the Trinity College of Music, Linda continued her studies with Peter Holtslag. She has performed throughout Great Britain and abroad with various ensembles and orchestras. As a soloist she has given numerous concerto performances, many under the direction of Peter Holman, at venues such as Finchcocks and the Purcell Room. She has performed at the Proms and has appeared on BBC Television and Classic FM radio. In addition to her performing Linda is also currently researching recorder music that is as yet unpublished [Musica Dolce [http://www.jimandellen.org/musica.dolce.html] ] .

Linda is married to bassoonist and clarinettist Philip Turbett and they have two children.

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