The Tramenzzini Harpsichord Quartet is thrilled to be part of the Alderney Performing Arts Festival 2017.
Harpsichordist Dan Madden spent his formative years in Bath taught by Peter King and Carole Jenner-Timms. He is currently a woodwind specialist with the Guernsey Music Centre and Director of Music at the St John the Evangelist, Guernsey.
Violinist Nicole Wyatt was born in Guernsey and later went to study at Trinity College of Music and Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She has performed with the Royal Philharmonic Pops Orchestra and on many UK TV shows. Since returning to the island, Nicole has started her own music school, Nicole Wyatt Music.
Guernsey born violinst Sarah van Vlymen studied at Wells Cathedral School and Dartington College of Arts. Sarah is a member of folk hop band, Buffalo Huddelston. In 2015 Buffalo Huddelston won Best Unsigned Band.
Cellist John Surcombe has been performing from a young age and went on to attend Cambridge University. John can often be found performing for local string ensembles and singing with The Accidentals.
The Tramenzzini Harpsichord Quartet will be performing works by Albinoni, Corelli and Handel to name but a few!