The go-to guide for early music

Newsletter

Artists

Lisete da Silva Bull

Recorder, Flute

Portuguese-born Lisete da Silva Bull studied baroque flute and recorder at the Royal Academy of Music and now performs, records and broadcasts with many of the leading period-instrument groups and orchestras in the U.K., including the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Solomon’s Knot, Ex-Cathedra the Handel Orchestra, The Musical and Amicable Society and the Brook Street Band, of which she is a core member. She is also highly sought after as a teacher and lecturer presenting lectures and masterclasses in Brazil, Slovenia, Portugal, Hull and Birmingham Universities, and the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. She has recently been appointed professor of recorder and baroque flute at the newly established London Performing Academy of Music. Lisete has recorded for Naxos, Quartz, Somme, Avie and First Hand records. Her long standing love of French Baroque and Rameau has taken her to PhD research with Graham Saddler and Shirley Thompson and she has published articles in publications in Holland and the U.K.

With