Ruth Dyson (1986-)
Last updated: 21.06.17
rpdysonr.jpgAccording to the Internet source given below, Ruth Dyson was born in Leeds, England in 1986. She learned recorder with her father and was later taught by Alan Davis at Chetham's music school in Manchester. She has also studied with Daniel Bruggen at the Royal Academy of Music in London, and won second prize in the 2003 Moeck/SRP International Solo Recorder Competition. Now at the Sweelinck Conservatorium in Amsterdam, she studies with Walter van Hauwe, Paul Leenhouts, and Jorge Isaac, and practices and performs a wide variety of different music including the work of living composers, and Baroque, Medieval, Renaissance, and jazz repertoires. Ruth is also exploring improvisation, and experimenting with an electronic wind instrument (EWI). In addition to playing in The Royal Wind Music, Ruth is a member of a trio and a quintet, performing contemporary and Renaissance music.