Tim Nott - Flute/Recorder

Tim completed a Bachelor of Music with Honours in Performance from the University of New England in NSW, being the recipient of numerous awards and scholarships during his study. He has performed around Australia - both as a soloist and as an ensemble performer with various groups including Adelaide Baroque and the Adelaide Chamber Singers. On baroque flute, critics have praised his 'rich, dark-chocolate sonorities', 'exquisite tone' , as well as describing his playing as 'pure bliss' and 'exhilarating'.   In 2011 he founded the period performance group Ensemble Galante, dedicated to performing music of the baroque, galante and classical styles of the 18th century. Tim also performs regularly on flute, clarinet and sax with the world music group Akoustic Odyssey and is an active teacher.

"Eyebrows were raised, jaws dropped with admiration bordering on disbelief for the fluency of [Nott's] technique, his apparently limitless air supply and his clarification of the complex harmonic logic."     (The Advertiser) 

Ben Dollman - Violin

Ben Dollman leads an active performing career on both the baroque and the modern violin. A graduate of the Elder Conservatorium in Adelaide, Ben undertook further study at Indiana University USA. There he took up studies on the baroque violin with the Australian violinist Stanley Ritchie alongside work on the modern violin with Franco Gulli and Yuval Yaron. Upon returning to Australia in 1997, Ben continued his baroque studies with Lucinda Moon and was invited to join the Australian Brandenburg Orchestra in 1998. He currently performs as Principal 2nd Violin with the ABO and the Australian Brandenburg Ensemble and performs regularly with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra and Adelaide Baroque and has also performed as soloist with the ABO on numerous occasions.

Glenys March - Harpsichord

Highly regarded as both teacher and performer of Baroque repertoire, Glenys appears regularly on the Adelaide concert platform.  Engagements in in the past have included performances of J S Bach’s St John Passion with the Adelaide Chamber Singers and the Sydney Chamber Choir at Sydney University and as part of the Adelaide Festival, concerts with Lucinda Moon and colleagues in the Coriole Music Festival. Glenys has been a guest performer with the acclaimed Elysium ensemble as part of their Melbourne Recital Centre concert series.   Glenys has tutored in early music at the Elder Conservatorium of Music and teaches privately and at various Adelaide secondary schools.