Anneke Scott began her studies at The Royal Academy of Music, London. Having been awarded prestigious scholarships she furthered her study of period instruments firstly in France with Claude Maury, and then in Holland with Teunis van der Zwart.
Since her graduation she has been in demand with ensembles in the UK and continental Europe. She is principal horn of many ensembles including Sir John Eliot Gardiner's Orchestre Révolutionnaire et Romantique and The English Baroque Soloists, Harry Christopher's The Orchestra of the Sixteen The Avison Ensemble, Irish Baroque Orchestra, Dunedin Consort and Europa Galante to name but a few.
For many years she has had a keen in interest in chamber music leading to her becoming a founder member of The Etesian Ensemble. Through this ensemble she met the fortepianist Kathryn Cok with whom she formed a duo specialising in classical and romantic repertoire for horn and fortepiano. She is also a founder member of ensembleF2 with whom she recently performed the Mozart Horn Quintet in Eb at London's Wigmore Hall.
In 2007 Anneke was elected an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music, an honour awarded to past students of the Academy who have distinguished themselves in the music profession and made a significant contribution to their field.
For more information please visit: www.annekescott.com.
Kathryn Cok pursues a varied career as a harpsichordist, fortepianist and academic on both sides of the Atlantic. She is well sought after both as a soloist as well as a continuo player.
Born in the city of New York, USA, Kathryn now lives in The Hague, Holland where she completed a Masters degree at the Royal Conservatory as a student of Ton Koopman and Tini Mathot on the harpsichord, and Bart van Oort on the fortepiano. Kathryn was recently awarded a PhD from Leiden University on the subject Basso Continuo Sources from the Dutch Republic c.1620-c.1790.
Kathryn recently won first prize in the first solo competition for baroque instruments in Brunnenthal, Austria. She works regularly as a soloist and continuo player with the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, and other important early music ensembles in Europe and performs regularly as a soloist in many of the world's most renowned Early Music Festivals such as Oude Muziek, Utrecht, Brunnenthaler Concert Zomer, Bodensee Festival, and important keyboard collections in the UK such as the Cobbe Collection, Finchcock's, Fenton House and the Gemeente Museum, Holland.
She is co-founder of the Caecilia-Concert, a dynamic international group of instrumentalists specializing in performance and research of 17th century music for instruments and voices. Kathryn teaches at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland, where she is also study leader of the Master research program.
For more information please visit: www.kathryncok.com.