"Music acts like a magic key, to which the most tightly closed heart opens." - Maria von Trapp

Joanna Marsden, a flautist based in Montréal, has performed recently in Belgium, Canada, Mexico, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, the United Kingdom, and the United States.  She is a founding member of Montréal’s Poiesis and  Symphonie Atlantique, a conductorless chamber orchestra based in the Netherlands dedicated to Classical and Romantic repertoire led from the violin by Rebecca Huber. She has performed with Les Idées heureuses, Arion, Rezonance Baroque, Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal, the Ottawa Baroque Consort, and Boston’s l’Académie and worked with conductors including Ton Koopman, Julian Prégardien, Florian Heyerick, and Peter van Heyghen among others. She collaborates with keyboardists Mark Edwards, Katelyn Clark, and Christophe Gauthier.
She addresses a wide repertoire, playing antique flutes by Tortochot (Paris, ~1770), Claire Godfroy l’aîné (Paris, ~1820), Jean-Louis Tulou (Paris, ~1841) and Isidore Lot (Paris ~1870).

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