Martha Perry performs on Baroque violin and viola. She lives in Bloomington, Indiana. Her playing has been called “ideally realized…taut and loaded with nuance” by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Ms. Perry performs with many U.S. period instrument ensembles including the Indianapolis Baroque Orchestra and Atlanta Baroque Orchestra, the Washington Bach Consort, Opera Lafayette of Washington, D. C., the Dallas Bach Society, and Foundling Baroque Orchestra. Having appeared in productions with the National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra, at Wolftrap, for the Magnolia Baroque Festival, St. Louis, and Bloomington Early Music Festival, the Victoria Bach Festival, and in Italy’s 2003 Musica nel Chiostro, Martha also performs regularly with Bourbon Baroque, Quince, Ensemble Voltaire, The Comic Intermezzo, Musika Ekklesia, and on Chicago’s Ars Antigua Presents early music series. Martha has been heard in a live international broadcast on Chicago’s WFMT radio, on the early music program Harmonia, and on National Public Radio’s “Performance Today,” and has recorded for Edition Lilac, Musica Omnia, Naxos, WFIU, the National Cathedral, and Concordia Records. Ms. Perry completed her Master of Music in Early Music Performance at Indiana University, where she was a student of Stanley Ritchie, and served as Ritchie’s graduate assistant for the Baroque orchestra. Martha has attended early music workshops and performed on masterclasses in the United States of America, Canada, England, and Austria, and served as the Interim Executive Director for the 2005 Bloomington Early Music Festival.