Ruth Dyson
Ruth Dyson


Ruth  Dyson  


Born in Leeds, England in 1986, Ruth Dyson has been making a name for herself as a new generation artist since she was presented as a ‘young talent’ on BBC radio 3 whilst studying at Chetham’s school of music. With extensive performance opportunities ranging from a week-long solo tour of Norway to concerto performances with Manchester’s Hale orchestra Ruth was able to experience life as a professional musician from an early age, and she received 2nd prize in the prestigious Moeck/SRP solo recorder competition at the age of 17 as the youngest ever competitor.

Currently studying for a Masters degree at the Conservatory of Amsterdam, Ruth continues to push the boundaries of the modern-day recorder player. She recently won the first prize with her quintet Seldom Sene at the Friends of Arnold Dolmetsch ensemble competition in Le Mans, France, and will be performing as a solo artist and also in various chamber-music settings in The Netherlands, Germany, France and England during the 2011/2012 season.

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