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Dr Samuel Stadlen

Sam is a viola da gamba player, cellist, lecturer, musicologist, and teacher.  Based in York, he is active as a musician in London and the North of England, performing as a soloist and with various period music ensembles. Taught baroque cello by Rachel Gray and viol by Susanna Pell, Sam performs as a viol player with Fretwork, Sestina Consort, Chelys, and Ensemble Touché and as a baroque cellist with the Stanesby Players, La Follia, and the London Abel Quartet, among others. He has benefitted from masterclasses and tuition from players such as Christophe Coin, Wieland Kuijken, Jonathan Manson, Alison McGillivray, Alison Crum, Richard Boothby, and Ibi Aziz. 

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Faculties / departments: Historical Performance


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Historical Performance Enquiries

+44 (0)20 7591 4849

historicalperformance@rcm.ac.uk