Lisete Bull was awarded a full scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music in London where she received numerous prizes for her solo and chamber music performances. At the RAM Lisete studied recorder under Peter Holstlag and Anneke Boeke and baroque flute under Liza Beznosiuk, and later privately with Rachel Brown. She has participated in masterclasses with some of the most renowned figures in Early Music, including William Christie, Christopher Hogwood, Jed Wenz amongst others.
Lisette pursues a varied career as a soloist, teacher, director and ensemble player. Having been a finalist in the Moeck International Competition for Solo Recorder, her professional engagements have included performances with the Handel Orchestra, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightment and The Brook Street Band.
She has performed at some of Europe’s and Brazil’s most prestigious venues including the Barcelona Early Music Festival, the Aldeburgh Festival, the Edinburgh Festival. the Opera Thearter of Mahon (Menorca), Curitiba Early Music Festival (Brazil), Tatui Early Music Festival (Brazil) and the City Festival in Athens. She has performed at the Purcell Room, Cadogan and Wigmore Hall and given numerous broadcasts for BBC radios 2 and 3, BBC World Service, Radio and Television of Catalunia and Slovenian Radio.
Lisete has taught masterclasses in Brazil, and regularly teaches in Slovenia and throughout the UK including this year’s Dartington Summer School with the Brook Street Band. She is a founder Member of Spirituoso, Handel House’s Ensemble in Residence from 2009-2011 and currently Associate Artists at St George’s in Bloomsbury. She is also co-director of Mercurius Company. She has recently recorded two CDs of Dornel and Bach’s Musical Offering available on the Naxos and Somm labels and was featured in Ben Wallfische’s debut CD, Escape Velocity.
Lisete is currently researching the role of woodwind and its development in J Ph Rameau’s works.
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