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Christine Gummere has been performing in New York City since 1977, playing  
music of many periods and styles, including French, German, and Italian
baroque and classical on period cello. Groups she has performed with include
Concert Royal, Early Music New York, the American Classical Orchestra, and the
New York Collegium; Concordia (a chamber symphony conducted by Marin
Alsop); and the Riverside Symphony, where she was principal cellist for nineteen
years. She is the founder of Music at Brooklyn Friends, an early-music series at
the Quaker Meeting House in downtown Brooklyn. In 2007, after twenty-two years
of freelancing in New York‘s early-music scene, she co-founded, with Sandra
Miller,  Sinfonia New York.

QC Audio
The Pleasures of the French
Boismortier Sonatas for Cello.