Gregory Bynum, recorder, has received fellowships to study in England and at the Amherst Early Music Festival in Massachusetts, where he worked with Marion Verbruggen, Han Tol, and Mattias Weilenman. He has performed with members of the Yale music faculty, including Jaap Schroeder, and with students and faculty of the Mannes School of Music. Mr. Bynum has also taught at the Bloomingdale House of Music in Manhattan and has performed at the Morris-Jumel Mansion, the Middletown Thrall Library, the historic Old Stone House in Brooklyn, and numerous other chamber music venues in and around New York. He is a frequent guest performer with Brooklyn Baroque and can be heard on the ensemble’s recordings Northern Lights and The Pleasures of the French. He also joins Brooklyn Baroque on a new recording of music by Beth Anderson, The Praying Mantis and the Bluebird (MSR Classics). Mr. Bynum is Assistant Professor in the School of Education at SUNY New Paltz.