Rosie studied with Peter Buckoke at the Royal College of Music and subsequently with Mirella Vedeva and Alberto Bocini at Geneva Conservatoire where she also had regular classes with Franco Petracchi.
She has played as principal bass under Bernard Haitink, Esa-Pekka Salonen, Sir Charles Mackerras, John Wilson and Sir Roger Norrington.
As a contemporary player, Rosie has performed with London Contemporary Orchestra at the Aldeburgh Festival and worked with Mercury Quartet at Switzerland’s Les Jardin Musicaux Festival. She was recently part of the premiere for Frank Denyer's piece, 'The Fish that became the Sun' at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival with Octandre Ensemble which was recorded live for BBC broadcast.
Rosie has also performed live on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’ with Camerata Alma Viva and played on the ensemble’s album, ‘Changing of the Seasons’. She has worked with Aurora Orchestra at King's Place (London) and performed Schubert's ‘Death and the Maiden’ with Terpsycordes Quatuor in the Victoria Hall (Geneva) as part of the city's 'Fête de la Musique' celebrations.
Rosie was recently invited to Hyderabad, India, to perform in the city's newly created SOTA festival which aims to bring Western Art Music to wider audiences.
She has performed with Britten Sinfonia, and as part of Britten Sinfonia's creative learning outreach, Rosie has worked with the orchestra's academy and was part of the project 'Billy and the Beast'.
Rosie also enjoys working within the electronic music scene and recently performed Manu Delago's, Anil Sebastian's and Kelly Lee Owen's works with the London Contemporary Voices at the venue, EartH.
Photo by Nick Rutter
Camerata Alma Viva
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