Countertenoren Tim Braithwaite
‘Tim Braithwaite is an English countertenor based in the Netherlands. Having read Music at Royal Holloway University of London, Tim continued his studies in Early Music Singing and Early Music Theory at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, where he now lectures on the history of singing alongside teaching practical classes on historical pedagogy and improvisation. As a performer, Tim enjoys a regular concert schedule, appearing with a number of leading ensembles within the field of ‘Early Music’ including Cappella Pratensis, Amsterdam Baroque, Vox Luminis, and De Nederlandse Bachvereniging. Recent solo highlights include the alto solos in the Westerkerk’s (Amsterdam) Good Friday performance of J.S. Bach’s St John Passion, as well as a series of recitals in the 2020 Utrecht Early Music Festival entitled ‘Why do I use my Paper, Ink and Pen?’ In addition to his active performing career, Tim is in demand both as a lecturer and workshop leader at a number of top European universities and conservatoires, having been invited to teach at institutions such as the University of Amsterdam, Het Utrechts Conservatorium, and the Hochschule für Künste in Bremen, focusing particularly on the interaction between historical theoretical concepts and performance practices.’
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