“Clear and sweet in tone, refined in articulation”– Gramophone
With a repertoire ranging from the 17th to the 21st century, Nancy Wilson’s solo playing has been called “clear and sweet in tone, refined in articulation” by Gramophone, “exceptionally stylish” by The Edinburgh Scotsman and “expert” by the New York Times. With over 50 recordings to her credit, Ms. Wilson is known as a founding member of many of American’s pioneering period instrument ensembles, performing as concertmaster and soloist with leading conductors in early music, including Nicholas McGegan and Christopher Hogwood. A devoted pedagogue, she has judged competitions, taught masterclasses internationally and guided many who’ve gone on to careers in music. She is also on the faculty at the Mannes School of Music (The New School University) where she is the director of the Mannes Baroque Chamber Players.