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Thérèse de Goede

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Thérèse de Goede is Professor of Basso continuo at the Conservatorium van
Amsterdam and Head of the Department of Early Music. She studied with Gustav
Leonhardt and Ton Koopman at that Institute and received her soloist diploma in
1976. She is both a researching musician and performing musicologist. Her primary
research interest concerns the study of historical sources of music theory with
particular emphasis on early seventeenth-century unfigured basses, and the
seventeenth-century repertoire of vocal and instrumental chamber music - an area
in which she is also active as a performer.

Thérèse de Goede is a regular visiting teacher at the Universtität der Künste Berlin
and the Akademia Muzyczna Krakow, and is regularly invited for master classes and
seminars at various universities and summer courses. She has published a number
of articles, and presented papers at various international Conferences.
She is presently completing a doctoral thesis on seventeenth century basso
continuo playing, supervised by Peter Holman (University of Leeds).