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PAULIINA FRED

Pauliina Fred studied at the Sibelius Academy with Rabbe Forsman and with Jari S. Puhakka and Mikael Helasvuo and studied flute and recorder at the Utrecht and Amsterdam Conservatories under the supervision of Wilbert Hazelzet, Jed Wentz, and Paul Leenhouts. In 2004 she gave her début concert in Helsinki. She plays in the Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, the Finnish Baroque Orchestra and the Oslo Baroque Orchestra, and is also a dedicated chamber musician, playing in a range of different ensembles, including the Bravade Recorder Quartet, the Zetes Woodwind Quintet and the SAMA Folk Baroque Ensemble. She has performed as soloist and chamber musician in most European countries, in the United States and in Japan, and has recorded for the Naxos, Aeolus and BIS labels. Pauliina Fred plays a one-keyed transverse flute by Claire Soubeyran, Paris, 2006, after Godefroy Adrien Rottenburgh (Brussels, ca. 1760).

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