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Tamsin Lewis (Director, Renaissance Violin, Viols, Alto)

Tamsin studied violin at the Florence Conservatoire and read Classics and Italian at Oxford. She has written, arranged, directed and played music for many theatre productions, including: Love's Welcome at Bolsover; Tempe Restored; Play of the Weather; Arraygnment of Paris; Entertaining Morocco; Lilies on the Land; City Wives' Confederacy; Death of an Actress; The Real Hans Sachs (Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House); The Crystal Den (New End Theatre); Hero and Leander, The Jew of Malta, Dr Faustus and The Roaring Girl (Rose Theatre Site); Spring's Glorie, The Old Wives Tale Wakes and Revels (Shakespeare's Globe). Work for Television and Radio: Draw on Sweet Night (Capriol Films); Howard Goodall's How Music Works; Royal Deaths and Diseases (Channel 4); In Tune (Radio 3).


Painting by Helena Broome

Tamsin is a member of the Lions part Theatre Company providing music and costume for many of their productions, and frequently appearing in their festivals as a violin-playing bear. She has published a number of books with Rondo Publishing, and is currently working on a series of books on John Playford's London.







More information on Tamsin Lewis on her web site

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