High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles Robert Mealy is a
performer and teacher of baroque violin. He holds a joint position
at the Yale School of Music and the Department of Music of Yale
University, where he directs the Yale Collegium Musicum and teaches
classes in musical rhetoric and historically-informed performance.
He has recorded over 50 CDs of early music, ranging from Hildegard
of Bingen with Sequentia, to Renaissance consorts with the Boston
Camerata, to Rameau operas with Les Arts Florissants. At home in
New York, he is a frequent leader and soloist with the New York
Collegium, Early Music New York, the Clarion Music Society, and the
ARTEK early music ensemble. Mr. Mealy began exploring early music
in high school, first with the collegium musicum of the University
of California, Berkeley and then with the baroque orchestra at the
Royal College of Music in London. While still an undergraduate at
Harvard College, he was asked to join the Canadian baroque
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