Joanna Marsden is a flautist from Lincoln, Massachusetts. She has performed recently in Belgium, Canada, France, the Netherlands, Spain, the United Kingdom, and the United States “beautifully” (Luis Gago, Madrid) and “with notable rhetorical clarity” (Boston Musical Intelligencer). She has worked with conductors including Ton Koopman, Peter van Heyghen, Patrick Ayrton, and many others. She is an active member of Ensemble 1729, Compagnie Baroque Mont-Royal, and Boston’s Musical Offering. In the Netherlands, she is a principal member of Les Vents Atlantiques, a conductorless chamber orchestra led from the violin by Rebecca Huber dedicated to the Classical and Romantic repertoire. Her favorite teachers include Wilbert Hazelzet (Royal Conservatory of the Hague) and Claire Guimond (Schulich School of Music of McGill University). She was the second prize winner of the 2012 National Flute Association’s Baroque Artist Competition in Las Vegas.