Malcolm Bruno

Malcolm Bruno studied at the Juilliard School, the New York University and the Royal College of Music before working as Associate Director of the Taverner Consort and early music producer for BBC Radio 3 in London for 15 years, producing major recordings of Andrew Parrott. Since 2005, he has been artistic director and chair of the Norwegian ensembles Larvik Barokk and Barokksolistene. For the past 20 years, he has also been producer for major choirs in New York and Washington, co-founding New York Polyphony in 2007. As a musicologist, he is currently Scholar in Residence at Princeton University. Having edited sacred music of Pergolesi and Vivaldi, “Messiah 1741”, the early version of Handel’s Oratorio, was published by Breitkopf & Härtel in 2018.