MARTIN BERNSTEIN has been heard with numerous ensembles across the world, in venues ranging from 17th-century Roman palazzos to modern art museums in Reykjavik to the concert halls of New York City. Bernstein began studying recorder at age five, first with Charles Sibirsky and later with Nina Stern. At 18, he left New York City to study at the Royal Conservatoire of The Hague with Reine-Marie Verhagen and Han Tol; he has also studied with Michael Form. Bernstein has won awards at several national and international competitions, including first prize at the Mieke van Weddingen International Recorder Competition in Belgium and second prize in the International Young Talent Search hosted by Maurice Steger and the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra. Bernstein has been featured on US National Public Radio, and he serves on the faculty at various American early music festivals and workshops. He currently studies history and philosophy at Harvard University.

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