Research and editions



Caroline has worked in music editing since her undergraduate studies at Oxford, and over the intervening years has produced performing editions for ensembles and concert series including the Abendmusik, Le Miroir de Musique, and Combassal (Basel), Barokksolistene (Norway), La Rose des Vents (Montréal), and New College Choir, the Academy of Ancient Music, La Nuova Musica, and Bampton Classical Opera (UK). Her experience as a performer and her knowledge of performance practice are invaluable in informing this work, and her aim is to produce editions that look beautiful on the page whilst remaining sensitive to the needs of the performer. As co-editor with Malcolm Bruno, she is engaged in a series of publications for Bärenreiter-Verlag, including Vivaldi’s Kyrie and Gloria (RV 587 and 589) and Pergolesi’s Stabat Mater and Mass in F. Her work can also be found in Bärenreiter’s collected volume of Pergolesi’s reconstructed vesper music. In 2012 she co-founded Septenary Editions, an internet-based publishing house specialising in 17th-century music, and has contributed to their series of publications featuring Italian and English diminution repertoire.

Caroline has written programme notes for such venues as Music at Oxford, the Wigmore Hall, and the Royal Academy of Music, and for artists including Retrospect ensemble and Natalie Clein, as well as for her own projects. She has provided articles and reviews for Choir and Organ, The Consort, Early Music Today, and the Viola da Gamba Society Newsletter. An experienced copy-editor, she has worked on publications for Ashgate. She also translates programme notes, CD liners and song texts from German to English.

Caroline is always happy to consider new editorial or writing projects – if you have a  project in mind, please use the contact page to get in touch.