Marie van Rhijn, Harpsichord, Grew up in France and has studied harpsichord from childhood. She graduated from the Conservatoire National Supérieur de Musique in Paris in 2010 and also obtained a Bachelor Degree in Musicology at Sorbonne University. She won second place at the Broadwood Harpsichord competition in 2011 in London and she has also been selected to tour with the Orchestre Français des Jeunes in 2011 and 2012, directed by Reinhard Goebel. In 2014 she worked as William Christie’s assistant on Rameau’s Platée in Vienna and she has played several concerts with Les Arts Florissants. She also previously studied on an Erasmus exchange at the Royal College of Music in London where she returned 2013 to be Junior Fellow in Historical Performance. Marie has participated in several masterclasses, most notably with Pierre Hantaï, Frédéric Haas, and Christophe Rousset, and her strong interest in vocal repertoire has led to her playing for the classes of Guillemette Laurens and Paul Eswood. She has been featured on CD with Trio Dauphine in 2010 on the Arion label. As a soloist and continuo player, she has performed many concerts in important venues such as Fenton House and Handel House in London, Abbayes of Valloires and Royaumont, and the Chapelle royale at Versailles in France.