Anna Marsh, baroque bassoon was highlighted by Philadelphia's Broad Street Review: "...memorable solos for Anna Marsh...a perfect evocation of a flowing river" and Boulder's Daily Camera: "the real highlight may have been Anna Marsh on bassoon. Marsh's concerto received a well-earned and warm ovation.” Anna owns six bassoons from different eras and plays with Opera Lafayette, Tempesta Di Mare, Tafelmusik, Opera Atelier, Pacific Musicworks, Seattle Baroque Orchestra, Trinity Wall Street Baroque Orchestra, Washington Bach Consort, among others. She is bassoon faculty at the San Francisco Early Music Society Baroque Workshop and the Hawaii Performing Arts Festival where she also is the orchestra manager. She is the co-director and co-founder of the Renaissance and Baroque group Ensemble Lipzodes. She holds a Doctorate of Music in Historical Performance from Indiana University and has been heard on Performance Today, Harmonia, the Super Bowl, CBC radio and on the record labels Chandos, Analekta, Centaur, Naxos, Avie, and on Musica Omnia's Grammy nominated album of Handel's "Israel in Egypt".