Septenary Editions is a peer-review publishing house, committed to maintaining and expanding our catalogue to the the highest academic standards. All editions published from 2017 onwards will be reviewed by members of our editorial panel, and we will be working to re-issue our back catalogue over the course of the coming years to bring all our products in line.
Our panel consists of experienced performers and researchers all active in the historical performance community, and we are enormously grateful for the time they commit to helping grow and develop our project.
The editorial panel are:
John Irving, Professor of Performance Aesthetics at Trinity Laban Conservatoire and Associate Fellow of The Institute of Musical Research, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Fortepianist.
Dr. Lynda Sayce, leading lutenist and theorbo player.
Jamie Savan, Professor of Performance Research at Birmingham Conservatoire, Birmingham City University. Cornettist with His Majestys Sagbutts and Cornetts.
Catherine Motuz, professor of historical trombone at the Schola Cantorum, Basel and doctoral student in musicology at McGill University, Montreal, writing on rhetoric.
Dr. Kathryn Cok, historical keyboard specialist and Masters Research Study Leader at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague, Holland.
Dr. Joëlle Morton, historical bowed bass specialist and independent researcher based in Toronto.
Caroline Ritchie, viola da gamba, baroque cello, violone and lirone player, based in Basel, with research interests in 17th century English sources of the viola bastarda repertoire. Caroline is a co-founder of Septenary Editions.