Rosie has played the recorder since her childhood, and graduated this year from the Royal College of Music with a first class honours degree. Whilst there, she studied with Maria Martinez Ayerza, Julien Feltrin and Ashley Solomon.
Besides performing a range of early and contemporary recorder music, Rosie also plays the cornetto and the baroque flute, and she attended the Dartington International Summer School to study early wind instruments in 2015 and 2016.
In 2016 Rosie was the winner of the RCM Contemporary Music Prize, and since graduating, has worked with composers on a number new works for recorder. Notably, she has given premieres in the UK and Mexico of the 'Circular Auditorium' cycle for recorder and electronics, by Andrew Crossley.
Rosie also plays in a number of early music consorts on both the recorder and cornetto, allowing her to explore a wide range of renaissance repertoire. She has performed as a soloist with the RCM Baroque Orchestra in 2014 and 2016, including as a recorder soloist in Bach's Brandenburg Concerto No.4.