Rosie Rutherford

British clarinettist and freelance musician

S2 Ep32

Rosie Rutherford

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My guest today is Rosie Rutherford, a clarinettist, composer, freelance musician and educator from Darby in the British Midlands, and a mum of 3 children.

Rosie grew up in a musical household with her father and sisters being quite musical, she started on the keyboard at 5, piano at 6 and clarinet at 8 - after there being no flutes available at her school.

Rosie studied at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire , playing in the Folk ensemble, and later met her husband Jamie. She formed a trio with Jamie on guitar and violinist Ning-ning Li called Threaded. They are at their core a folk band, but take their influences from all types of music. They’ve released 3 albums- of what we spoke (2016) Fair Winds & Following Seas (2017), When The Raven Comes Calling (2019)

Threaded was commissioned to create the musical score for Red Earth Deaf Accessible Theatre performances in 2018 for Soon Child. going on a live theatre tour around the UK before covid hit.

In the past months they have been involved with another show with Red Earth Theatre, The Red Tree. which came out virtually in January 2022.

They have also created 5 music videos incorporating Sign Song for the deaf community which you can watch here -https://www.threadedmusic.com/sign-song

Rosie also runs Teenie Tempos, a parent and baby/toddler music group based in Derby.

Red Earth Theatre https://redearththeatre.com/

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Threaded's music is used throughout this episode with permission.

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