Rosie is a versatile bassist who is a leading baroque and contemporary specialist. As regular performer with Florilegium, she recently recorded Bach’s complete Brandenburg Concertos with the ensemble live on BBC Radio 3 at the York Early Music Festival and performed with the ensemble at Wigmore Hall. She is currently a continuo player for the Oxford Bach Soloists. Rosie has played at many festivals in the UK and Europe including Festival Bach de Lausanne, Valletta Baroque Festival and Brighton Early Music Festival with Dame Emma Kirkby, Flauguissmo Duo and Consone Quartet. As a continuo player she has worked with Laurence Cummings, David Hill, Richard Egarr, Steven Devine (performing on basse de violon for Purcell's Dido and Aeneas) and Pavlo Besnosiuk (on violone for Corelli's violin sonatas). Rosie has performed with La Nuova Musica, The Feinstein Ensemble and recently toured Vivaldi’s ‘Griselda’ with Irish National Opera and Irish Baroque Orchestra under the direction of Peter Whelan. As a contemporary player, Rosie has performed with London Contemporary Orchestra at Latitude Festival. She was recently part of the premiere for Frank Denyer's piece, 'The Fish that became the Sun' at the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival with Octandre Ensemble which was recorded live for BBC broadcast. Rosie has also performed live on BBC Radio 3’s ‘In Tune’ with Camerata Alma Viva and played on the ensemble’s album, ‘Changing of the Seasons’. She has worked with Aurora Orchestra at King's Place (London) and performed Schubert's ‘Death and the Maiden’ with Terpsycordes Quatuor in the Victoria Hall (Geneva) as part of the city's 'Fête de la Musique' celebrations.