Justin Godoy

Justin Godoy has performed with leading period ensembles, including the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, Hesperus, Tempesta di Mare, and La Donna Musicale. As a winner of the Frank Huntington Beebe Grant, Justin spent two years performing, teaching, and studying in Holland. In 2006 Justin Godoy and Joseph Gascho founded the early music ensembleHarmonious Blacksmith, which has quickly earned critical acclaim for its "superb improvisations," "dazzling virtuosity," and "almost incredible accord." Harmonious Blacksmith has performed in many festivals and concert series including the Indianapolis Early Music Festival, National Gallery of Art, Magnolia Baroque Festival, The Embassy Series, and the Washington Early Music Festival. Justin studied recorder with Heiko ter Schegget, Saskia Coolen, and Gwyn Roberts, and composition with Nicholas Maw.