Violinist Judith Steenbrink studied with Lucy van Dael and has played in various ensembles such as the Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra, Concerto Copenhagen, Arte dei Suonatori and was a concertmaster of the European Union Baroque Orchestra.
Judith is also co-founder of Holland Baroque and together with her sister Tineke forms the artistic team of this ensemble. Although raised in the world of early music, Judith likes to move effortlessly through various musical genres. In one project she plays a Vivaldi double concerto alongside Rachel Podger and in the next she writes a song for Eric Vloeimans or arranges Jacques Brel's chansons.
At the moment Judith plays not only with Holland Baroque but also as the first violinist in l’Arpeggiata, lead by by Christina Pluhar. She is also a regular musical director with modern symphony orchestras such as the Residentie Orkest and Het Gelders Orkest.