Romano, Nel

Born in Alexandria, Nel Romano is a film-maker, writer, and musician specializing in early, baroque, and classical music.

As well as directing her own ensemble, The Baroque Concertante, she was a founder-member of the Praetorius Consort.

She formed the Duo Vinaccia with Kevin Coates, subsequently recording and giving concerts and broadcasts in Britain and abroad.

Whilst working at the BBC, she produced and directed “”Jackanory””, “”Mozart in London””, “”Top Score””, and “”Classic Café””, collaborating with such notable artists as Luciano Pavarotti, Karita Mattila, Sir Simon Rattle, Kim Brandstrup, Janet McTeer, and Ted Hughes.

She has written poetry, TV scripts, reviews, articles and editorials for books including ARNOLDSCHE’s monograph of the artist “Kevin Coates”



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