Tuomo Suni


Tuomo Suni studied baroque violin in his native Finland with Kreeta-Maria Kentala before attending the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague, studying with Enrico Gatti and graduating with a master’s degree in 2005. Tuomo’s professional life has largely been centred around chamber music, performing and recording with several international ensembles including Opera Quarta, Ensemble Masques, Capriccio Stravagante and Ricercar Consort; winning several awards such as a Diapason d’Or for Opera Quarta’s CD of Leclair trio sonatas in 2007 and for Ensemble Masques’s Romanus Weichlein recording in 2015.

Tuomo is premier violon of Vox Luminis, principal second violin of The English Concert, leader of Hallgrímskirkja International Baroque Orchestra and plays and records regularly with many other orchestras including Helsinki Baroque Orchestra, Dunedin Consort, The Early Opera Company and Bach Collegium Japan.