David Beaney studied at the Royal College of Music in London where his principle instruments were the recorder and baroque flute. Since graduating in July 2000, David has performed with various baroque orchestras and early music ensembles such as the Britten Pears Baroque Orchestra and the New London Soloists, in venues including the National Gallery, St. James' Piccadilly and St. Martin in the Fields. David also enjoys teaching the recorder and other woodwind instruments in schools throughout London. 

Jennifer Cable studied at Trinity College of Music, London, where she specialised in work with the recorder under the influence of Philip Thorby. She also enjoyed studying the harpsichord and the baroque flute and was awarded the silver medal for early music performance. Since graduating in 2005, with first class honours, she has played regularly all over the country with Mean Time and The Longslade Consort. Jennifer also enjoys teaching the recorder in London and Hertfordshire.

Patricia Mahon graduated from Trinity College of Music specialising in work with the recorder. Having completed her degree with first class honours, she was awarded a scholarship to further her studies under the direction of Philip Thorby. Whilst at college she took part in many high profile college concerts in venues such as St. Martin in the Fields and The British Library. She was also a finalist in the gold medal competition and was awarded the silver medal for Early Music performance. Patricia enjoys singing and had lessons under the direction of Timothy Travers-Brown. She has sung with Joglaresa as part of the International Early Music Festival in Greenwich. Other performances include work with The Royal Shakespeare Company and Greenwich Baroque Orchestra.

Oliver Smith studied the recorder and music at the University of Wales, Bangor and Trinity College of Music, London. He lives in Oakham, Rutland, where he is a recorder teacher as well as a specialist Learning Support (Dyslexia) Teacher and Assessor at Oakham School. As a recorderist Oliver has performed in many concerts around the country with Mean Time and as a soloist, in venues such as St. Martin in the Fields, St. Alfege Church in Greenwich, both the Leicester and Greenwich International Early Music Festivals, and in a production of Monteverdi's opera L'Incoronazione di Poppea with the Yorke Trust in Norfolk.