Robert Mealy is the director of Historical Performance at Juilliard. Born in Berkeley, Calf., Mealy has recorded and toured a wide variety of repertoire throughout the U.S. and Europe with many ensembles—including Sequentia, Tragicomedia, Les Arts Florissants, and Tafelmusik. Mealy appears as chamber musician at major early music festivals worldwide. He is concertmaster at Trinity Wall Street for their complete series of Bach cantata performances. He has led the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra since 2004, making three Grammy-nominated recordings with them and many festival concerts, including a special appearance at Versailles. Mealy has led the Mark Morris Dance Group Music Ensemble in performances in New York, New Haven, and Moscow, and accompanied Renée Fleming on the David Letterman Show. He directs the Baroque ensemble Quicksilver and is a member of the King’s Noyse and the Medieval quartet Fortune’s Wheel. He has more than 80 recordings on most major labels. Since 2009, he has been a professor at Yale, where he directs the postgraduate Yale Baroque Ensemble. Mealy founded and for a decade directed the Harvard Baroque Chamber Orchestra. Mealy received an award from Early Music America for his distinguished teaching. Mealy studied at Harvard and has been a Juilliard faculty member since 2009.