Martha Perry has developed a vibrant national career as a respected baroque specialist on both violin and viola. Her playing has been called "…ideally realized…taut and loaded with nuance" by the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, and “highly expressive” by the Boston Musical Intelligencer. In addition to playing with Wyoming Baroque, Martha performs with many U.S. period instrument ensembles including the Indianapolis, North Carolina, and Atlanta Baroque Orchestras, Bourbon Baroque, Washington Bach Consort, ¡Sacabuche!, Spire Chamber Ensemble Baroque Orchestra, Mallarme Chamber Ensemble, and Three Notch’d Road, as well as with her own newly-formed ensemble, Heartland Baroque. She has appeared in productions with Chatham Baroque, Foundling Baroque Orchestra, Opera Lafayette, National Cathedral Baroque Orchestra, Washington Concert Opera, at Wolftrap, for the Magnolia, St. Louis, Indianapolis, Vancouver, and Bloomington Early Music Festivals, the Victoria Bach Festival, in Colonial Williamsburg, and in Italy's Musica nel Chiostro. Performing for the 2013 Public Radio International Christmas program, "Glad Tidings," Martha has also been heard in a live international broadcast on Chicago's WFMT radio, on the early music program "Harmonia," and on NPR's "Performance Today," and has recorded for IndieBarock, Edition Lilac, ATMA Classique, Musica Omnia, Naxos, WFIU, Cedille, the National Cathedral, and Concordia Publishing. She earned a Master of Music in Early Music Performance/Baroque Violin at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music in its esteemed Historical Performance Institute, where she studied with Stanley Ritchie and served as the graduate assistant for the baroque orchestra.