is one of Seattle's most versatile early musicians. He performs on a variety of historical stringed instruments, including bass and treble violas da gamba, quinton, baroque and modern violin, lira da braccio, ud, vielle, psaltery, and rebab. In addition, he sings and composes music. Mr. Fullerton has performed numerous solo and chamber recitals for the Early Music Guild of Seattle and their education program. He has appeared as Viola da Gamba soloist with Orchestra Seattle and the Seattle Choral Company. He is a music specialist for the Tacoma Public Schools and teaches for the Pacific Northwest Viols. Mr. Fullerton has taught at Baroque Northwest's Baroque Flute Boot Camp. Ronnee is a member of La Lira (formerly Le Nouve Musiche), and the Puget Sound Consort. He has been a member of the Tacoma Symphony. Ronnee can be heard on Le Nuove Musiches premiere CD, Dolce Desio. A solo CD of music for viola da gamba is forthcoming. Mr. Fullerton has performed in concert with, Margriet Tindemans, Mary Springfels, Annalisa Pappano, Matthias Maute, Jed Wentz, Janet See, David Morris, and Eric Mentzel, along with his regular collaborations with Kim Pineda, Elizabeth Brown, August Denhard, and Kathy Hanson.