| Inge started playing classical
guitar at an early age. She had very little awareness of
any other forms of music until around the time she met Matthew.
A rapid exposure to reggae, folk, free jazz, psychedelia,
etc., and, in particular, a handful of Incredible
String Band albums, led to an explosion in her musical
creativity. Around the same time, she discovered the mandolin.
The latter half of the 1990's were spent playing in conjunction
with Matthew's saz playing, and then, together with
various members of the nomadic Dongas Tribe, in West
Cornwall. Towards the end of the 90's she began to explore
Since 2000, she's been living in France, and has diversified,
now playing accordion and clarinet, as well as returning
to the guitar. She walked
with her mules Zymbii and Zayin from Britanny down
to the Pyrennees, where she's now living, teaching and studying music.
She started an eclectic klezmer/gypsy-swing/reggae
band called Farat
el Moutlazov (now defunct).
Recently Inge has been studying jazz
and playing in a baroque music ensemble as well as a folk trio called Youshka.