After meeting in Amsterdam in 2014, Artem Belogurov, Octavie Dostaler-Lalonde and Aysha Wills performed together for several different concert opportunities, ranging from small private recitals to playing as artists-in-residence at the Pianoforte Festival in Zaandam, Netherlands. They were joined by David Westcombe in 2018 which lead to the Postscript ensemble being formed. Soon after, they won the Brothers Graun Award in Bad Liebenwerda, Germany. Subsequently they were invited on a tour of Germany in 2019. In June 2019 they will record a live concert for the Dutch label TRPTK. They combine their shared passion for exploring new ways to approach old music, through the use of both historical research and experimentation. They focus on the Galant repertoire and strive for engaging and communicative performances.
The members of the Postscript ensemble performed in Europe, US, Canada, Russia, Ukraine, and Japan and recorded for such labels as Piano Classics, Brilliant Classics, Gamma Musica, TRPTK, and All of Bach. They have played with many leading European early music ensembles and orchestras, including Cordevento, Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, Nieuwe Philharmonie Utrecht, Bach Society of the Netherlands, Bach Orchestra of the Netherlands, Marten Root Consort, Ensemble Masque, Luthers Bach Ensemble, Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Montreal Symphony Orchestra, and Concerto Köln.