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‘A fine musician and a talented and inspiring performer. She is a demanding and yet encouraging teacher and inspires her students with her own high standards and her unequivocal passion for music.’    

Marjorie Ayling  ~ Principal at the Blackheath Conservatoire (2004)      

Teaching Principles

  • Musical knowledge is communicated through creative and enjoyable activities. Lessons are presented in such a way as to respond to each student’s individual needs and understanding.

  • Musicianship is developed through singing, melodic and rhythmic dictee as well as through listening and discussing different types of music.

  • Students are encouraged to perform in both formal and informal concerts in order to gain confidence and stimulate practice.

2011- Thomas's Day School, Clapham.

Visiting flute & recorder teacher.
2011- Blackheath High School for Girls, Blackheath.

Visiting flute teacher.
2002- Blackheath Conservatoire of Music & the Arts

Flute teacher, chamber music coaching.
2004-11 Townley Grammar School for Girls, Bexleyheath.

Visiting flute teacher.
2003-10 Greenwich Music Service.

Visiting flute teacher/Wider Opportunities.
2000-04 Wispers School for Girls, Surrey.

Visiting flute teacher and chamber music coach.
2000-03 St Mary’s RC Primary School, Eltham.

Visiting flute teacher.
2000-03 CYM, Harrow, Ealing, Hounslow, Tower Hamlets Music Services.

Peripatetic flute and recorder teacher.
1997-1999 Conservatoire Paul Dukas, Paris.

Deputy flute teacher for Catherine Cantin, first flute at the Opera of Paris.
1993-1997 Arphonie School, Paris.

Flute and recorder teacher.




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