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I studied organ-performance and choral conducting on the Advanced Post-graduate Performers course at the Royal Academy of Music (University of London) gaining the Principal’s ‘Frederick Keene Prize’ for organ.
My PhD is in historical musicology (Goldsmiths, University of London), my studies funded by AHRC, and my Masters degree is in Liturgical Music (APU Cambridge).
My Bachelors degree is in Music Education (University of Winchester). I have diplomas from the Royal College of Music (ARCM: organ performance with honours) and from the Royal Academy of Music (LRAM: organ teaching).
I have successfully combined my musical career not only with that of a classroom teacher in inner-London primary and secondary schools but also as a university-based project manager both at UCL and at Birkbeck, University of London.
And to those special people who over many years have been musical mentors and guides …
Chris Bowers-Broadbent, Anthony Caesar, Phillip Dyson, Ruby Franklin, Christopher Hogwood, Peter Holman, Peter Lea-Cox, Brian Longthorne, Charmian Manship, Simon McVeigh, Diana Owen, Arthur Pritchard, Ernest Piper, John Rowntree, Peter Smith, Paul Steinitz, Peter St-John Stokes, Bill Tamblyn, Mollie Wade, Arthur Wills.