Experienced violin/viola/musicianship tutor. Regular dep around Edinburgh and Oxford as a singer, conductor, and violist/violinist.
-Michigan Youth Symphony (2010-2014) and Huron High School Symphony (2010-2014), ending time with them as principal violist in both symphonies -Vice President for the Huron High School Orchestra (helped with all things needed to run the orchestra, including library work, back stage work, outreach, fundraising, rehearsal organization, etc, 2013-2014) -Viola study for 13 years, as well as having studied piano and violin -Played with the Edinburgh University Chamber Orchestra and Edinburgh Charity Orchestra (co-principal, 2014-2015) -Edinburgh University Music Society Symphony (2014-2016, co-principal) -Violin instructor at Our Own Thing, a music program at the Community Church of God, Ypsilanti, Michigan (taught violin, June 2013-August 2014) -Freelance violin instructor (2013-present) -Freelance quartet and small chamber ensemble work (2013-present) -Freelance composer (2014-present) -Bethlehem Chancel Choir (2013-2014, contralto) -Freelance singer (past work includes occasional services and/or concerts around Oxford and Edinburgh, including Pusey House, Morningside Parish Church, and St Mary's Metropolitan Cathedral) -Edinburgh University Singers -Librarian and Tour Secretary for Edinburgh University Singers (involved organizing and sourcing music, and planning concerts in Poland, booking venues and hostels) -Choral Scholar at Greyfriar’s Kirk- includes choral conducting (present) -Conductor for the Information Services Group (ISG) Choir (present) -Conductor of New College Choir (the Divinity school at Edinburgh University) (present) -Conductor for Voces Inauditae (present) -Conductor for the Royal Dick Veterinary School Musicians -Musical Director for Le Petit Verre Opera Productions -Music Director for James Beagon’s production of A Winter’s Oresteia, as well as composer for this and other works
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