Cellist

Flora McNicoll

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About Flora

Cellist
Birmingham
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Flora is a cellist based in Birmingham and London, currently studying on a scholarship at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire.

Flora was born in London and started learning the cello at the age of eight, and has since received invaluable musical training during her studies at the Royal Academy of Music junior department (2011-2016) where she learnt with Alexandra Mackenzie. Flora is currently in her third year studying with Matthew Sharp at Undergraduate level at the Royal Birmingham Conservatoire. This year she has learnt a place on both the CBSO and Birmingham Royal Ballet side-by-side schemes and has thus far played Vaughan Williams 4th Symphony under conductor Christian Macelaru with the CBSO and Glad Buhr's Beauty and the Beast ballet under conductor Paul Murphy with BRB. Throughout her time studying the cello at RAM and RBC, Flora has benefitted from invaluable chamber music coaching from many established musicians such as Jian Wang and ensembles including the Castallian, Heath, Lindsay, and Kus Quartets, and the Schubert Ensemble. Flora is a founding member of the Brook Piano Trio.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
Musicianship
Genres:
Classical, Pop, Early music, Contemporary classical, Classical crossover, Baroque, Film / TV music, Folk, Jazz, Experimental
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Instruments:
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Event types:
Wedding, Wedding proposal, Funeral / Memorial service, Church service, Hotel / Restaurant event, Bar / Club / Venue event, Private event, Corporate event, Charity event, Concert, Recording session, Theatre / Show, Cruise, Burns night, Birthday party, Christmas party, New Year's Eve
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Other skills:
Arranger, Transcription, Audio engineer, Orchestrator, Composer, Live looping, Ableton Live, Instrumental teaching, Community music worker
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Reviews

From customers:

Ben D, 1 year ago

A determined performance played with gusto and musical shaping.

Robin I, 1 year ago

It is clear that you are a fine chamber musician, with a natural sense for gesture and communicative playing, and a fine range of sound and colour at your disposal.

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