Freya White

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About Freya

Reeds player based in the North.

Freya is a flautist and saxophonist that has recently graduated from Leeds College of Music. She began learning the flute at the age of 8, and was later inspired to start learning the saxophone. As a performer, Freya particularly enjoys working in pit orchestras, as she has been part of the orchestra for productions at Curve Theatre, Halifax Playhouse and The Carriageworks Theatre, Leeds. She also frequently performs at a variety of functions with her saxophone quartet; The Aurous Quartet. Freya also has experience playing in a range of ensembles, including Orchestras, big bands, concert bands, flute choirs, saxophone ensembles and other chamber ensembles. Recently, she has toured around Holland with the LCoMSU Camerata orchestra. Freya often takes part in workshops and masterclasses to continuously advance. She has taken part in masterclasses with Katheryn Bryan, Philippe Geiss, Claude De Lange, Fiona Fulton and Anna Noakes. Previous workshops include The London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s ‘The Pits –Woodwind’, Sarah Newbold’s ‘Posture and Balance’ and Lisa Beznosiuk’s ‘Baroque articulation and ornamentation’.

Performance details
I can perform outdoors
Christmas, Classical, Baroque, Film / TV music, Contemporary classical, Classical crossover, Early music, Musical theatre
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Event types:
Theatre / Show, Wedding, Wedding proposal, Church service
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Other skills:
Fluent sight-reader
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Ilkley G, 1 year ago

The combination of music and movement were well developed and delivered superior artistry. As a music producer I truly appreciated the high level of musicianship delivered by these very talented players. The aspect of the music all being played live really added to this experience for me. The whole production combines into something very special and memorable.