Education Outreach

Radamisto - A six week project working with a secondary school in Southwark devising and performing original compositions responding to Handel's opera Radamisto.

RNIB 2010 composition course - Facilitating a one-week intensive composition course working with a group of young adults in devising new works for Ensemble Sprituoso to be premiered at the Handel House Museum as part of their 2010 Autumn concert series.

Pepys Diary - A six week project working with KS2 students devising and performing 4 original compositions responding to Samuel Pepys diary. This project was managed by Trinity Laban's Raise the Roof outreach programme. Final performance at Blackheath Concert Halls, London.

Get Composing - A series of three workshops run as an introduction to composing for 8 to 13 year olds at the Handel House Museum.

Keyboard Collective - A six month project working with two KS3 school in the Scottish Highlands which saw each school devise and perform several compositions for keyboard ensemble. This project was managed by SOUND festival in conjunction with Piano Circus, Sound and Music and Aberdeen University. Final performance at the Beach Ball Room, Aberdeen.

Too Hot to Handel - A six week project working with KS2 students devising and performing 4 original compositions responding to Handel's oratorio. This project was run in collaboration with The Brook Street Band, Wigmore Hall and Handel House Museum. Final performance at The Wigmore Hall, London.

RNIB 2009 composition course - Facilitating a one-week intensive composition course working with four young adults in composing new songs for the Burnley Players. These were then premiered at the Handel House Museum as part of their 2009 Autumn concert series.

The opera Project - A six week project working with KS2 students devising and performing a twenty minute original music theatre work responding to Handel's Alessandro. This project was managed by The Handel House Museum in conjunction with the London Handel Festival. Final performance at St. George's Hanover Square.