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Rosie is passionate about creating music in community settings. She works with early years, young people, SEN participants, professional and non-professional musicians to make and perform music. Read more about some of this below!
She greatly enjoys opportunities to be fun and energetic and bring her enthusiasm for play to others.
Recent engagements have involved work on ENO's Opera Squad; Wigmore Hall's Solace Refuge Project; Aurora Orchestra's Immersed and Southbank Centre's Women of the World Orchestra.
She also works as a percussion tutor, with Goldsmiths, University of London, Ark Schools and Brighton and Hove Music Service, as well as teaching privately
Rosie has worked with many organisations to create bespoke workshops including, Body Percussion, African percussion, samba workshops, singing and songwriting and performance confidence in both educational and corporate settings so get in touch to create you own!
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Rosie is an experienced leader of orchestras and choirs of all sizes.
A recent project with the Southampton Music Hub saw her leading over 600 young instrumentalists, alongside a professional orchestra.
Making music accessible to all people is one of Rosie's passions, especially though presenting children's concerts. She recently worked with the Chineke! Orchestra to present the life of Joseph Chevalier de Saint Georges, an 18th century composer, at Southbank's Imagine Children's Festival 2018. It even involved a costume change!
At the heart of Rosie's practice is co-creation. She loves to write new songs and instrumental pieces alongside participants resulting in some fantastically adventurous music.
Here she is in a composition workshop with children at a Secondary School
A particular passion for Rosie is working with Early Years Foundation Stage. Recent work has involved: London Rhymes- a Creative Futures project to write songs and instrumental music for parents and their infants. Mama Sings -Workshops and singing days for under threes. Rosie is thrilled to have been selected for the Wigmore Hall EYFS programme