Rosalind’s research centres around her (moving) body as a flute player and performer, and is an autoethnographic exploration of how Dalcroze Eurhythmics shapes her practices. She is interested in how she can experience flute playing as starting in the body as a whole, and in our larger body as the earth, connecting mind, body and ecology.
Rosalind is an adventurous and versatile performer whose performances interests lie primarily in baroque and contemporary repertories, and experimental, cross-discipline theatre. She is a founding member of SHOAL, an ensemble which specialises in experimental and collaborative performance, and Endelienta Baroque, with whom she plays baroque flute. As an educator, she applies her research in music education in her role as Director of Music at the Jack & Jill Family of Schools in Hampton, London.
A music graduate of the University of Cambridge, Rosalind previously spent a year studying flute at the Guildhall School of Music, and went on to complete her Masters’ at the Royal Northern College of Music as an ABRSM scholar, graduating with distinction. Rosalind is currently working towards the Dalcroze Eurhythmics Professional Certificate with Dalcroze UK.
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