Harp Teacher, Harp Lessons, Music Therapist, Community Musician

In addition to a busy performing schedule, Jemima teaches harp and is available for harp lessons at her home in the Forest of Dean to students of all ages. She is also a fully qualified clinical music therapist and provides community music in a variety of settings.

 Recital at Oaklands Park, a community for adults with learning disabilities and part of the Camphill Village Trust.

Recital at Oaklands Park, a community for adults with learning disabilities and part of the Camphill Village Trust.

Outreach, Community Music & Music Therapy:

Understanding how important music can be to others and building on her twenty years experience as an Outreach and Community musician within schools, care homes, hospitals and prisons, Jemima completed an MA in Music Therapy at The University of the West of England (UWE) in 2015. During the three year course, her placements enabled her to work within brain injury, child and adult palliative care, both on the ward and at home with patients and their families. Jemima is now clinical music therapist at Heart Of The Forest Community Special School.

 

 Teaching:

Jemima is a friendly and intuitive teacher who sees the unique potential in every student. She is available for private lessons on pedal or lever harp and theory at her home in The Forest Of Dean to children, teenagers and adults of all ages and abilities (no musical background necessary). Currently visiting harp teacher at Pates Grammar School, Cheltenham and former harp teacher at Wynstones School, Gloucester and Haberdashers Monmouth School for Girls.

Wynstones Summer School Concert, 2015