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Zoë Booth – Flutes
As a flute player and teacher Zoë spends most of her time working across the Southeast of England. She studied flute under Peter Lloyd at the Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester, on a scholarship from the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.  In her final year of studies she gained the PPRNCM and Hilda Collens Memorial Award and she was awarded a scholarship from the Music Sound Foundation shortly after.  Zoë is an experienced chamber musician, working with the Galadriel Ensemble and Quadrivium Woodwind Quartet alongside her work in Pangenesis.  She is also highly involved with music in education, making regular workshop visits to schools; she has also established a quarterly flute coaching course for adult flute players.

 

Dan Earley – Percussion
Dan is a freelance performer and teacher, working in the Southeast of England and beyond.  He studied at The London College of Music (under Trevor Tompkins and Lillian Simpson) where he was awarded the British Reserve Percussion Prize, London Musici Music Management prize and, in 2003, the percussion fellowship.  As a versatile jazz, classical and world musician he is a founder member of The Dan Banks Trio and JunXion Soul Band and he is also highly in demand as an orchestral percussionist.  In 2003 Dan became Head of Instrumental Studies at Marlborough School in St Albans, where he teaches percussion and music.