Jacqui Wadsworth

/November 29, 2021

Jacqui Wadsworth

Jacqui has been involved with EYSM for over 20 years, working in the on-course office and as a member of house-staff. All of her three children have played in the orchestras. As a Practice Nurse, Jacqui has worked at two busy GP Surgeries specialising in diabetes care and immunisations. At EYSM, she is our medical...
/November 29, 2021

Tom Robinson-Woledge

Tom studied at Warwick and Oxford universities and spent two gap years singing at Truro and Norwich Cathedrals respectively.  He now teaches Biology at City of London School, but manages to shoehorn a large of amount of music into both his school and his personal life. Tom first attended EYSM at the age of 14,...
/November 23, 2021

Sheila Cox

Sheila has supported EYSM from its beginning and, throughout the year, sources much of the music used at EYSM. As a violinist, Sheila has played in many local orchestras and she taught and ran a school string group which toured abroad with the Music Dept. With husband John, she ran the St Albans Music Festival...
/November 23, 2021

Louise Gibb

Louise is a consultant psychiatrist and group analyst who currently has part-time appointments in the NHS and the Care Quality Commission.  She is also a fee-paid medical member of the First-tier Tribunal. She has previously volunteered for Age UK, running a weekly reading group at a day centre. Louise has four children, three of whom...
/November 23, 2021

Marilyn Stewart

A musician who has attended every EYSM course in its 29 year history, Marilyn has actively supported it throughout that time as an accompanist, health-care monitor and valued office support. As Vice-Chairman and then Chairman, of The British & International Federation of Festivals, Marilyn strongly supported EYSM and encouraged festivals to offer bursary places on...
/November 23, 2021

Neill Oldham

Neill trained as a pianist and clarinettist at Bretton Hall College, University of Leeds, before post-graduate studies at Durham University. He is the Award-winning Headteacher of Highfurlong School – a school for students who need educational support, often with the help of music. Highfurlong was voted ‘Happiest School of the Year’ in 2019. Previously a...
/November 23, 2021

Elizabeth Dollins

Elizabeth studied Classics at Swansea, Oxford and Exeter and has a keen interest in all things musical. She is currently Head of Boarding at Truro High School for Girls, with overall pastoral responsibility for students aged 8–18. Elizabeth has previously held pastoral and academic roles in both Junior and Sixth Form boarding houses at Cheltenham...
/November 23, 2021

Jenny Strongitharm-Cornell

Jenny lives in Southsea with her husband Matt and her daughter Francesca, who is a singer and viola player who has both attended EYSM and later joined its staff team during the week of the course. Jenny taught English and Geography in Southampton before transferring to Primary Education, when she worked at primary schools in...
/November 23, 2021

Liz Whitehead

Liz set up EYSM in 1993 when working as Chief Executive for The British & International Federation of Festivals; a job she held for 22 years. Prior to that, she worked in education. Liz has sat on trustee boards, strategic and working groups across the arts and in the hospice movement.  In consultancy work, she...

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