Kim is an active workshop leader who works with members of the community helping to discover and explore their creativity. Trained classically in flute and piano, she graduated from the University of York in 2004 with a BA in Music. During her studies Kim developed a passion for community music, volunteering as a key member of Music Education Group which provided workshops for school children in York. After university she worked at the Royal Academy of Music Museum for over four years as Museum Project Coordinator. In this role she was responsible for managing various aspects of the museum including the project management and delivery of outreach events and educational resources, organising major events including conferences, fundraising and policy development. 

Training and Qualifications

Certificate in Workshop Skills (Music), Goldsmiths College

Postgraduate Diploma in Arts Policy and Management, Birkbeck College

BA in Music, University of York

KS2 Music, Trinity Guildhall

'Beyond the Mainstream', Sing Up

ATCL Diploma in Piano

Grade 8 in Flute and Music Theory


Kim has presented at the following:

Heritage Lottery Fund's 'Biodiversity Seminar' (2010) discussing the Academy of St. Martin in the Field's 'Buzz' project

Museums, Libraries and Archives Council 'Music, Museums and Reaching Out' (2008)


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