Mezzo-Soprano Harp Piano Fiddle Cello Conductor

I taught myself to play the flute up until I was 16 and took two years of lessons in order to obtain my grade 8. It’s a fabulous instrument because, unlike the harp, it is easily transportable.

I used to love playing the Carmen Fantasie Brillante, performing part of it at the end of a vocal recital in Thailand just for fun. These days I play in a trio of piano, clarinet and flute as well as in Celtic music groups.

I also play an array of other wind instruments such as piccolo, fife, tin whistle etc

In 2014 I was the flute teacher for the Atlas Music summer camp in Tunisia.

Kirsty Griffiths 2012