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While our main focus is on stringed instruments (including the piano), the flute is available as an option for a second study, which can be started in year 3 at the earliest, although school-age Y5 or above is more typical.

Eva Caballero with her flute, black and white in concert dress

Eva Caballero

Eva was six years old when she first saw a flute!  It was love at first sight, she liked the tone, the look of it and she was fascinated how its mechanism worked.  Soon after, Eva started music, the first academic year was musicianship only; finally in the second year she was allowed to start playing the flute.  It was quite a long wait, but definitely worth it!

Back then Eva was living in Spain and as a teenager, she joined youth orchestras and played chamber music.  Later on she came to London to do her performance degree and finally settled here.  Currently, she has a busy career both teaching and performing, which she loves because it gives her the right balance and she enjoys both equally!   

As a performer, Eva plays with The Sixteen with Harry Christophers, The Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment with Sir John Eliot Gardiner, The Gabrieli Consort & Players, The Mozartists and the Armonico Consort, among others – there is never a dull moment!

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