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Early Years Trainees for 2022 announced!

We are delighted to welcome our three Trainees to the 2022 Early Years Music Trainee Programme: Gigi Chiying Lam, Fynn de Sousa and Bertille Mas! Please see below for a brief introduction and to find out more about them!

 

Gigi Chiying Lam

Gigi is the co-founder of Little Bean Theatre, a Cantonese speaking family theatre company in the UK. She is also a postgraduate student at the Royal College of Music, London. Prior to her studies, she was an arts administrator in Hong Kong and created projects to bring music to a wider audience. She is passionate about creating music making and cross-arts opportunities in early years setting.

Fynn de Sousa

Fynn recently graduated from the University of Birmingham and now works as a freelance music practitioner at Learn Music House. Fynn says, “I am very excited to be included in the LEYMN training scheme, and look forward to having my own practice shaped by the supporting network of EY practitioners.”

Bertille Mas

Bertille is currently completing her degree at the Royal College of Music in London, as well as teaching cello at St Paul’s junior school and working as a freelancer within orchestras and ensembles in London and Paris! A founding member of the OCCAM quartet, Bertille is interested in both historical practices and modern cello, and she is passionate about Early Years practices.

 

Our annual Early Years Music Trainee Programme supports early years music leaders to develop their skills and career pathway. Stay tuned for future updates and more information on each of our 2022 Trainees in the new year!

Find out more about the Early Years Music Trainee Programme here>

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