kerryhaslam

Kerry Haslam BA

Violin


Kerry Haslam is a graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama and has been a teacher for the Menuhin Foundation since moving to Bermuda in 1988.

Kerry has experience teaching at all levels and finds it very rewarding to start students as young as pre-school age on their musical journey and work with them to the ABRSM Grade 8 level and beyond.

Her extensive experience includes teaching violin and viola, theory and aural classes and coaching chamber ensembles. She has conducted all three of the Menuhin Foundation orchestras.

Kerry has performed in numerous concerts and shows over the years. She has enjoyed solo performance opportunities, of which performing as a soloist in the concerto for Four Violins by Vivaldi under the baton of Lord Menuhin in the gala concert marking the Bermuda Festival’s 20th Anniversary was a definite highlight. She has led the orchestra for many Bermuda Heritage and Bermuda Philharmonic Society concerts, performed in the Bermuda Festival Orchestra and played for Gilbert and Sullivan Society shows along with playing in the back up band for visiting artists such as James Galway and Josh Groban.

Kerry is a competent pianist and as part of her professional development she gained a distinction in ABRSM Grade 5 cello.

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