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Judith Hall has long experience of advanced-level teaching. She has given masterclasses worldwide and audjudicated for competitions including the final of the BBC Young Musician of the Year.
She began her career as Co-Principal Flute of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, and has since appeared as a soloist abroad in many countries (she was featured guest in the Blafrostfestival in Norway in 2008), as well as throughout Britain. Most recently she has played in festivals such as Newbury Spring, Budleigh Salterton and Salisbury International festivals.
The BBC has recorded and broadcast many programmes, including a flute and piano recital from St David’s Hall, Cardiff and a concert from the Cheltenham International Festival, and she has appeared on programmes such as 'Tuning Up','Kaleidoscope', and 'Woman’s Hour'.
Judith has enjoyed wide critical acclaim for her performances and CDs of music of all periods; she has shown herself to be as much in her element playing, for example, solo Flight by George Benjamin in La Fenice, Venice, as in recitals of Bach’s sonatas in the Gulbenkian Foundation, Lisbon.
Being a teacher of the Alexander Technique, she incorporates the principles of good use into her flute teaching.