|CV:||KAREN DICKINSON MA LTCL is the Director and creator of MUSIC FOR LITTLE PEOPLE. She graduated from Dartington College of Arts, Devon, England with an Honours degree in music. She completed a teaching diploma in Music Education from the Trinity College of Music; London, England in 1992 and in 1996 was awarded a Master of Arts degree in Music Education from the Institute of Education, London University, England.
Her 20,000 word dissertation proposed a music curriculum for pre-school children.Karen believes that the preschool years are a critical period for learning and that music helps lay a strong foundation for later achievement in all subjects.
|CV:||CLAIRE LUDLAM gained a BEd (Hons) in Music and Education from Homerton College, Cambridge in 2004. Her principal instruments are the Piano, Violin and Voice and she also plays flute, recorder and guitar. She has worked as a Music coordinator in Willingham Primary School and most recently at Fawcett School where she was also assistant Headteacher. She has directed musicals and been responsible for choirs, bands, and percussion, recorder and guitar groups in her school career. She also introduced drumming and saxophone lessons and a hand bell ringing group. Claire also teaches piano, violin, guitar and recorder and has three "little people" who have all attended Music for Little People classes in Cambridge with Karen Dickinson|
|CV:||Csilla Waterfall BA is originally from Hungary where she undertook a four year degree course at Szeged University. She has studied the Kodály Method of tonic sol-fa since the age of 6, plays the cello and piano and is also a choral singer. She is a member of The London Hungarian Symphony Orchestra and also plays cello in a string quartet locally in Ely. Csilla has been teaching cello in schools in Ely and says she enjoys working with children and thinks it is very important to introduce music to them from a very early age.|