Eloise Garland

Eloise Garland
Music

Eloise is a 23-year-old professional musician, teacher, producer, and Deaf awareness campaigner based in London. She began studying music at the age of seven as a young chorister at St Thomas' Church, Rhyl, and later at St Asaph Cathedral. At the age of 15, Eloise was awarded a place at Chetham's School of Music in Manchester to study voice, violin, and piano. Following her time at Chetham's, she moved to London where she completed her Batchelor of Music with Honours degree at City, University of London.

After her graduation in 2016, Eloise began working as a piano teacher at The Conservatoire, Blackheath. She also pursued a freelance career working with charities, organisations, and companies to promote full inclusion and access to music for people who are Deaf or hard of hearing. In May 2016, she joined Music and the Deaf’s ‘FORTE Ensemble’ – a unique ensemble made up of four professional classical musicians with varying degrees of hearing loss. Eloise has spoken and performed at numerous events including the first international Hearing Aids for Music Conference and the launch of Decibels’ Year of Sound at the House of Lords. She has also appeared as a guest lecturer at Brunel University London. Recently, Eloise presented the radio documentary Listening Without Ears, which was broadcast on BBC Radio 4 as part of the station’s The Art of Living series. The documentary, which aired in December 2017, explored ways in which people with hearing loss engage with music and sound, and challenged listeners to consider music appreciation from a different perspective.

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