About Fiona


Fiona Taylor composes music for radio and film. Her music has been used in BBC radio documentaries, wildlife documentaries, charity promotional videos and therapeutic music CDs.

Her style is classically-inspired and features the acoustic sounds of piano and flutes. An award-winning flute-player (BBC Young Musician of the Year Finalist), Fiona performs on her own recordings. Also a state registered music therapist, she is passionate about the power of music to connect emotionally, especially with troubled children and adults.

“As to Fiona’s music specifically, one word. Great.” — John Trefor, producer of Coast, BBC2.

“Just right for Radio and TV music … I love the acoustic sound and the mix of contemporary, folk and classical styles.” — Laura Parfitt (producer for White Pebble Media).



  • Music degree (Cambridge University)
  • Postgraduate diploma — flute (Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London)
  • MA in Music Therapy (University of the West of England)

Professional music

  • Fiona worked for many years with orchestras such as the London Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra and the London Philharmonic Orchestra, as well as performing as a multi-instrumentalist in West End shows such as Oliver, Beautiful Game, and Mary Poppins.
  • More recently she completed an MA in music therapy and is passionate about exploring the use of music as an emotional outlet and therapeutic tool.