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)
- 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.