Violin and Piano.
Victoria started playing piano at the age of six and the violin around age seven. By the age of seventeen she had successfully achieved grade eight in both instruments with the Associated Board of the Royal Schools of Music.
Throughout her younger years she was a member of various youth orchestras, travelling through Germany and France performing abroad. When at home she composed songs for guitar and voice to be performed at a venue in Leeds.
Her enthusiasm led her to study Music at The University of Huddersfield specialising in violin, where she played in the University Orchestra, before graduating with a BMus (Hons) in 2011.
Following a move to Cheltenham she joined the Cheltenham Symphony Orchestra, performing at a variety of venues alongside world-class musicians. During her time in Cheltenham she used her composition experience to produce her own album, with the purpose of raising money for the British Heart Foundation.
Victoria now lives in Weston-super-Mare, where she was asked to accompany Sister Singan all female choir before joining as the full-time pianist, and recently became involved singing also.
She has a passion for teaching and has experience teaching one-to-one and small group instrumental lessons, as well as accompanying those taking graded exams.