Miranda Zwalf


Miranda, BA; LRAM; DipRCM; CSAK (Colourstrings); C.K.M.E (Dist); won an Exhibition Scholarship at the Royal College of Music and every prize available to flautists. Miranda also has a degree in French from London University. She studied with Geoffrey Gilbert in the U.S.A. and performed at festivals there including Aspen and Grand Teton.
Miranda has worked with the Balearic Symphony Orchestra, played in ‘Les Misérables’, and was for several years Assistant Principal Flute in the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra. She has taught Kodály on the String Training Programme at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, and is currently teaching at the Stephen Perse Foundation in Cambridge.
Miranda is a lecturer in Kodály Musicianship at Birmingham Conservatoire and has taught for the British Kodály Academy, the Dalcroze Society, Colourstrings and NYCoS. She delivers In Service training in Kodály principles applied to instrumental and classroom teaching, and has published A Sound Beginning in Flute Playing – a Kodály based flute tutor. Most recently Miranda has developed PitchWizard, an App for sight singing which is now commercially available.