Could be you!!!

Whichever continent you live on, whichever country you stay in, whatever you believe in – you´re welcome if you love music and want to join in with people peacefully. The only limitation might be the time zone, because for some areas our rehearsel time might be quite inconvenient. If this problem should concern you, please let us know! We´ll try to find a solution!


Mary Ann Pantlin

I am a classically trained cellist with 18 years of UK and international teaching experience covering primary and secondary level. My training began with a Degree in Music at Royal Holloway University of London followed by a PGCE linked with the Royal Northern College of Music. I was mentored by an inspirational team of educators and musicians as a trainee and developed the skills in Dalcroze, Kodaly, string and choral coaching techniques that set me on the path for a successful and rewarding career in music education. I have taught in a wide variety of schools across the globe including Equador, Malawi, Costa Rica and Tanzania.

By having these wonderful opportunities to meet and collaborate with musicians from a rich variety of musical and cultural backgrounds, I have been able to gain experiences that have widened my expertise and understanding of music. I have had amazing opportunities to be able to follow my passion of making music and sharing music with others. I am currently studying for a Masters of Science in Music Therapy at Queen Margaret University, Edinburgh and teaching A Level Music at Loretto School, Musselburgh.

Ingrid Sievers