Director: Group Piano & Music Therapy
Talia (MA, MT-BC, NMT) is a music teacher and music therapist who specializes in working with young children and individuals with additional needs. She holds degrees in Music Therapy and Piano Performance as well as an MA in Education. Talia is our resident music therapist and runs our the Group Piano program. She also has extensive experience as a neurologic music therapist working with children on the autism spectrum, children and adults with speech and language disorders, and adults dealing with ADHD, depression and anxiety. In addition to leading our incredible team of cycling teachers, Talia serves on the management committee of the European Piano Teacher's Association UK and is the editor of Piano Professional magazine. She also writes regular articles on music and wellbeing for flown.com.
Jeffery started playing the piano at the age of six and went on to study at Romania’s Gheorghe Dima Academy of Music. He studied under the guidance of acclaimed Romanian pianist and pedagogue Daniel Goiți and Prof. Christopher Elton at the Royal Academy of Music in London and from September 2017 he began his studies at the Royal Academy of Music on a full scholarship. In 2018 he was awarded the Grand Prix of the Concours International de Piano S.A.R. la Princesse Lalla Meryem in Rabat, Morocco. Recent and future engagements include recitals in Portugal (April, 2019), Spain – courtesy of ‘Cita con los Clasicos’ festival (May, 2019) as well as a tour of several Moroccan cities in December 2019, courtesy of the French Embassy and the Institut Français du Maroc.
Hyunjung was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. She attended an arts high school and holds a Bachelor’s degree in classical music composition from Ewha Womans University, the most prestigious women’s university in South Korea. She has recently completed a master's degree in London at University of Westminster.
In addition to classical piano, Hyunjung plays jazz piano, harp, organ, and a little bit of guitar and cello as it greatly inspires her work as a musician, art entrepreneur, and music teacher. Drawing on her education and interest in diverse instruments, she composes and performs with Jung's Trio which she formed to popularise classical music to the public. Additionally, Hyunjung teaches Korean traditional music at the London Korean School, the largest Korean school in the UK and disseminates Korean traditional music to a broader audience. Hyunjung really enjoys working as a music teacher and always aims to provide an enjoyable experience of music to children.