Alexander Technique workshop
Catherine Fleming is an Alexander Technique professor at the Royal College of Music, a Recorder professor and Alexander Technique teacher at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. Catherine also teaches the Alexander Technique at Eton College and works as a freelance musician performing and recording with a variety of ensembles including her quartet, The
As a member of the Society of Teachers of the Alexander Technique, Catherine co-chairs the ‘Alexander in Education’ special interest group
and spoke on the education panels at the 2018 International Congress for AT in Chicago and the 2016 AT in Music Conference at Trinity Laban College in London. Alongside Judith Kleinman and Henry Fagg, she set up a YouTube Channel in response to the pandemic, offering Alexander Technique video presentations to help support musicians.
Catherine has performed as a recorder player in many festivals across Europe such as York, Barcelona and Bruges Early Music Festivals, has toured extensively in the UK, the Netherlands, Ireland and France, and played in many prestigious venues including the Wigmore Hall, Royal Festival Hall, Purcell Room and Milton Court, as well as performing with the English National Opera. She can be heard on recordings for First Hand Records, Deux-Elles and Dutton Vocalion labels, which are regularly played on BBC Radio 3. Catherine has worked as an adjudicator and external examiner for Hong Kong Schools Music Festival, Trinity Laban and for UK Music Festivals.