Julie Ainscough at the Frobenius organ of All Saints' Parish Church, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey (U.K.).

Dr.  JULIE
AINSCOUGH
LTCL (Piano Teaching),
GTCL (Music, First Class Honours),
FTCL (Music Composition),
M.Mus. (London, Music Composition),
Ph.D. (Surrey, Music Composition),
FISM (Incorporated Society of Musicians, London),
FRCO (Royal College of Organists).


Address:             13,  Clinton  Road,  LEATHERHEAD, Surrey, KT22  8NUUnited Kingdom.
Telephone:          (+44) (0)1372 375728.
Mobile:               (+44) (0)7736  419416.
E-mail:                ainscough@organum.org.uk
Website:              http://www.organum.org.uk

Date of Birth:      25th April 1957.

Status:                 Married to Michael John Harrold, M.A. (Hons.), M.R.Ae.S.:
                            Two sons, born July 1991 and December 1998.

QUALIFICATIONS

2011                    Doctor of Philosophy (Composition):  University of Surrey.

1999                    Fellowship Diploma:  Royal College of Organists, London.

1984                    Master of Music (Composition):
                            Goldsmiths College, University of London.

1981                    Associate Diploma:  Royal College of Organists, London.

1979                    Fellowship Diploma (Composition):
                            Trinity College of Music, London.

1978                    Graduate Diploma, with 1st Class Honours (B.Mus. Hons. degree - equivalent):
                            Trinity College of Music, London.

1976                    Licenciate Diploma (Instrumental Teaching):
                            Trinity College of Music, London.

PRIZES

2005                    The David Lovatt Prize for Composition (University of Surrey).

1978                    The Royal Philharmonic Society Prize for Composition.

1977                    The John Halford Prize for Composition (Trinity College of Music, London).

MEMBERSHIPS

1977                    Royal College of Organists (R.C.O.), London.

1977 & 2000       Incorporated Society of Musicians (I.S.M.), London:  Fellowship (2015).

2001                    I.S.M., London:  Register of Private Professional Teachers.

EDUCATION

2003-11               University of Surrey: part-time Ph.D. (Composition, by portfolio, with research dissertation).

1984-94               the late David Sanger, London (Pipe Organ Performance, private study).

1981-84               University of London (Goldsmiths' College:  Composition).

1975-79               Trinity College London (Piano, Organ and Composition).

1968-75               The Ursuline Convent School, Wimbledon.


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EMPLOYMENT - CURRENT

2012 on:               Organist:  St. Augustine's Abbey, Chilworth, Surrey.

1994 on:               Visiting organ teacher:  Hampton School, Middlesex.

1987 on:               Freelance concert & deputising church organist, harpsichord continuo player,
                             accompanist, pianist and choral conductor.

1978 on:               Large private teaching practice (organ, piano, theory, composition).

EMPLOYMENT - PREVIOUS

2007-2012:           Freelance church organist, deputising in Surrey and Kent.

2002-2007:           Director of Music:  Ewell Parish Church, Surrey (December 2002 - September 2007).

2003-2004:           Visiting organ teacher:  Emanuel School, London SW11.

1990-2003:           Visiting piano teacher and accompanist:
                              St. Teresa's School, Effingham Hill, Surrey.

1996-2001:           Organist & Choirmaster, Christ Church, West Wimbledon.

1994-1996:           Organist: St. Paul's Church, Dorking.

1994-1996:           Conductor: Blackheath & Bramley Choral Society.

1989-1993:           Deputising organist & choirmaster for various churches
                              in South London and the Home Counties, including:
                              St. Matthew's Parish Church, Ashford, Middlesex,
                              the Parish Church of St. James, New Malden
                              and the Franciscan Friary Church, Chilworth.

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1980-1991:           Visiting piano & harpsichord teacher, accompanist & concert organist:
                              The Francis Holland School, Clarence Gate, Regent's Park, London.

1988-1989:            Visiting piano teacher: Wimbledon High School for Girls (GPDST).

1986-1989:            Organist and Choirmaster: The Parish Church of St. Mary, Stoke D'Abernon.

1986 only:             Accompanist: Hounslow Choral Society.

1983-1986:            Organist and Choirmaster: SS. Peter and Paul R.C. Parish Church, Mitcham.

1981-1983:            Organist and Choirmaster: St. Margaret's Church, Putney.

1978-1982:            Accompanist: The New Westminster Chorus (Conductor: Colin Mawby).

1971-1977:            Organist (and latterly Director of Junior Choir):
                               Our Lady of the Rosary R.C. Parish Church, Sutton.

REFEREES

SEBASTIAN FORBES,
MA, Mus.D (Cantab.), ARAM, ARCO, LRAM, ARCM, FRSA,
Professor (Emeritus) of the University of Surrey,  Guildford,  GU2 7XH,  U.K.
Telephone: (+44) (0)1483 211785 (Home)
E-mail: s.forbes@surrey.ac.uk

Extensively-published composer:
(ABRSM, Bosworth, Cathedral, Chester, Novello, OUP, Stainer & Bell, Yorke);
former member of the Executive Committee of the Composers Guild of Great Britain;
retired Professor & Director of Music, University of Surrey,
former Artistic Director of the Guildford International Music Festival.

KEVIN KNIBBS, MA,
Headmaster,
HAMPTON SCHOOL, Hanworth Road, HAMPTON, Middlesex, TW12 3HD, U.K.
Telephone: (+44) (0)20 8979 5526    Fax: (+44) (0)20 8941 7368
E-mail: headmaster@hamptonschool.org.uk

BARRY MARTIN, MA, MBA, FCMI, FRSA, retired from the post of Headmaster in July 2013,
having provided inspirational leadership to Hampton School over sixteen years. His successor,
by unanimous vote of the Board of Governors, is the former Deputy Headmaster, Kevin Knibbs, MA.

THE RT. REV'D. DOM M. A. PAULINUS GREENWOOD, BA, BA (Div.), PGCE, MCIL, OSB,
Abbot of Chilworth,
SAINT AUGUSTINE'S ABBEY,
Sample Oak Lane, Chilworth, GUILDFORD, Surrey, GU4 8QR.
Telephone: (+44) (0)1483899360  E-mail: FrPaulinusOSB@aol.com

The Reverend Canon W. RICHARD HANFORD, MA, BD, LL.M.
15 Austin Avenue, Laleston, BRIDGEND, West Glamorgan, CF32 0LG.
E-mail: wrhanford@btinternet.com

Chaplain to the High Sheriff of West Glamorgan, Retired Vicar of Ewell, Honorary Canon and former Canon Præcentor of Guildford Cathedral, Retired Chaplain of the Royal British Legion (Surrey Branch), canon lawyer, former Canon Succentor of Llandaff Cathedral, former Royal Navy chaplain.

The late DAVID SANGER, LRAM, ARCM, FRAM, FRCO
was an enthusiastic supporter and loyal friend who wrote generously-worded references for me over many years.
His tragic death, at the age of sixty-three, is mourned deeply by many who owe him so much.

David was President of the Royal College of Organists, London (2009-10),
a respected composer (Banks) and author of a widely-used organ tutor (Novello),
and an internationally-acclaimed recording and concert organist.
David was Visiting Professor of Organ at the University of Oxford,
the Royal Academy of Music and the University of Cambridge and,
for a period, was a Guest Professor at the Royal Danish Academy of Music,
where he collaborated with the celebrated Professor Hans Fagius.

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