Sophie Delahaye, administrator
French flautist Sophie Delahaye has recently graduated from Trinity Laban College of Music, where she studied flute with Anna Noakes and Margaret Campbell, and piccolo with Christopher Green. She previously graduated from the Royal Academy of Music with a Master of Arts degree.
Sophie was born in Lyon, France, where she started studying music, she later pursued her studies in Aix-en-Provence and Dijon, before moving to London in 2014.
At the Academy, she studied with Samuel Coles and Patricia Morris, and her studies were generously supported by the Harold Wrigley Alcock Scholarship.
Sophie’s orchestral experience include playing with the BBC Concert Orchestra and the Orchestre Symphonique de Tunisie amongst others, and in London she has worked with such conductors as Marin Alsop, Vladimir Jurowski, Robin Ticciati, Sir Mark Elder and Edward Gardner.
Enthusiastic and passionate about transmitting music, Sophie has taught with various music programmes, and she’s currently developing her teaching activities with the London branch of El Sistema England, The Nucleo Project.
Willing to broaden her musical horizons, Sophie is now excited to be sharing her time between her freelancing and teaching activities and her role as Opera On the Move administrator.