About Fionagh Bennet Music

As a Methodist Minister’s daughter, I was brought up with organs and their music. I begged for formal piano lessons and my wish was granted at age eight. Once I was tall enough to reach the pedals on the organ, I also received lessons from the church organist. When my musical career began to develop, I took regular CPD courses and gained my teaching qualifications. Then I discovered the delights of cinema organs, and Wurlitzers in particular. I played them at every opportunity! Thus, my career has been very varied, and very fulfilling. I am currently concentrating on composing, a long held ambition, but I also have a busy schedule of church services, and a limited amount of teaching.


I have gained qualifications from the Southern Music Training Centre, London College of Music, Trinity College of Music, and I have a Postgraduate Certificate in Music Technology from Hertfordshire University. I am currently studying for a degree in music composition and musicology with the Open College of the Arts.


I am a Fellow of The Incorporated Society of Musicians (ISM), and a member of The Royal College of Organists.


Along with my own teaching practice, I have also taught in music schools, and as a peripatetic piano/keyboard teacher in both private and state schools.


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