Jacqueline gained the Diplôme Supérieur in 1997. She teaches on the UK’s Certificate and License training courses as well as being a regular tutor on the International Summer School and Easter Course.  Jacqueline’s background is in Performance Arts and she has experience teaching Dalcroze to children and adults of all ages and has a special interest in those with Specific Learning Difficulties. Jacqueline is also an examiner for the DEIEB exams (Dalcroze Eurhythmics International Examination Board).

She gives Dalcroze workshops nationally (England, Scotland & Ireland) and internationally (Australia, Canada, Denmark, Hong Kong, Italy, Japan, Korea, Norway, Slovakia, Switzerland & USA)

She has taught at a number of universities, music colleges and schools including Canterbury Christchurch College, Birmingham Conservatoire and the Guildhall School of Music & Drama. She works regularly with other organizations such as the British Suzuki Institute and the British Kodaly Academy.

Jacqueline has written articles for the Dalcroze Journal UK, Music Teacher, European Piano Teachers Association, Libretto (ABRSM magazine), Action for Inclusion, Piano Professional and Arco (European String Teachers Association). She has also written papers on the application of Dalcroze to students with dyslexia and on the UKs graded Dalcroze exams for young musicians.

In 2011 Jacqueline moved to Devon and now works across the South West of England.