Fiona Osborne

Fiona Osborne is a violinist with over thirty years’ experience as a teacher and performer.

After a varied orchestral performing career, including seven years in the first violins of the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Fiona has for the past twenty years devoted her professional life to teaching the violin. She is particularly interested in violin pedagogy and has studied the Paul Rolland Violin Method, and for her beginners, the Suzuki Method.

Fiona’s Douglas pupils regularly go on to continued study at Music Colleges throughout the UK, with a number awarded scholarships. She also teaches at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Junior Conservatoire, and at The High School of Glasgow.

Fiona studied at St Mary’s Music School under Nigel Murray and at the Royal Northern College of Music with Yossi Zivoni. She graduated with a GRNCM (Upper) and a PPRCNM in chamber music performance.