FATIMA LAHHAM RECORDERS
Born in 1993, Fatima is a British-Syrian musician who plays recorder and baroque flute. Recent performances have taken Fatima to the Wigmore Hall, London Handel Festival, the Queen’s Gallery, V&A Museum, and the Styriarte Festival in Austria. Alongside performing, Fatima is the Founding Editor of Revoice! Magazine, Performing Arts Assistant at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital's charity CW+, and lectures at the Royal College of Music, London. Fatima read Music at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, graduating with First Class Honours, several Joan Conway scholarships, Academic & Music Exhibitions, the Bate Collection Recording Prize, and an award for one of the highest three marks in her year. In 2014 she took up a place as a scholar and Help Musicians UK Artist at the Royal College of Music, London, where she continued to study with Professor Ashley Solomon as well as María Martínez Ayerza and Julien Feltrin, graduating in 2016 with distinction in her Masters degree.