Jade Bultitude completed her Masters Degree in Flute Performance at the Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance, London, where she received a high distinction for her studies. As part of this degree Jade specialised in music education. She is a recent recipient of the Michael Hirst Award and is also generously supported by the Harpenden Music Foundation. In July 2014 she was awarded with Sir James Galway’s Rising Star Award, which allowed her to perform as a solo artist at his festival in Switzerland 2015 with Italian pianist Giulia Semerano.
Jade is passionate about teaching and holds many teaching qualifications including the Licentiate of the Royal Schools of Music and the Diploma of the Royal Schools of Music. For the last four years Jade has been working in the United Arab Emirates at Nord Anglia International school in association with Juillard. Prior to this Jade worked in many schools in and around London alongside her own private music teaching practice in Hertfordshire, England. She has extensive experience teaching woodwind from beginner up to conservatoire level as well as music theory from very beginner up to grade 8. She also has eight years’ experience teaching children from three months to four years old.