Adelaide has an MA in music & psychology and an MMus in ethnomusicology. She trained classically in cello & piano and then as a music teacher in London with Hoxton Hall Youth Arts and the Music House for Children. She has been teaching music privately since 2004 and in that time she has relocated to Scotland with her family. She is a singer-songwriter and a community choir leader. She has attended a variety of workshops and courses in music teaching methodologies such as Kodaly and Dalcroze. Adelaide is an active member of the Scottish Songleaders Network.
"I have two small children so am mostly busy with them just now, but I am currently enjoying doing some part-time teaching both at home and with Big Noise, Stirling. I run early years music and movement sessions (Lullabies & Laughs), I am the musical director of Earnsong - a wonderful, artsy world music community choir in Comrie, Perthshire and I run singing workshops elsewhere in the UK including, in 2016, Crook of Devon, Kinross and Balscote, England."