A dedicated page is now available for these updates. Please read this page carefully for updates to my teaching services. This page was last updated on 25th September 2022. Read more

Meet Ricky

LONDON-BASED freelance musician Ricky Taing is an upcoming soloist who studies flute at the Royal Academy of Music with Anna Noakes as part of his course at King’s College London. As a member of the English Schools’ Orchestra, National Youth Concert Band of Great Britain and Kent County Youth Orchestra, he has had extensive performing experience both as a soloist and ensemble player.

Recognised for his musicianship with the 2018 Spirit of Try Angle Award for Music, he has competed in various music festivals and competitions across the country. He is available both as a performer for services or other celebrations or as an educator for individual flute, piano and music theory tuition.

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4th December 2022

Handel’s Messiah Part 1 – Formed of university and conservatoire choral scholars and graduates, the choir and ensemble take on Part 1 of this glorious masterpiece. Book here


Over the years, Ricky has enjoyed extensive performing experience in a variety of both public and private settings with solo, chamber and orchestral performances. Recent engagements include performing at worship services and for a civic mayoral reception. View more


Read Ricky’s blog – he explores his life as an interdisciplinary musician, a review of various music performance and composition classes and top tips for effective practice.

My Musical Journey… 21st December 2020

This issue just goes to show – life does not go in straight lines. With coursework deadlines, graded exams and cancelled performances; thanks COVID.

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My Musical Journey… 4th October 2020

Ricky finds a little normality basking in his usual practice room where he talks about his exciting return to Junior Trinity – a new timetable!

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My Musical Journey… 27th September 2020

This inaugural edition sees Ricky’s return to school with some exciting updates about various virtual project performances over the summer.

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