Fox, Adrienne (1941- )

Born in Consett, County Durham, Adrienne studied pianoforte and singing at Royal Academy of Music in London, graduating in 1962. She also achieved a BMus from London University in 1976. She worked as a lecturer of Music and Drama in Durham for 6 years and then as a lecturer in Music Education in the Faculty of Education in Durham University. In 1978 she moved to become Head of Music at Skipton Girls’ High School. She retired due to ill health in 1994. 

Her other activities have included a one-woman cabaret show (voice and piano), music critic and journalist, free-lance jazz pianist and singer, accompanist. At age 60 she took up learning to play the horn and now plays in three amateur orchestras in the North of England. Composing and arranging for friends is her happiest occupation in retirement. In 2004 she won a competition in Gerona for one of her compositions.

Adrienne Fox

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Four horns

Four Folk Songs
  Trad. arr Adrienne Fox
Three Dodgy Dances
Adrienne Fox

Eight horns

Three threes for 8
Adrienne Fox