Beatrice Hubble

Beatrice Hubble studied at the Royal Northern College of Music, where she performed as a soloist with many of the college ensembles. She won the June Emerson chamber music prize with the oboe trio, Les Trois Canards. 

She was later accepted to Yehudi Menuhin’s charity Live Music Now, where she performed throughout the country in care homes, special schools and respite facilities with her trio, Vista. She later began working for the charity as a solo artist and mentor. 

Passionate about increasing access to music for all, Beatrice Hubble works as a specialist music tutor for disabled children and young people and has been made Musical Inclusion Practitioner and Manager at Drake Music in London. She is the Music Leader for the National Open Youth Orchestra at the Barbican and is in demand as a workshop leader and inclusive practitioner across the country.  

Beatrice Hubble is a dedicated chamber musician, appearing with the award-winning Trio Volant. The ensemble performs at venues throughout the country and was Making Music Selected Artists in 2018-19.

She has worked as a freelance oboist, appearing with orchestras including Manchester Camerata and the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra. She performs and regularly records new music with the vibrant Kaleidoscope Orchestra.