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Eleanor Rashid is a freelance music practitioner, songwriter and performer. She graduated from Goldsmiths, University of London with a First Class Honours in Music (BMus).
In 2017, Eleanor trained as an Early Years Music Practitioner with Wigmore Hall Learning. Since 2018, she has been working for Creative Futures, who recently gave her funding to explore the potential of popular music on Early Years Education – an area she found interesting and important, in line with pushing traditional boundaries and exploring different genres in education.
Eleanor has worked as a practitioner for other projects such as Mama Sings, London Rhymes and The Acorn Project. She also writes songs for children that have a focus on mental health and well-being.
Eleanor is involved in political music projects, her most recent being “When We Collide” (funded by Sky Arts). This summer, she will be undertaking a new project: “Defence to Forbid” (supported by Spitalfields Music).