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Dr Madeline Castrey is one of the UK's most exciting young musicologists who is passionate about researching and implementing initiatives to use music to positively impact lives. 


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'Vibrant, dynamic and knowledgeable -
Dr Madeline is an exciting new voice in the arts!


Dr Madeline Castrey is a musician, academic and musicologist. With a background in West End theatre, opera and television, Madeline has performed in many productions including Les Miserables, The Lion King, Evita, La traviata and Così fan tutte. She became the first ever 16-year-old admitted onto a degree course at The London College of Music, and graduated with a Master's Degree at 19 in Classical Music. She completed her PhD at The University of Westminster has been commissioned to write musicological articles and features for large-scale publications.


Madeline has started several national initiatives using music as a tool for good which she has been thrilled to discuss on many national television and radio outlets including BBC News and radio, Sky News, BBC News, Channel 5 News, GB News and London Live. As a sought after educator, Madeline became one of the youngest university lecturers in the country at just 22, gaining a Senior Lecturer position at 25. She has performed at many prestigious venues as a singer and pianist, speaks at large scale conferences and champions the power of music to make a positive change to physical and mental health. As a past winner, Madeline was honoured to serve as a judge on the prestigious Princess Diana Award panel and is looking forward to continuing her work and research.

Madeline also recently founded 'Choon' a new organisation championing the power of music and singing to improve health and wellness.

Click here to visit the website: CHOON

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