Rania has studied classical and jazz saxophone at different conservatoires in Paris since a young age and has obtained a French Certificate with distinction in saxophone performance and theory in 2016.
Rania has completed a foundation course in Music Therapy at Roehampton University and a Music Leadership course with Musicians Without Borders.
Rania has been teaching saxophone to children and adults for 6 years as well as running music workshops for children with special needs across all age groups in different schools across Brighton and London, with the aim of improving the well-being of the children and young people there, and giving them an opportunity to express themselves through music.
Rania has played in different ensembles such as saxophone quartets, orchestras, jazz big bands, and different chamber music ensembles. Additionally, she has performed in venues in France, England and the Netherlands such as churches, schools, care homes and auditoriums.
Rania is very patient and delivers a great lesson pitched at the right level for the student. Rania has been teaching my son who has autism for a few years now, she has always broken the lesson down to suit him and is able to spot when he needs to take a break. Her encouragement and support has enabled him to pass his grading with a distinction! Melanie S (mother of a saxophone student)
Rania has infinite patience and consideration when working with young people . Her passion for music is evident when her hear and see her play her beloved saxophone. Sally A (colleague at Brighton Aldridge Community Academy)