Performing Arts International tutors are hand-picked for their experience and abilities within their profession.
Each has either a deep knowledge of the works of Rudolph Steiner or has worked with the Michael Chekhov acting technique both as teacher and as performer.
Sarah Kane was born in London, had elocution lessons as a child, and after working in Waldorf education for 10 years, completed a training in Creative Speech in Germany, Switzerland and the UK, graduating in 1989.
Gregers Brinch has a rich background in music as a composer, performer, teacher and workshop leader.
Sigune Brinch (MA Eurythmy Performing Arts, Alanus University, D-Alfter/Bonn 2016) studied Eurythmy with Elena Zuccoli in Dornach.
Maria Albiez is co-director of the Hoathly Hill Sculpture Studio, and also teaches there. She has worked as a sculptor for many years and exhibits regularly with the Surrey Sculpture Society (SSS) and at other venues.
Arthur Dyer has a background in social care and education and draws on story, movement, play and nature, in his work.
A former nurse, Margaret Turner trained at the London School of Speech Formation under Maisie Jones and Ulrike Brockman, gaining her Goetheanum diploma in 1983.