About ImagiFun

Jacqui J Grant
Jacqui is a highly experienced, talented and passionate music educator who brings a wealth of experience to ImagiFun.
Jacqui graduated in 2000 with a First Class BA Honours Musical Studies degree from the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama (R.S.A.M.D.) and a Postgraduate Diploma in Music from the R.S.A.M.D. in 2001.  Her primary instrument is the Cello with secondary instrumental studies taken on Double Bass and Piano.
Upon graduating Jacqui began working for North Lanarkshire Council as their Music Development Officer, creating, managing and delivering a diverse range of musical opportunities. 
She then took up the role as Learning Through the Arts Co-ordinator with the Workers' Educational Association in 2003, managing the overall Arts Development programme at the Ayr North Social Inclusion Partnership, covering all areas of the creative arts.  
In January 2005 Jacqui accepted the position of Education Manager with Glasgow Concert Halls and was responsible for establishing the comprehensive programme of music learning at City Halls.  In addition to this post Jacqui began working for the National Youth Choirs of Scotland as a Mini Music Makers tutor in 2008.
Jacqui also enjoys being a mum to two boys. 

© Jacqui J Grant 2010

Areas of Work
ImagiFun Music and Movement Class programme
For more information and to book please contact us.
Here is the class timetable. 
Parent Group/Nursery/Playgroup workshops
Jacqui is currently enjoying delivering ImagiFun workshops on behalf of New Rhythms for Glasgow and Glasgow Social Services.  Previous freelance engagements have included delivering bespoke workshops in a variety of early years settings/establishments.
If you are interested in booking ImagiFun for your pre-school establishment please contact us.
Jacqui has delivered ImagiFun workshops as part of the Inspiration Festival in Glasgow and the East Ren / Eastwood Theatre Early Years Arts Festival.