Long time believer in connecting in a friendly and informed way with audiences to assist in the contemporary concert music listening experience, Zoë has been presenting and narrating all kinds of performances for many years.
A regular guest speaker on radio and TV (BBC and abroad), she also has a long standing connection with London Sinfonietta, presenting the ensemble’s live concerts and more recently, their new digital channel. She hosts podcast series “The Music That Made Me”, including interviews with composers Anna Meredith, Tansy Davies, Hannah Kendall, Matthew Herbert, Marius Neset and Georg Friedrich Haas, and appears in Cheltenham Festival’s “best of festival” podcast series.
Host of composer panel discussions and interviews at 2019 Tanglewood Contemporary Music Festival (U.S.), more recently Zoë has been presenting Wigmore Hall’s live-streamed concert series, presenter of Thomas Adés at 50 with Britten Sinfonia at Barbican Centre, and for Southbank Sinfonia concert/TED talks at St. John’s Smith Square.
She is also regular guest speaker for universities and conservatoires, giving performance seminars and lectures.