Victoria Nair-Price

Douwsies Fotographie
Douwsies Fotographie

Recorder / Blokfluitist / Performer



Victoria Nair-Price (1982) born in Great Britain, started playing the recorder from the age of five. From early on she developed a passion for music and the instrument and became active in performing in public concerts and competitive events. She continued by studying music at Birmingham Conservatoire under Annabel Knight and with regular master classes from Dan Laurin. In 2005 she attained a Bachelor with Honors and won the Internal Recorder Prize. She then continued her studies at the

Koninklijk Conservatorium, The Hague, NL studying under Reine-Marie Verhagen specialising more in early music finishing in 2008. Here she also attained a high grade for pedagogical studies.



Victoria performs with several ensembles, The Cardinal’s Compass, baroque chamber music ensemble, Duo Tramonto, recorder duo performing in various styles from early to modern music, Duo Barok cello duo and harpsichord duo Musica Dolce. She also performs solo and with ensembles on a freelance basis.


Victoria is also an active teacher to adults and children and conducts creative music workshops and toddler music see: . She works since 2014 for the music teacher co-operative Kunst en Coo in South-East Friesland and as a Creative workshop leader for Ateliers Majeur in Heerenveen.


Victoria Nair-Price moved to the Netherlands in 2005 and lives in Friesland with her husband and two young children. Traveling for work is no problem.