Ann Rachlin MBE (b. 1933 in Leeds, England) is the internationally acclaimed music educator, creator of Fun with Music®™ , musical storyteller, writer, recording artist, lyricist, speaker and founder of The Beethoven Fund for Deaf Children.
Ann held her popular Fun with Music®™ sessions in London for forty years where thousands of children from all walks of life, representing more than 24 nationalities, were introduced to the wonders of classical music through her imaginative storytelling set to the music of the great composers.
Ann has performed at countless international music festivals and appeared with major symphony orchestras in the UK, USA and Australia.
Her highly successful CD series and downloads have won praise from world-famous conductors and musicians and continue to be used in schools and homes all over the english-speaking world.
A fascinating and riveting speaker, Ann is much in demand all over the country in universities, literary societies and after-dinner events. Her audio-visual presentation of EDY WAS A LADY, The ‘Lost’ Memoirs of Ellen Terry’s daughter, is both revealing, amusing and moving.