Mimi Kind is a flute teacher with a passion for education and understanding the individual needs of each student. The way she teaches is definitely not a one-size-fits all method but, rather, she always strives to understand the unique learning needs that each student presents, and to work with their strengths to overcome any areas they find more challenging.
Mimi attended the Sydney Conservatorium of Music High School, where she studied Flute with Rosamund Plummer. She then went on graduate with a Bachelor of Music Studies (Composition) at the Sydney Conservatorium of Music University. Mimi has also studied with Geoffrey Collins and Sandy Evans, and Received a Big Brother Scholarship to travel to the UK and learn from Anna Noakes and Andy Panayi.
With extensive experience as a flute teacher, Mimi has taught individual lessons and flute ensembles for over 8 years at various schools and studios. Her students have ranged from complete beginner to Grade 8 level, and she has had many students achieve high marks in their AMEB exams.
In conjunction with teaching, Mimi creates kinetic sound sculptures and installations, and has a broad spectrum of interests in music, sound and art which inform and extend her teaching practice.