Doctoral student from University of Leeds who conducted the choir in Mother Rachel in Leeds, 2017
An artist associated with a Performing the Jewish Archive event.
Milette Tseilon-Riis is currently studying for a PhD in Maths, having studied for an MMath at Leeds with a year abroad in Copenhagen. Although she originally learnt Suzuki piano, she has developed a love for choral singing over the past six years. She has sung in a wide variety of choirs, including The Clothworkers Consort of Leeds, LUUMS Chamber Choir, and various church choirs in Oxford, Leeds and Copenhagen. She also formed a female barbershop quartet. She has attended a choral conducting course in Sarteano, Italy, and a women’s conducting workshop organized by Morley College. In her free time she enjoys drawing, dancing, and playing board games.