Concert musician known for promoting Australian composers, especially Percy Grainger’s oeuvre. She debuted in 1974 at Wigmore Hall in London, kicking off a concert profession that would consider her all over the world in cooperation with such orchestras as the London Philharmonic as well as the BBC Concert Orchestra. She documented over 250 paths of Percy Grainger’s music and created lectures and broadcasts on his lifestyle and function. She wedded barrister, cricketer, and trainer Edward Jackson in 1981. That they had a boy and a girl together. She had written a musical in 1976 with Alan Thornhill entitled Ride! Trip! that was effective on both beginner and professional circuits and was predicated on some of John Wesley’s lifestyle.