Férdia combines performance, research and teaching. She holds a doctorate from the University of Cambridge and a Masters in Music Performance from Trinity College of Music, London.
She is an accomplished and active performer of medieval, renaissance, baroque and contemporary recorder repertoire.
Férdia is also an inter-disciplinary academic working in the fields of music, philosophy and theology. Her recent book is entitled Musical Beauty: Negotiating the Boundary between Subject and Object (Cascade, Wipf and Stock, 2011).
Férdia organised a conference on Music and Transcendence with the support of Anglia Ruskin University and the British Society of Aesthetics. It was held in Cambridge on November 29, 2011. Keynote speakers included Roger Scruton, Christopher Page and Bruce Ellis Benson.
Férdia is currently living in Göttingen, Germany, working as a post-doctoral researcher with the Music, Conflict and State Research Group, University of Göttingen.
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