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Margaret Murray McLeod trained at the Royal Academy of Music, studying piano with Frederic Jackson. During her student years she was in demand as an accompanist and chamber music player, and was awarded the Scott Huxley Prize for piano accompaniment.
As a performer she appeared regularly in concerts throughout the U.K. and recorded for B.B.C. Scotland and South German Radio. She has played piano and harpsichord with the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and accompanied many well-known singers and instrumentalists.
During her twenty-five years in the Music School at Napier University, Margaret founded the Summer School for Piano Teachers that very soon gained an international reputation, and until 1997 was Senior Lecturer for Performance Studies. In addition to examining for the Associated Board for many years, she has lectured and conducted workshops extensively both at home and abroad. She is also a contributor to the Associated Board’s Teaching Notes for the piano graded examinations.