We are pleased to announce the appointment of three new trustees: Natalie Ellis, Head of Arts at Cambridgeshire University Hospitals NHS Trust, Helen Harrison, Lancashire-based conductor and music director and Suzanne Rolt, Chief Executive of St George's Bristol.
The three new trustees join as the organisation continues to expand its reach across England, working in under-served regions to ensure equality of access to orchestral activity for everyone. The coming years will see Orchestras Live producing work that trials new concert formats, develops new music leaders and offers live experiences to people of all ages and backgrounds. Central to this work is Orchestras Live’s core approach that puts communities and participants at the centre of the creative process.
"We were delighted to have a very strong field of applicants for trustee roles, from many different parts of England. We all look forward to working together to advance Orchestra Live's vision of wide and inclusive provision of good quality orchestral music across the country."Tony Stoller, Chair of Orchestras Live
“It is important to Orchestras Live that we gather a range of relevant expertise and voices from different backgrounds on to our trustee body. I have no doubt that our three new trustees will bring new perspectives and I look forward to working with them as we widen the reach and strengthen the impact of our work.”Sarah Derbyshire, CEO of Orchestras Live
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