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Welcome to our new board members!

Red Note is delighted to welcome 5 new members to its board!

We’re thrilled to announce that Isla MacLeod, David Sinclair, Lynn Sweeney and Daniel Lewis have recently joined Red Note’s board and that Mareike Ohl has joined as Red Note’s first Trustee in Training role. We know that their input and respective expertise will help us deliver our programme to the highest standard.

Isla MacLeod: Isla is currently Head of Marketing at Liverpool Philharmonic where she works on a programme of over 400 events a year. A self-titled ‘audience advocate’, she is excited to be joining the Red Note board in 2024 because of a shared passion for bringing new music to new audiences.

David Sinclair: David Sinclair is an experienced fundraising and governance professional. He recently joined The National Lottery Community Fund as Head of Business Support in Scotland. David is particularly interested in the work of Red Note Ensemble supporting performers and composers in the initial stages of their careers, and in Red Note’s access, engagement and participation programme.

Lynn Sweeney: Lynn Sweeney has lived in Glasgow all her life and from an early age been involved with music. She is a volunteer Childline counsellor and a board member of Royston Youth Action. She loves how Red Note break down barriers to allow people to experience contemporary music and as a new member of the board she is looking forward to supporting them to deliver contemporary music as well as looking at new ways to reach those who otherwise may be excluded or feel unable to participate.

Daniel Lewis: Daniel currently works for PRS for Music, where he represents the interests of classical composers and publishers. Originally from Merthyr Tydfil in South Wales, Daniel is passionate about ensuring that all musicians are afforded opportunities regardless of their socioeconomic background. Daniel loves Red Note’s unflinching commitment to new music, which stretches from grassroots work in schools to commissioning major new work from Scottish composers.

Mareike Ohl (Trustee in Training): Mareike is currently completing a Master in Arts, Festival and Cultural Management at Queen Margaret University. Originally from Germany, she has been involved in the classical music scene in her younger years. She was drawn to Red Note as she feels passionate about access to new music, especially fostering curiosity. Mareike joined as a trustee in training as she wanted to expand her knowledge and experience of this important role.

Red Note is a truly exceptional organisation, working at international, national and community level to commission and perform new music. Our new trustees complement a strong team and will help Red Note continue to achieve their ambitions in the UK and abroad. Red Note is also a training and development organisation and believes in development at all levels – as such we are delighted that Mareike has joined us in our first Trustee in Training position.”
Fiona Duncan, Chair of the Board


19 March, 2024 - 0:00
21 March, 2024 - 23:59


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