Ed has worked with a variety of ensembles in the UK and Australia, including the London Philharmonic Orchestra, The King’s Consort and the Swingle Singers. He moved to Australia in 2003 to work for the Australian Chamber Orchestra, and subsequently joined the executive of Opera Australia as General Manager of its orchestra. Since returning to the UK in 2011, his most recent role was as Acting Chief Executive of the Academy of St Martin in the Fields, and he has also worked as a consultant with a number of chamber ensembles. He is a Trustee of the Rodolfus Choir.
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341095
Please contact James Hardie for all press enquiries.
Telephone: 44 (0)20 3422 3344
CONCERTS AND EDUCATION
Following a Music degree from the University of Southampton Anthony initially worked with the Orchestra of St John’s, Smith Square before moving to Newcastle to join Northern Sinfonia in 1999. After eleven years in the North East which included the move into and opening of Sage Gateshead Anthony relocated to Asia in 2010 as General Manager of the Singapore Symphony Orchestra. Missing the UK weather Anthony moved back to the UK joining AAM in early 2016. With his wife Fiona and two young children Anthony enjoys the English countryside, especially if it includes a pub and roaring log fire. Having left his trombone in storage whilst in Singapore Anthony is determined to find it again one day.
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341090
Head of Concerts and Planning
Chloë began her musical studies at a young age with the violin and singing. She read Music at Cambridge, where she was a choral scholar and took an active interest in conducting. Chloë won the CUMS Conducting Competition in her first year, going on to work with CUMS II and augmenting this with a final-year dissertation looking at the role gender plays in conducting. Since graduating Chloë has pursued a career in music, working with the Brighton Early Music Festival, the London Handel Festival and as an Associate Manager within the Vocal Division at IMG Artists, as well as managing Ars Eloquentiae, a new period instrument ensemble based in London. In her spare time, Chloë continues to perform with an early music choir.
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341098
Head of Participation and Learning
Kathryn studied music at the University of Southampton after which she began her orchestral career working with the Philharmonia Orchestra working within the Participation and Learning teams. Focussing on enabling people to participate and engage with music in different ways, Kathryn then went on to be Community & Education Director at Britten Sinfonia.
Over the past years, Kathryn has set up several initiatives in Cambridgeshire including Music to Grow to for early years music obtaining an “Outstanding” from Ofsted for her delivery, and Sing! Choirs for adults for which Kathryn is the Musical Director. The latter has just celebrated its 5th birthday, and has been very busy including sell out performances in Ely Cathedral and tours abroad!
Kathryn has also worked with the London Philharmonic Orchestra, Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Cambridge Music Festival, Southbank Centre and Trinity Laban on many interesting and exciting collaborations.
Kathryn’s spare time is spent taking her children to various music lessons, as well as standing on the sidelines cheering them on in football, along with the occasional reading of a book!
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341094
Adrian read maths and philosophy at the University of Cambridge, before studying for Master’s degrees in historical performance at the Guildhall School of Music & Drama and the Schola Cantorum Basiliensis in Switzerland. He enjoys a busy performing career with many of the country’s leading ensembles and is also editor of Early Music Today, the UK’s leading magazine devoted to all aspects of the early music scene. Away from work, Adrian may be found cooking, reading, jogging slowly, not practising the lute enough, or forlornly supporting Grimsby Town FC.
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341094
Telephone: 44 (0)1223 341092