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NMC Recordings Chair Vacancy
1 October 2019

In NMC’s 30th year, we seek a new Chair to succeed Andrew Ward in helping us build on past successes and secure our future. The ideal candidate will have energy and vision alongside experience in the world of new music and its funding. 

 

NMC Recordings is an award-winning new music charity. Founded in 1989 by composer Colin Matthews OBE, we are devoted to enriching cultural life by connecting listeners with exceptional contemporary classical music from across the British Isles.   

 

We believe that new music is a dynamic and engaging art-form, and we seek to inspire and challenge audiences through the release and promotion of recordings, innovative artistic partnerships, commissioning new repertoire, and delivering education work.  

 

We fulfil our charitable aims by:  

 

  • collaborating with leading composers, artists, orchestras, and ensembles 
  • producing high quality recordings of outstanding works 
  • promoting recordings and other resources to expand worldwide audiences for new music 
  • preserving this creativity for future generations  

 

To apply for this voluntary position, please complete the attached equalities monitoring form and email it with a covering letter outlining why you are interested in NMC and feel you would be right to lead us.  Applications and requests for any further information or for an informal discussion should be sent to:

 

Anne Rushton

Executive Director

NMC Recordings

anne@nmcrec.co.uk

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