Meet the Staff
To contact a member of our staff please either telephone +44 (0)1223 300795, email email@example.com or send a direct email using the following format: firstname.lastname@example.org.
David is responsible for Britten Sinfonia’s artistic, strategic and business planning.
Artistic Planning Director
Nikola is responsible for planning Britten Sinfonia's future projects. She researches artists for our concert work and plans our UK and international touring schedule.
Contact James for enquiries about orchestra engagements, fees, contracts, and advance diary planning.
Hannah is responsible for managing selected Britten Sinfonia projects.
Annabel manages all of the practical arrangements for Britten Sinfonia concerts.
Orchestra Personnel Manager
Hannah is responsible for booking players for Britten Sinfonia's concerts. If you are interested in playing with Britten Sinfonia you can send your CV and covering letter to email@example.com.
Hazel assists with all areas of Britten Sinfonia's concert activity and orchestral management.
Nick is responsible for all areas of the orchestra’s fundraising activities, including donations from individuals, support from trusts and foundations, and corporate sponsorships. He is also the main contact for Britten Sinfonia’s principal public funder, Arts Council England.
Izi assists Will with all areas of fundraising, and is also the main contact for Musically Gifted and the Friends of Britten Sinfonia. Contact Izi to find out how you can support the orchestra.
Corporate Partnerships Manager
Claire is responsible for developing new corporate partnerships and maintaining existing corporate relations.
Claire is responsible for all areas of the orchestra's marketing and branding.
Karys assists the Marketing Director in all aspects of the marketing department's work. Please contact Karys if you require a biography or pictures of the orchestra.
Sophie Cohen Arts Publicity
Sophie is a freelance press consultant based in London who directs Britten Sinfonia's relations with national press. Visit her website here
+44 (0) 20 7428 9850
Creative Learning Director
Jennifer deals with all aspects of Britten Sinfonia's Creative Learning programme, including projects in schools and the community, family concerts, coaching and talent development as well as training and CPD for workplaces.
Creative Learning Co-ordinator
Mateja manages Britten Sinfonia’s pre-concert talk series, Cambridge Composers Workshop, Creative Learning At Lunch projects, and other bespoke projects. She is also currently managing the application process for OPUS2015. Please contact Mateja with any queries about any of our Creative Learning department’s work.
Creative Learning Assistant
Emily assists the Creative Learning team on a wide range of projects.
Britten Sinfonia Academy Manager
Isobel manages the Britten Sinfonia Academy. Working with young, talented, secondary school age players from the East of England, the Academy focuses on aspects that make Britten Sinfonia unique: playing without conductor, mixing up genres and playing in different styles, performing in small chamber groups, improvising, composing and exploring new music as well as working with inspiring special guests. To find out more about the audition process to join the Academy contact Isobel.
Adrienne manages Britten Sinfonia's accounts, financial and business planning.
Elaine assists the Finance Director in all areas of finance. Contact Elaine for any invoice or payment queries.
Norwich and Cambridge
25 - 27 September 2015
American pianist Jeremy Denk joins Britten Sinfonia to direct a vibrant programme of music from two of history’s greatest composers, J. S. Bach and Stravinsky
Town Hall Main Hall, Cheltenham
03 July 2015 6:30pm
Britten Sinfonia bring Bernard Herrmann's iconic score to life in a live screening of Alfred Hitchcock's Psycho, as part of the Cheltenham Music Festival 2015.