Be part of something amazing – Scotland’s new music ensemble is seeking trustees from around the world. Board experience not required.
Red Note Ensemble is on the look out for new trustees to join its Board. As one of the UK’s most exciting and innovative makers and commissioners of new music, the role of trustee means you will become part of a vanguard developing new works for the national and international stage, supporting and developing young composers and musicians and working closely with communities.
You don’t have to love contemporary music to be part of the story, but you do need to believe that music makes a real difference to the world.
You don’t have to have experience of being on a Board, one of our core areas of focus is developing talent, and that applies to our trustees too.
You don’t need to be based in Scotland, we value expertise and insight from anywhere.
What you do need, is enthusiasm, affinity with Red Note’s ethos and some time to dedicate to quarterly meetings on Zoom, with some work in between.
In return, you’ll learn new things, stretch your thinking, and meet some genuinely lovely folk.
If you’ve never considered being on a Board but fancy a chat – get in touch. We’d love to hear from you. If you’ve got oodles of experience and have time to spare, we’d love to hear from you too.
In particular we would welcome hearing from anyone with experience in fundraising, HR, financial management or business development. But don’t let that put you off.
If you are interested in finding out more please contact us to arrange a call with Fiona Duncan, the Chair or one of our Board in the first instance (email@example.com, 07917572043).
Alternatively please write to us explaining why you are interested in joining the Board of Red Note Ensemble (no more than an A4 page, single sided) and attach your CV. Please send this to Red Note’s General manager, Sarah Mills on firstname.lastname@example.org.
The deadline to submit interest is Thursday 31st August.