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Post-event report……………………………………………… 2
Attendance figures…………………………………………… 3
Keynote biographies………………………………………… 4
Presenter biographies………………………………………... 7
Delegate list……………………………………………………17
South West Sound
South West Music Symposium

In April this year Dartington Plus held the second regional music symposium at
Dartington. Newly named South West Sound, this exciting week-long event built
on the successes of last year’s event to support, develop and celebrate the
region’s music and musicians. South West Sound took place at Dartington Hall in
Devon from 25-30 April, aiming to be the definitive music event for people either
working in music in the region or starting a career in music, including musicians,
bands, promoters, agents, programmers, music educators and community

The main aim of the event is to encourage and provide opportunities for the
commercial and education sectors in the region to work creatively as partners to
create new prospects for those working in music in the region, to enrich south
west communities and to improve the region’s economy. The event is part of a
programme aimed at stimulating the growth of music in the South West and
contributing to national debate on current issues within music.

South West Sound has three strands: symposium, workshops and live music.

Each day of the symposium focused on a particular area of music – from Music
Education to Rock, Pop and Dance Music – and started with a keynote speech
from experts and industry giants, including Music Manifesto Champion Marc
Jaffrey, Eden Project founder Tim Smit and Marc Marot, the man who
discovered Pulp, Massive Attack and Lemon Jelly.

Delegates were able to choose from a selection of inspiring presentations and
case studies, including Setting Up Tours & Festivals by Andy Morgan (Festival in
the Desert) and Running an Independent Music Record Company by Andy Ross,
MD of Boss Music. There were frequent opportunities to share ideas, challenges
and solutions with other musicians and industry professionals.

Practical workshops added another layer of learning opportunities to this year’s
event. Workshops included Songwriting Masterclasses, Live Performance
Techniques with My Life Story frontman Jake Shillingford and One-to-One Music
Law Surgeries with music industry solicitor Helen Searle.

The week included headline performances from The Waterboys, Britten Sinfonia,
Gavin Bryars and The New Scorpion Band, with over 40 performances by South
West musicians including Chartwell Dutiro, Seth Lakeman, Totnes Jazz
Collective, The **** Lovers and Stephensons Rocket.
South West Sound attracted 566 delegates to the Symposium element and 210
participants to the new workshop programme, while a total audience of 1855
attended the diverse live music programme both on the Dartington Estate and at
King Edward VI Community College in Totnes.

The South West Sound CD, featuring 13 tracks from bands across the region,
was distributed as a cover mount for the national industry journal Music Week at
the end of March in the build up to the event, distributed to 11,000 contacts
nationally. This CD has resulted in national interest and radio airplay for 2 of the

Delegates feedback was very positive in 2005, with 79% of delegates
categorising the event as ‘excellent’ or ‘very useful’ and 86% suggesting it would
be beneficial for South West Sound to be an annual event.

The event was financially supported by Creative Partnerships, Arts Council
England, Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation, Devon ArtsCulture, PRS
Foundation, Starland, Dartington Recordings and Generator.

Final attendance figures were as follows:

                        Symposium                  Workshops         Live Music
Songwriting wkshop      N/A                        23                N/A
World & Folk            68                         48                321
Community Music         61                         22                160
Jazz & New Music        48 + 80 for AST conf.      16                229
Music Education         110                        58                286
Rock, Pop & Dance       113 + 24 SWMIF meet        N/A               559
Classical               49 + 13 Music UK meet      13                300
Web Presence wkshop     N/A                        49                N/A
TOTALS                  566                        229               1855

"Thank you for including me in South West Sound 2005. The three days I
attended, the people I met and the interactive seminars I took part in were truly
outstanding. The benefits to me as a musician and my work in folk & world
music, community music and the education field are already tangible"
- Ian Smith, The Edge Music Project

"A very useful and thought provoking day. Great networking opportunity. Well
worth the long journey" - Malcolm Pollock, Gloucestershire Music Services

"Best workshop seminar I've attended. Quality of the speakers and their
knowledge and commitment to helping up and coming artists was superb"
- Adrian Heyfron


Gavin Bryars - Keynote
Gavin started his career from an experimental position rare in British music, and has
continued to chart a radical course while attracting an international following.

While reading philosophy at Sheffield University he became a professional jazz bassist
and a pioneer of free improvisation. The lessons of this influenced early works such as
the indeterminately scored The Sinking of the Titanicof 1969 and the classic Jesus’
Blood Never Failed Me Yetof 1971.

A major turning point in his development was the opera Medea, premièred at the Opéra
de Lyon and Opéra de Paris in 1984 in a production directed and designed by Robert
Wilson. He has since written two further operas: Doctor Ox’s Experiment (ENO 1998)
and, G (both with librettist Blake Morrison), commissioned by the Staatstheater Mainz for
the Gutenberg 600th anniversary.
He has produced a large body of chamber music, including 3 string quartets, both for his
own ensemble and for other performers. He has also written extensively for strings as
well as producing concertos for saxophone, bass oboe, violin, viola, cello, double bass
(plus one for jazz bass).

An important feature of his output comes from his collaborations with the visual arts (he
taught for a number of years in art colleges). He has made installations/performances for
the Liverpool Tate Gallery, the Tate St. Ives, the Chateau d’Oiron among others and
worked closely with the late Juan Muñoz.

Gavin has worked for many years with early music performers – Hilliard Ensemble,
Fretwork, Orlando Consort, Trio Mediaeval, Vox Altera – and has embarked on a series
of seven books of madrigals (to date three are finished). He works closely with soprano
Anna Maria Friman and tenor John Potter, who are also members of his own ensemble.

He has worked with a wide range of choreographers and dancers including
Lucinda Child Laurie Booth, William Forsyth, Edouard Lock and Merce Cunningham. He
has collaborated with choreographer Carolyn Carlson on works for the Venice Biennale
(2002) and subsequently.

Gavin’s work is widely recorded - on Incus, ECM, Point, Philips, Argo, Clarinet Classics,
Daphénéo, CBC Records and more recently on his own label GB Records.

Marc Jaffrey - Keynote
In 1997 Marc Jaffrey joined the BBC Education Dept. as project manager for social
action campaigns on TV, radio and online. Between 1999 and 2001 he was project
director of the landmark BBC/Youth Music Instrument Amnesty collecting £1.3 million
worth of unused instruments and redistributing them to education projects. He also
involved over 1,000 schools in the BBC's millennium Music Live festival.
More recently Marc was the Learning Executive for Music, a commissioning executive
role that delivered learning through the music entertainment output of the BBC. Over the
past four years Marc has developed and commissioned a portfolio of critically acclaimed
multi-media music education services aimed at young people, children and families,
including the groundbreaking Radio 1 OneMusic, a comprehensive service for young
people wanting to make it in the music industry; Radio 2's Sold on Song, the first
interactive service for aspiring songwriters and performers; the Proms Out + About
education campaign; and online learning resources to support the ground breaking
Radio 3 children's show Making Tracks.

In November 2004 Marc was appointed as the Government’s Music Manifesto
Champion, responsible for taking forward the development and expansion of music in
the education sector, as described in the 2004 Music Manifesto.

Nod Knowles - Keynote
Born and bred in south London, in his early career Nod Knowles played drums in rock
and R & B bands. Never, by his own admission, a particularly talented musician, he has
worked in the music industry for over 20 years. He has worked in many roles varying
from programme director, festival director to promoter and consultant.

Nod became Head of Music for the Scottish Arts Council in 1998. He has worked with
musicians and organisations to support a wide range of music and in 1999 he helped
steer the traditional music consultation to a successful conclusion and in March 2001 he
launched the Scottish Arts Council‚s policy on Contemporary Popular Music. Nod takes
up the post of Chief Executive for the Bath Festivals Trust in May 2005.

Marc Marot – Keynote
Marot started his career in 1982 as Professional Manager of UK Independent Eaton
Music. Appointed Managing Director of Chris Blackwell’s Blue Mountain Music in 1984,
working with U2 and the Bob Marley catalogue, amongst others. While there Marot had
his first international No. 1 single with “Pump Up the Volume”.
Marot’s publishing signings include, amongst many others, Massive Attack, De La Soul
and Shakespeare’s Sister (Marcy Levy).
Marot was appointed MD Island Records in 1990, the youngest MD in the UK music
industry at that time. He subsequently headed every division of Island.
Artists signed and/or developed by Marot while at Island Records include The
Cranberries, Pulp, PJ Harvey, The Stereo MCs, The Orb, Talvin Singh, Tricky and Nine
Inch Nails.
During Marot’s tenure as Island Records MD, Island artists won the prestigious Mercury
Music “Record of the Year” prize three times, and a total of ten Island albums were
Marot’s A&R protégés include Paul Connolly (now MD and Exec VP Europe for
Universal Music Publishing) and Richard Manners (now MD of Warner/Chappell Music
Marot’s music supervision/A&R credits include ‘Notting Hill’ film soundtrack, which sold
over 4 million copies.
Marot guided U2’s career throughout the 1990’s, from Achtung Baby to negotiating the
New deal including the two “Best Of's", selling over 50 million records in total.
Marot’s Management client Paul Oakenfold’s 2002 recording “Bunkka” sold over
500,000 copies worldwide and won the prestigious Dancestar USA award for Best
Dance Album. The record included the single US/UK Top 10 single “Starry Eyed
Management client Lemon Jelly’s album “Lost Horizons” went gold in the UK, and was
nominated for the Mercury Music Prize and Brit Award as well as numerous design
Management client Oakenfold composed the score for acclaimed film “Swordfish”, and
placed tracks in films including “Bourne Identity”, “Austin Powers: Goldmember” and
“Signs”. He also composed the music for the spectacular chase scene for 2003’s
blockbuster release “Matrix Reloaded”. He is also worked on Shrek 2 and the new
Michael Mann blockbuster “Collateral” starring Tom Cruise.
Marc Marot currently owns and runs Terra Firma Artist Management.

Peter Renshaw - Keynote
Peter is an arts and education consultant with a special interest in institutional change
and continuing professional development. He was formerly Lecturer in Philosophy of
Education at the University of Leeds Institute of Education (1970-75) and Principal of the
Yehudi Menuhin School (1975-84). In 2001 he retired from the Guildhall School of Music
& Drama as Head of Research and Development, where he pioneered the innovative
programme in performance and communication skills (1984-2001). From 1986-1993 he
was Gresham Professor of Music.

His consultancies have included the Irish Government (developing a new Academy for
the Performing Arts), Royal Scottish Academy of Music & Drama, North- Netherlands
Conservatoire, Queensland Conservatorium, Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Banff
Centre for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, the Association of Canadian Orchestras, the
British Council in Tanzania and numerous educational and music organisations in

From 2001-2002 he was Chair of the Steering Group for Creating a Land with Music, a
Youth Music research project on the work, education and training of professional
musicians in the 21st century and from 2001-2003 he was Moderator of the EU Socrates
project, Sound Links, on cultural diversity, mobility and employability in music education.

Most recently, Peter Renshaw has produced a research report, Simply Connect, on Best
Musical Practice in Non-Formal Learning Contexts for The Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s
Musical Futures. He is Adviser to a Research Project in One-to-One Instrumental
Teaching at The Royal Conservatoire The Hague and Adviser to the Research Project in
Lifelong Learning in Music at The North-Netherlands Conservatoire and The Royal
Conservatoire The Hague. He is a non-executive director of the London International
Festival of Theatre, the Centre for Creative Communities, Nuance Music Limited, Share
Music, Accord International and Animarts.

Tim Smit - Keynote
Tim Smit was born in Holland on 25 September 1954. He read Archaeology and
Anthropology at Durham University. Tim worked for ten years in the music industry as
composer/producer in both rock music and opera. In 1987 Tim moved to Cornwall he
and John Nelson together ‘discovered’ and then restored the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
Tim remains a Director of the gardens to the present day.
Tim is Chief Executive and co-founder of the Eden Project near St Austell in Cornwall.
Eden began as a dream in 1995 and opened its doors to the public in 2000, since when
more than 6 million people have come to see what was once a sterile pit turned into a
cradle of life containing world-class horticulture and startling architecture symbolic of
human endeavour. Eden is proud of its success in changing people’s perception of the
potential for and the application of science, by communicating and interpreting scientific
concepts through the use of art, drama and storytelling as well as living up to its mission
to take a pivotal role in local regeneration. It demonstrates once and for all that
sustainability is not about sandals and nut cutlets, it is about good business practice and
the citizenship values of the future.

Tim is a Trustee, Patron and Board Member of a number of statutory and voluntary
bodies both locally and nationally. He has received a variety of national awards including
The Royal Society of Arts Albert Medal. In 2002 he was awarded an Honorary CBE in
the New Years Honours List and he has received Honorary Doctorates and Fellowships
from a number of Universities. Tim has taken part in a quantity of television and radio
programmes and has been the subject of ‘This is Your Life’ and a guest on ‘Desert
Island Discs’. He is a regular speaker at conferences, dinners and other events. Tim is
the author of books about both Heligan and Eden and he has contributed to publications
on a wide variety of subjects. He lives in Fowey, Cornwall and in his free time he enjoys
reading, film, music and art.


Adrian Bossey
Adrian first got involved in the music business as a 16 year old, helping out a nascent
‘Fatboy Slim’ with his mobile disco! He went on to run a mobile disco of his own, then
worked as a club DJ whilst at College and later promoted nightclubs around the UK.
Whilst based in Notting Hill, writing for and promoting the life style “Buzz” magazine,
Adrian discovered ‘Carter the Unstoppable Sex Machine’ in a Hammersmith boozer. He
guided the band to international success, including a UK number one album and
headline performance at the Glastonbury Festival.

Adrian managed artists for 15 years, became company director of Adrian Boss
Promotions Limited and also represented ‘Chumbawumba’, ‘Drugstore’, ‘Katy Puckrick’,
‘Kinesis’, ‘My Life Story’, ‘Satellite’ and ‘The Senseless Things’. During this time, ‘Adrian
Boss Promotions’ clients scored 21 UK top forty singles and 15 UK top forty albums,
touring the World in the process.

Dartington College of Arts has now appointed Adrian as Creative Enterprise Fellow for
Music, to provide specialist music industry advice, in the South West region. He runs the
Dartington Recordings label and is a founder member of the South West Music Industry
Forum. Adrian also works closely with Dartington Plus and recently organised the Music
Industry Day at the inaugural South West Music Symposium.
Matt Booth
Matt became live promoter in Bristol towards the end of 90’s bringing likes of Coldplay,
Travis, Muse, Snow Patrol to appear regularly. He worked as the Music Coordinator of
Ashton Court Festival from 1996 to 1998. Since 1999 he has managed the band Lupine
Howl, setting up a record label through Vital Distribution for the band, running
independent press and radio campaigns with SOW NME, Radio 1 and others and
signing worldwide recording and publishing deals with band. From 2002 until the
present, Matt has run Crazeltown Ltd, a music production and artist management
company based in Bristol.

David Butcher
David has been Chief Executive of Britten Sinfonia since its foundation in 1992. He
produced the first business plan for the orchestra and has overseen the exciting
emergence and development of Britten Sinfonia from humble beginnings to its pre-
eminent position as one of Europe‚s leading orchestras. In particular, as Chief
Executive, David is responsible for the artistic, strategic and financial planning of Britten
Sinfonia. He curates the artistic plans of the orchestra in consultation with the
orchestra‚s artistic and senior management team.

David was brought up in Ross-on-Wye and studied at the University of London
Goldsmith‚s College. He worked at the Academy of St Martin in the Fields from 1986 to
1989 managing the Academy Chorus and the orchestra‚s UK touring dates. From 1989
to 1992 he was General Manager of the National Youth Music Theatre and developed
the NYMT‚s profile overseas with tours to Japan and the USA. Part of his role also
included programming events at the Edinburgh Festival‚s George Square Theatre where
the NYMT was resident during the Festival. Alongside promoting a variety of acts
including Paul Merton, the Mary Whitehouse Experience, the Reduced Shakespeare
Company and Kit and the Widow, he also produced the theatre version of Ned Sherrin‚s
popular BBC Radio 4 talk-show, Loose Ends, and a successful sketch show with Willie
Rushton and Simon Rae.

 In addition to his Britten Sinfonia role, David was elected to the Board of the Association
of British Orchestras and was a Director between 1998 and 2003 with responsibility for
the Education and Chamber Orchestras Managers‚ group. He is an Arts Council
Performance Assessor, a panel member for Arts and Business East and a Board
Member of spmn, promoting new music.

John Culf
German translator and morris dancer / amateur folk promoter (in reverse order by
preference), John's interest in folk originally developed through homesickness whilst
working in Munich, Germany, 1972-1976 after graduating as a linguist, listening to
English folkie Colin Wilkie on Austrian FM Radio and struggling to listen to BBC Folk on
Two on 1500m Long Wave.

Marcus Davey
Marcus Davey studied music at Dartington College of Arts. His teachers included
Anthony Powers, Frank Denyer, Robert Hanson and Michael Evans.
At the age of 21 he took on the role of Administrator of Dartington International Summer
School. In 1995 he went on to become the Artistic Director and Chief Executive of
Norfolk and Norwich Festival. During his four years in Norwich he created a new Dance
Festival , a wide ranging arts education programme, an inter-festival orchestral series
and commissioned more than 60 new works in music, dance and the visual arts.. He
regularly worked with artists from more than 30 countries.

In August 1999 he became the first Chief Executive of the new Roundhouse - a flagship
project in development, aimed at enabling up to 10,000 young people from all
backgrounds to have the opportunity to take part in creative activities and to experience
the Roundhouse as a unique performance venue. For more information about the
Roundhouse, please visit www.roundhouse.org.uk

Marcus has been Chairman of the Board of Trustees for the PRS Foundation since
December 2001. His voluntary positions and memberships have included:
Trustee of Dartington Summer School, Chair of Hackney Youth Orchestras Trust,
Executive Committee member of British Arts Festivals Association, Executive Committee
member Society for the Promotion of New Music, Trustee of Norfolk Dance Agency,
Membership of many Arts Council and Regional Arts Board committees.

Hywel Davies
Hywel is a composer and sonic installation artist. In 2001 he was awarded the George
Butterworth Composition Award for Crespusculum for 11 solo strings. His recent concert
works have been performed in Canada, USA, Sweden, Denmark and the UK, and
include pieces for Kokoro (Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra's new music ensemble).
His installed works include commissions for ArtSway, New Greenham Arts, Bath
International Festval and Year of the Artist. His work has also been shown at the Tate
Gallery Liverpool. He is currently Lead Artist working with Niall McLaughlin architects for
the Arts Council South West Office relocation. Forthcoming works include a new solo
cello piece for Emma Ferrand; a new work for the Trio Alpaca and a new work for piano
duo; and a permanent sonic installation for the redesigned Sevenoaks Library.

Sean Devine

Sean Devine is from a music publishing and management background. Sean first
worked in publishing for Famous Music which is now part of BMG. He then moved to US
performing right organisation, ASCAP for the first time. Sean then moved to be Head of
A&R at V2 Music Publishing, working with artists like Fluke, Grandaddy, Glitterbox, Fuzz
Townshend and Ben Christophers, before leaving to join ASCAP for the second time to
take the position of Senior Director of Membership.

Andy Ellis
Andy has nearly 20 years experience in the Music Industry, most of which has been
spent working with Songwriters and Composers in Music Publishing/A&R roles. Andy
joined PRS in 1999 in a role designed to provide some guidance for those wishing to
embark upon (or further) their careers in Music, as well as acting as a link between the
Music Industry and The Music Alliance (MCPS- PRS). Andy also lectures at Colleges
and Universities around the UK on behalf of the Alliance. Away from PRS Andy acts as
an A&R consultant.

Jan Ford has been involved in the promotion of live music for over twenty years. Her
knowledge of music promoters and audiences across the country is extensive, as are
her strategic marketing, research and training skills. Most recently for EOB she has been
involved in developing promoters‚ capacity to broaden and diversify audiences,
pioneering the concept of Family-Friendly events and working with young people to
produce unique music events with orchestras.

Jennie Hayes
Jennie is one of a small group of people developing a programme of work around some
of the networking and continuing professional development needs of participatory and
community artists in the south west. She is also AHRB Research Fellow in Creative and
Performing Arts at Dartington College of Arts, exploring community based arts practices,
particularly in rural areas.

David Hoskins
David is Director of Openplay, a production company which he established to promote
music and the arts using multimedia. He was previously event manager at City of
London Festival and later the Barbican Centre. Openplay‚s clients include Cheltenham
Jazz Festival, RNCM, Trinity College of Music, CBSO, Borletti Buitoni Trust, Jazz
Services, Scope, and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation.

Derek Kitt
Derek is County Adviser for Music for Cornwall LEA, his principal role is to enable
teachers to teach Music and the Arts to all children. Derek organises the programme of
music education visits to Cornish schools of major ensembles including the
Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, Sewabeats (African Drumming and Dance) and the
Birmingham Royal Ballet. He has conducted the Cornwall County Youth Orchestra in
concerts in the Barbican Concert Hall in London as well as locally in Truro Cathedral.
Derek also works with HMI inspecting music services across England. He is currently
Chair of the National Association of Music Educators and Chair of two major new
initiatives in Cornwall ˆ the Kernow Education Arts Partnership and the Cornwall Youth
Music Action Zone.

Julian was born in Exeter, was educated (?) at Dartington Hall School and the Royal
College of Music, played much sincere and significant jazz and then leapt with gusto and
abandon into song writing and the music business.

Julian is known internationally as co-creator (with Kit Hain) of the 70’s group ‘Marshall
Hain’ who enjoyed the massive international hit ‘Dancing in the City’ in 1978.
He was also a member of ‘The Flying Lizards’ – who scored a top 5 hit with ‘Money’ in
In the 80’s he formed the group ‘Eye to Eye’ with American singer -songwriter Deborah
Berg recording two albums for Warner Brothers produced by Steely Dan producer Gary

In addition, Julian has enjoyed many years running his own highly successful teaching
practise as well as teaching and lecturing in music at Dartington College of Arts,
Plymouth University and elsewhere.

He was a senior A&R man for Polydor Rercords, has produced records and played as a
session musician on both sides of the Atlantic.

He has recently reformed ‘Eye to Eye’ with former partner Deborah Berg and they have
recently completed an album of new songs produced by ‘Roxy Music’ and ‘Talking
Heads’ producer Rhett Davies - due to be released in March 2005.

In 2004 Julian formed Wiggly Lines Creative Management – a company committed to
the development of creative talent across popular music genres. The company will work
with a small roster of artists or bands who have a strong sense of musical style and who
demonstrate outstanding potential as performers and writers. They currently have three
projects in development. He says: “The South West, it seems, is at last being recognised
by the industry at large for the rich diversity of talent that is here. I am thrilled to think
that Wiggly Lines may be able to assist in bringing that talent to a wider world”.

Jim Mawdsley
Jim began his career as a promoter in the deep end. As a 21-year old entertainments
officer at Newcastle Polytechnic, within weeks he was promoting acts of the calibre of
The Ramones and The Damned. 17 years later and he has produced events from 50
capacity pub gigs to 20,000 capacity festivals.

 He is well known for his 10-year stint at world renowned club night Shindig during which
they were awarded Best Underground Club at the prestigious Muzik Awards in 2001. Jim
currently works as Development Manager for Generator in Newcastle and apart from
overseeing the organizations project portfolio he also oversees the national Transit
Promoter Development Scheme and Cumbrio project.

Jim is also a member of the Department of Culture and Sport's Live Music Forum.

Stephen McNeff
Stephen studied composition at the Royal Academy of Music and did post-graduate
research at the University of Exeter. He has composed for opera, music theatre and
drama in the UK, the USA and Canada, was Composer in Residence at the Banff
Centre, and worked with Comus Music Theatre and the Canadian Opera Company. His
music has won awards in Toronto and the Edinburgh Festival, and he has been widely
performed and recorded in the UK and Europe, Singapore, Japan and North America.
His collaborations span a broad range of music making, from the Canadian Brass (and
the New York Philharmonic and Boston Symphony Brass), to the percussion quartet
Ensemble Bash and Joanna MacGregor’s Sound Circus series at the Bridgewater Hall in
Manchester. His music for children is widely played and broadcast, most recently with
the BBC Concert orchestra on Radio 3. Music theatre works have been heard at the
Covent Garden Festival (The Wasteland at the Donmar Warehouse), the Lyric Theatre
Hammersmith (Slump), the Edinburgh Festival (Aesop) and BAC (Passions). Matins for
the Virgin of Guadalupe, written for soprano Patricia Rozario, which was premiered at
Dartington International Summer School and London in 2002, and featured at the
Cheltenham International Festival of Music in 2004.

Recent important developments include McNeff's appointment to the Bournemouth
Symphony Orchestra as their 'Composer in the House' for 2005-2007 seasons, and
continuing work with Royal Opera House Education for a new opera for young people-
based on Michael Morpurgo's Gentle Giant - to be premiered in 2006. In addition,
McNeff has been commissioned by the Philharmonia Orchestra to write a new work for

Andy Morgan
Andy Morgan is co-manager of Saharan rebel poets Tinariwen, freelance music
journalist, writer and researcher and the owner manager of the electronic global music
label Apartment 22. He lives in the English port city of Bristol, home of twisted dub and
trip hop music, extra strong cider and Bristol Rovers. In a long and quixotic career,
Andy has worked as a marketing / promoting / manufacturing / tea-making type of serf
for many many different global music labels and organisations including Cooking Vinyl,
WOMAD, FNAC Music in Paris, Piranha in Berlin and World Circuit. All these
experiences have left Andy wiser and much more confused….simultaneously!
Musically Andy goes for rude electronic beats, especially from North Africa, hip hop,
desert music, anything by Lee Perry and very very old sentimental tango, fado and son.
His other interests are playing old Dyland and Van Morrison tunes on his guitar, growing
vegetables and researching into Bristol’s painful past. Plans and dreams for 2005 –
varoius book projects loosely grouped around the music of North and West Africa, and
world-domination by Tamashek guitars.

Dave Newton
Hooked into the Music Industry by an accidental meeting whilst working at Our Price in
1986, I ended up managing Ride from their beginnings in 1988 through to their split in
1996 (via a route that took in local music journalism and live promoting). Launching
Shifty Disco Records in 1997 through the world's first CD Singles Club gave the label a
platform that it has steadily built on in the 7 years since. Releasing some 120 singles
and 25 albums, reaching all corners of the globe. Plans for 2004 include the launch of a
weekly download MP3 singles club and album releases for Elf Power, The For Reals
and The Unisex.

To pay the bills (because the label doesn't) I'm also a director of two commerical online
businesses (www.oxfordmusic.net and www.wegottickets.com) and I administer the Ride
back catalogue (including the recent Best Of Box Set and catalogue reissues). I also do
publishing royalty auditing (more exciting than it sounds? - well no actually) and I run a
management company that looks after Mark Gardener (former Ride singer).

Adele Nozedar
Adele Nozedar has been owner and manager of Twin Peaks Studios for the last 6 years.
Most recent clients include Babyshambles who are recording their debut album at the
studio, which at nearly 2,500 is one of the highest and most remote in the British Isles.

Prior to building the studio Adele was a founder member of Rhythm King
Records whose artists included S'Express, Bomb the Bass and Betty Boo. Adele also
ran an independent PR company handling PR for, amongst others, Dee-Lite and William
Orbit. After Rhythm King, Adele went on the become General Manager of Arista Records
within the BMG group.

David Price
David is a freelance consultant, specialising in arts education projects. After a career as
a performing musician, he worked extensively in adult, further, higher and community
education. In the 90s he devised the innovative curriculum for Sir Paul McCartney’s
Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, where he served as Director of Learning. Since
becoming a consultant he has worked on many music projects in the UK and abroad –
he helped develop the Youth Music Initiative in Scotland, led projects for conservatories
and national music development agencies, evaluated education projects and is currently
project leader of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s 3-year Musical Futures project. In 2001
he was elected as fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.

David Prior
David Prior is a sound artist and composer. In 2003 David co-founded liminal with
architect Frances Crow. Liminal is a partnership that specialises in architectural sound
art and design and the research, development and creation of sonic spaces.

Before founding liminal, David and Frances worked together on projects that combined
their expertise in architecture and sound and covered the areas of public art works,
education and installation. The areas that liminal have since worked in include: site
specific, spatialised sound installations; sound consultancy and design for architects,
artists and designers and research into relationships between architectural and public
space and sonic art practices.

Gavin Reid
Gavin was born in Edinburgh in 1966 and trained at the Royal Northern College of Music
and Guildhall School of Music and Drama. As a freelance trumpet player and teacher
based in England‚s North West, he developed a strong interest in the development of
orchestral education programmes and continuing professional development.

Gavin was responsible for the rapid development of Manchester Camerata’s highly
regarded education activities, and was also Education Consultant to The Bridgewater
Hall Community Education Trust during the 2002 Commonwealth Games.

Gavin was appointed General Manager of Manchester Camerata in 2002 and is
currently England’s North West Fellow on the Clore Leadership Programme.
David Richardson
During his twenty four years experience in orchestra management, David Richardson
was involved in every aspect of orchestral artistic planning, touring and promoting his
own orchestras, engaging and promoting guest orchestras and managing tours by the
orchestras when hired by other promoters in Britain, Europe, North and South America.
He has managed two chamber orchestras, in the United States and Bournemouth,
where the Bournemouth Sinfonietta served the small towns and rural areas of South
West England.

Rick Rogers
Rick Rogers started his career in the music industry with his own PR company Trigger in
the late 70’s guiding the early campaigns for both Stiff and Chiswick Records. He quickly
expanded in to Management and successfully re-launched The Damned gaining them
their first hit singles and then launched the career of The Specials, taking responsibility
for running Two Tone Records with their astonishing succession of Top Ten hits.
He has since guided the careers of The Fun Boy Three, The Soup Dragons and The
High Fidelity. He also spent time as Marketing Manager of Big Life Records and
masterminded the campaign for De La Soul’s platinum selling debut ‘3 Feet High and
Rising’. He co-founded The Point Management in 1997 and ePark Records in 2000
(which crashed following the events of Sept 11th 2001 when investors withdrew all
funding). In 2002 Rick moved to Torquay where he opened The Hillcroft, Torquay’s first
boutique hotel.

Andy Ross
Having managed his first record shop at 16, Andy Ross returned from university in 1978
with his fledgling punk band in tow to manage record shops for the benefit of the nascent
Our Price Records. Ross had his own indie label (everyone did in those days), South
Circular, and his band Disco Zombies had a top ten indie chart.
After stints as a betting shop proprietor and a tax officer, Ross blended freelance
journalism for Sounds music weekly with the day-to-day running of the infant Food
Records. In 1988, Food signed a pioneering deal with a major label, EMI (a deal which is
still regarded as a template for co-operative arrangements) and the label grew to include
acts such as Voice Of The Beehive, Jesus Jones, Shampoo, Blur and Dubstar.
In 1995 Ross signed the Bluetones to his new publishing company, Archaic Music.
Their debut single enters the charts at 2, their debut album enters at 1; the third band
Ross has achieved number one albums with. Meanwhile The Supernaturals had a top
ten hit with their debut album and their song 'Smile' is nominated for Best Song at the
Ivor Novello awards (Radiohead win!).
In 1997 Ross cropped up in The Mail On Sunday’s Top 50 most influential people in the
music industry! In 2002 Ross closed Food in 2002, after 14 years working in tandem
with EMI, to start Boss Music and he is currently developing artists for records and
Helen Searle
Helen Searle is the joint founding partner of Searles Solicitors, a practice specialising in
intellectual property with a particular emphasis on the music industry. Helen became a
partner at Siefert Sedley Williams in her mid-twenties. During this time Helen
represented such diverse clients as The Prodigy, Seal, Nigel Kennedy and Go Discs.
When that firm closed the vast majority of its entertainment client base followed her to
the new practice.

The firm represents a large number of successful international artists as well as
independent record companies, publishers and distributors. Because of the emphasis on
artist representation, major record companies are only represented at an international
level. An increasing amount of work now comes from media organisations who require
specialist advice on the exploitation of their copyright catalogue and the licensing of
proprietary rights. The recent explosion in brand exploitation and sponsorship has also
let to much new work as has the growth and the improvement of e-commerce. Current
clients in the news include Sonique, Moby, Big Brovaz and Jamiroquai but most records
in the popular music charts involve either an artist, manager, producer or publisher for
whom Helen acts.

Helen has considerable experience in the field of agreements relating to the music
business and regularly lectures on the subject both to industry and university audiences.
She contributes articles currently commissioned to write books on the recording and
publishing industries.

Fiona Stewart
Fiona has been involved in the entertainment, leisure and events industries for twenty
years, starting out in film management and production. After graduating from London
University with a BSc in Psychology she spent many years working in events
management and conferencing for such Government bodies as The Foreign and
Commonwealth Office and the Home Office, as well as several ‘blue-chip’ commercial
clients. In recent years she has concentrated on the management and development of
cutting edge, commercial indoor and outdoor events (clubs, festivals and holidays). She
is currently the only female ‘pop festival’ manager in the United Kingdom. She has
worked with most of the large UK commercial outdoor music events and has developed
and managed a festival on the island of Naxos, Greece. Her current principal client is the
Big Chill festival where she has been the Festival Manager for four years. During this
period she has overseen the expansion of the festival, taking it from a small-scale three-
day festival of 3,500 people in 2000-2001 to a four day 27,000 attendance event with
several international acts in 2004. She is an expert on UK events licensing and has
worked with the Home Office on issues related to large event control and crowd
management. This has included contributing to various papers, guidance documents
and reports including ‘Managing Crowds Safety’ the HSE guide and the Home Office
‘Cities Report’ to demonstrate a new style of event control preferred by licensing groups.
Following the disastrous 2000 Glastonbury event her evaluation of site control and her
resulting recommendations formed part of the special conditions of the successful 2002
Glastonbury licence application. Her other clients include various PR companies,
promoters and government groups. Her expertise covers all aspects of the organisation
and production of outdoor and indoor events, including events in sensitive sites (National
Trust, Sites of Special Scientific Interest etc), community liaison, legal, insurance and
licensing issues, training, developing community involvement, venue finding and liaison,
crowd logistics and security, catering and bars, and site logistics and services. During
Visiting Arts’ 2003 China-UK Placement Training programme, Fiona was shadowed by a
Chinese Arts Manager interested in UK open-air events. As a result of the programme,
she has since been invited to visit China in March 2004 to research the feasibility of
developing two international outdoor festivals in South China, assessing the suitability of
venues and outdoor areas generally with regard to proposed events, and to act as the
Festival Manager to both if they occur. During this visit she instigated the development of
the first Chinese Music Industry Think Tank to support the development of the popular
music industry in China, which is currently being developed, with the support of Visiting
Arts, the British Council and the Commercial Department of the British Embassy in

John Williams
John is the Deputy Director of Music at Wells Cathedral School. He teaches Music and
Music Technology to all age groups at wells, sings; plays piano and saxophone. Former
professional singer; former director of music at the BRIT School; co-author of ŒLet‚s
make medieval music‚ for Stainer and Bell; devised and authored The Virtual Javanese

Wells Cathedral School is a co-ed independent day/boarding school for 4-18 year olds in
rural Somerset. It is unusual in that it is also one of the four Specialist Music Schools
receiving funding directly from the DfES via The Music and Dance Scheme. There are
approximately 90 students attending the school whose primary focus is music, aiming to
pursue a career in professional music.
First Name   Surname          Organisation                                     Email
Julian       Able
Nigel        Adams            Full Time Hobby Records
Polly        Amos             Restormel Arts                                   admin@restormelarts.co.uk
Derek        Amphlett
Isobel       Anderson         Dartington College of Arts                       i.anderson@dartington.ac.uk
Louis        Anderson                                                          louis2@hotmail.co.uk
Will         Angeloro         Frome Festival                                   office@fromefestival.co.uk
Lucy         Annetts          Ivybridge Community College                      icc@ivybridge.devon.sch.uk
Claire       Anstee                                                            ceanstee@hotmail.com
Chris        Aplin
Sarah        Arnaud                                                            sarah.arnaud@dancexchange.org.uk
Sarah        Arnold
Oriana       Ascanio Reale    Dartington College of Arts                       o.ascanio-reale@dartington.ac.uk
David        Ashworth         N.M.M.G.                                         davidashworth@hotmail.com
Mags         Attwell
Jay          Auborn           Deep Blue Sound                                  jay@deepbluesound.co.uk
Andy         Baker            BSO                                              abaker@bsorchestra.co.uk
David        Baker            The Bullets Manager                              thebullets@talk
Janet        Banzaca          Music AST
Sue          Barker           Folk South West
Kelly        Barr
Simon        Barron           Folk artist                                      simon.barron@virgin.net
Matt         Bartlett
Lisa         Barwise
Anna         Batson           Soundworks
Martin       Bax              Frome Festival                                   office@fromefestival.co.uk
Alicia       Beckett          Dartington International Summer School           info@dartingtonsummerschool.org.uk
Thomas       Begbie           Dartington College of Arts                       tombegbie@warpmail.net
Marie        Belsten          Crediton Rural Arts & Music Project              mbelsten@blueyonder.co.uk
Sarah        Benians          Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation   s.benians@dartington.ac.uk
Joe          Bennet           Bath Spa University
Frances      Bennett          Cumpas Ltd                                       simonfrances@aol.com
Pete         Bernard
Oliver       Berry            The Big Picture
Jill         Bird             Dartington Plus                                  j.bird@dartingtonplus.org.uk
Chester      Biscardi                                                          biscardi@sic.adu
Mijanou      Blech            REMIX                                            mijanou_blech@bristol-city.gov.uk
Alan         Boldon           Dartington College of Arts
Matt         Booth            Crazeltown Ltd
Adrian       Bossey           Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation   a.bossey@dartington.ac.uk
Hilary       Boulding         Arts Council England                             rowan-jarvis@artscouncil.org.uk
Colin        Brackley Jones   Federation of Music Services                     colinbj@federationmusic.org.uk
Rosalind     Brady                                                             simon.barron2@virgin.net
Cheryl       Brake            Music AST
Jennifer     Brand                                                             curlyjen2002@hotmail.com
Alan         Bray
Liam         Brennan          Beat That Promotions
Michelle     Broadbent        Deep Blue Sound
Dan         Broadley       Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Moragh      Brooksbank     Arts Council England SW
Leo         Brown          Mojo Studios
Lyn         Brown          Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation   l.brown@dartington.ac.uk
Gavin       Bryars                                                          gavwedge@gavinbryars.com
Kimberly    Buikema        Dartington College of Arts                       kimbuikema@yahoo.com
Adrian      Bull
Matt        Bullen         Deep Blue Sound                                  studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Basil       Bunelik        Piaffinitee                                      1world@clara.co.uk
Faith       Burch                                                           faithburch@hotmail.com
Alan        Burgess        Frome Festival
Philip      Burley         Zebedees Youth Project                           zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Andrew      Burn           Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra                   aburn@bsorchestra.co.uk
David       Butcher        Britten Sinfonia                                 david@brittensinfonia.co.uk
Matthew     Byrne
Jackie      Calderwood     Wiltshire YPAA
Kirsty      Carter         Youth Music                                      kirstycarter@aol.com
Catherine   Carter Tyler   SaMS
Mark        Claxton
Paula       Cloonan
Richard     Cobb           Bond Pearce                                      richard.cobb&bondpearce.com
Ben         Cole           Youth Music                                      ben.cole@youthmusic.org.uk
Hilary      Coleman        CUMPAS Ltd                                       dalla_kernow@hotmail.com
Jackie      Coles          Bidwell Brook School
Sarah       Collick        Bath Festivals Trust                             sarah.collick@bathfestival.org.uk
Tony        Conway
Tony        Cooke          SCREAM Promotions
Jo          Cooke          Music AST
Joella      Cooper                                                          joellacooper@hotmail.com
John        Cooper         Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
SJ          Cooper
Dan         Coxon          Devon Artsculture                                d.coxon@dartingtonplus.org.uk
Marc        Cragg
Allyson     Craigan        Music AST
Peter       Crispin        Department of Lifelong Learning                  peter.crispin@plymouth.gov.uk
Sam         Cross
Dave        Cross          Generator
John        Culf           Harberton Folk                                   johnculf@harbertondevon.co.uk
John        Cumming        Serious                                          john@serious.org.uk
Patrick     Cunningham     Exeter Phoenix                                   director@exeterphoenix.co.uk
Marcus      Davey          The Roundhouse                                   marcus@roundhouse.org.uk
Oliver      Davey          Devon Music Service                              oliver.davey@devon.gov.uk
Hywel       Davies
Gareth      Davies         Devonport High School                            gdavies@devonportgirls.plymouth.sch.uk
Sidney      Davis          Dartington College of Arts                       daviss16@mac.com
Steevie     Daw            The **** Lovers                                  steevis@hotmail.com
Harry       Dawson
Tom         Deam           Devon Music Service                              tom.deam@devon.gov.uk
Lindsey     Dear           Bath Festivals Trust                             info@bathfestivals.org.uk
Sarah       Deere-Jones                                          sarah@trehawsa.com
Antonia     Delmar                                               tonidartington@hotmail.com
Sarah       Derbyshire    Live Music Now                         sarah@sld6.demon.co.uk
Sean        Devine
Ian         Dickinson     Music AST
Matthew     Donatelli     Dartington College of Arts             m.donatelli@dartington.ac.uk
Lynn        Dowson        Arts Council England S.W.              lynn.dowson@artscouncil.org.uk
            DRUM          Rock On Music Workshops                drum@rockonuk.com
James       Dumbelton     Spyka                                  j.dumbelton@dartington.ac.uk
Lerato      Dunn          Arts Service                           lerato_dunn@bristol-city.gov.uk
Chartwell   Dutiro        Spirit Talk Mbira                      chartwell@ingoma.co.uk
Vic         Ecclestone    Colston Hall                           vic_eccleston@bristol-city.gov.uk
Lindsay     Eddy          Music AST
Alan        Eden          Leg Up Ltd
Ben         Edwards       Klektivo Ensemble                      ali.smith@livemusicnow.org
Saul        Eisenberg     Klektivo Ensemble
Andy        Ellis
Drew        Ellison
Tish        England       Biz-r                                  tish@biz-r.co.uk
Dave        Eringa
Ellis       Evans                                                ellis.evans@virgin.net
Leo         Feigin
Kenji       Fenton
Clare       Fisher        Beaford Arts                           clare@beaford-arts.co.uk
Cherry      Forbes        Orcestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Jan         Ford          Eastern Orchestral Board               jan@eob.org.uk
Paul        Fordham
Ben         Foster        Livewire
James       Foster        Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Helen       Fraser        Music AST
Nina        Frewer        Plymstock School                       nfrewer@plymstockschool.org.uk
Harry       Fulcher                                              harry@limbicsystem.net
Martin      Fulker        Dorset Music Service                   dorsetmusicservice@dorsetcc.gov.uk
Adam        Furneaux      King Edward VI Community College
Rebecca     Garland                                              garlandreb@aol.com
Roma        Gee           Music AST
Debbie      Geraghty      Plymouth Music Zone                    debbie@themusiczone.org.uk
Bethan      Gill          Music AST
Howard      Goff          Ashburton Community Singers
Kirsten     Graham        Music AST
Paul        Gray          Musicians' Union                       paul.gray@musiciansunion.org.uk
Jimmy       Green
Simon       Gregg         Muffinfunk Sound                       simongregg@tiscali.co.uk
Nicolas     Grew
Matt        Griffiths     Dartington Plus                        m.griffiths@dartingtonplus.org.uk
Rachel      Griffiths     Music AST
Giedrius    Gulbinas
Moira       Gutteridge    Music AST
Jacqui      Haigh         Scout Enterprises (Western) Ltd        ndfm_molp@hotmail.com
David            Haines                                                puzjig@aol.com
Mike             Halfgard
Hilary           Hall          Ivybridge Community College             icc@ivybridge.devon.sch.uk
Dan              Hamlyn        Beat That Promotions
Kayte            Harding       The Shout
Jonathan         Harper        Colston Hall                            jonathan-harper@bristol-city.gov.uk
Emma             Harris
Steve            Harris        Soundstorm                              s/j/harris@dorsetcc.gov.uk
Belinda          Harris Reid
Nell             Harrison      Dartington Plus                         n.harrison@dartington.ac.uk
Jeb              Hawkins
Jennie           Hayes         South West Participatory Arts Network
Tony             Hazzard
Alexandra Lois   Heath                                                 blood-sugar-controll@hotmail.co.uk
Luke             Hedges        Deep Blue Sound                         studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Tom              Henderson     Beat That Promotions
Sarah            Hennessy      University of Exeter
Martin           Henning                                               m.henning@talk21.com
Adrian           Heyfron                                               me@adrianheyfron.co.uk
Richard          Higgz
Tracy            Hill          Live Music Now! SW                      tracy.hill@livemusicnow.org
Emily            Hinkley
Nicola           Hitchcock                                             nicola@nicolahitchcock.com
Tor              Hodgson       RECO                                    toretz@hotmail.com
Lee              Holder        REMIX                                   lee@wasp-factory.com
Martin           Holland
Jeremy           Holloway      Dartington College of Arts              jdholloway@btinternet.com
Lisa             Holloway      Brighton Music Network                  lisa.holloway@brightonmusic.net
Carron           Holmes        Beaford Arts                            carron@beaford-arts.co.uk
Susie            Honnor        Priory High School                      susiehonnor@clara.co.uk
David            Hoskins       Openplay                                david@openplay.co.uk
Jayne            Houghton      Press Counsel
Iain             Houston       Sherborne Jazz                          heplaysjazz@btopenworld.com
Graeme           Howell        Colston Hall                            graeme_howell@bristol-city.gov.uk
Kevin            Howlett       Maidenhill School                       ksh@maidenhill.gloucs.sch.uk
Michelle         Hughes        Music AST
Linda            Hughes JP     Chairman - New Devon Opera              hugheslinda@lineone.net
Amanda           Humphry       Music AST
Katrina          Hurford       Dartington Plus                         k.hurford@dartingtonarts.org.uk
Erica            Iji           Deep Blue Sound                         ericaiji@hotmail.com
Dani             Illic         Restormel Arts                          admin@restormelarts.co.uk
Michael          Isaac
Tony             Ives          Plymouth Music Zone
Stephen          Ives          PVA Media Lab                           stephen@pva.org.uk
Darryl           Jaffray       The Royal Opera House
Marc             Jaffrey       Music Manifesto Champion
Oli              James         Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative        rob@pmc.uk.net
Alan             James         Arts Council England                    alan.james@artscouncil.org.uk
Viram            Jasani        Asian Music Circuit
Adam           Jeanes           Visiting Arts
Diana          Johnson                                                  diana@elmley.com
Ryan           Jones            The Hitchcok Rules                      hitchcockrules@hotmail.com
Harry          Jones            Beat That Promotions
AJ             Jones            The Hitchcock Rules
Karen          Jones            Music AST
Wesley         Jones                                                    cheechwizard32@hotmail.com
Marianne       Jose
Maria          Kamba
Isolde         Kanikani
Emily          Keeler           Music AST
Ryan           Keen             King Edward VI Community College        rkeen101@yahoo.co.uk
Paul           Kelly            Plymouth City Council                   paul.kelly@plymouth.gov.uk
Debbie         Kent             Devon Music Service                     debbie.kent@devon.gov.uk
Tom            Kerswill                                                 info@tomkerswill.co.uk
Nicholas       Keyworth         The Pound Arts Centre                   thepound.artscentre@virgin.net
Debbie         Kidd Marks
John           Kieffer          British Council                         john.kieffer@britishcouncil.org
Chris          Killock          King Edward Vi Community College
Andrew         Kinder
Jenny          Kinder
Isobel         King             CYMAZ                                   isobelk@hallforcornwall.org.uk
Gabrielle      Kirby            Kagemusha Taiko                         gabrielle@kagemusha.com
Benji          Kirkpatrick      Live Music Now! SW
Derek          Kitt             Cornwall LEA
Emma           Knight           Beat That Promotions
Richard        Knight           Music AST
Nod            Knowles          Bath Festivals Trust
Simon          Kohli            Asian Arts Agency                       enquiry@asianartsagency.fsnet.co.uk
Philip         Korthals         Klay                                    philip_korthals@hotmail.com
Patsy          Lang             Live Music Now! SW                      patsy.smith@livemusicnow.org
Becca          Laurence                                                 becca@sonicpostcards.org
Robert         Legg             Music AST
Robert         Legg             Music AST
Maureen        Lehane Wishart   Jackdaws Music Trust
Nicola         Lewis            Music AST
Claire Marie   Ley              Dartington College of Arts
Ralph          Lister           Take Art Ltd                            art@takeart.org
Margaret       Litherland       Music AST
Jane           Lopresti                                                 jane@lopresti.fsworld.co.uk
Richard        Lumley           Callington Community College            ricklumley@aol.com
Luke           Lundin           Soundworks
Florence       MacDonald        Zebedees Youth Project                  zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Timo           Makela           Dartington College of Arts              t.makela@dartington.ac.uk
Tomas          Malanavicius     Dartington College of Arts
Kai            Mannion
Marshall       Marcus           Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment
Steve          Margiotta        Music AST
Marc           Marot            Terra Firma Management
Chris        Marshall       Birmingham Conservatoire
Julian       Marshall       Wiggly Lines
Lucinda      Martinez
Geoffrey     Massingham                                                 geoff@guitarra.fsnet.co.uk
Heidi        Matero         Dartington College of Arts
Kathryn      Matthews       Music AST
Nicky        Matthews       Dartington College of Arts                  n.matthews@dartington.ac.uk
Adam         Maughan        PMC Studios Ltd                             info@pmc-uk.net
Jim          Mawdsley       Generator
Neil         Maya           Ivybridge Community College                 icc@ivybridge.devon.sch.uk
Sam          McCaffrey      Dartington Plus                             .uk
Elizabeth    McCartney      Music AST
Andrew       McDonald       Deep Blue Sound                             studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Blair        McDonald       Nettwerk One Music Ltd
Luke         McGowan                                                    lukemcgowanmca@hotmail.com
Andrew       McKenzie       Arts Council England, London                andrew.mckenzie@artscouncil.org.uk
James        McNaughton     South West RDA                              james.mcnaughton@southwestrda.org.uk
Stephen      McNeff         Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
Annie        Menter         WOMAD                                       annie.menter@womad.org
Karl         Meyer          Plymouth Music Zone Ltd                     karl@themusiczone.org.uk
Isabel       Meyrick                                                    isabel.merrick@virgin.net
Carina       Miles          Zebedees Youth Project                      zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Hilary       Miles          Music AST
Derek        Mill           Music AST
Rachel       Miller         SaMS                                        rachelmiller@onetel.com
Ambrose      Miller         European Union Chamber Orchestra            eucorch1@aol.com
Jessica      Miller         KEVICC                                      jessie.miller@blueyonder.co.uk
Rachel       Millman        Dorset County council                       rslflute@hotmail.com
Barrie       Mills          Lifelong Learning - Plymouth City Council   bmills@lipson.plymouth.sch.uk
Pete         Minall         Frome Festival                              office@fromefestival.co.uk
Nazneen      Momen          Academy Music Group                         nazneen@academy-music-group.co.uk
Chris        Money          Second Step Bristol, APMT                   chrismoney@supanet.com
Nick         Moore
George       Moorey         Bristol & Gloucester YMAZ                   george@moorey.plus.com
Steve        Morgan                                                     morgansongs@hotmail.com
Andy         Morgan         Appartment 22
Clare        Mortimore      Dartington College of Arts                  c.mortimore@dartington.ac.uk
Adam         Morton         Rock On Music Workshops                     adam@kissmyart.com
Chris        Muirhead
Shane        Mullen         Dartington College of Arts
Dhevdhas     Nair
Dororthy     Nancekievill   Wells Cathedral School
Kamaljit     Nandra         Dorset County Council
Stephen      Navin          DCMS                                        stephen.navin@culture.gsi.gov.uk
Rosie        Newey          Virgin Mobile                               rosie.newey@virginmobile.com
Diane        Ngo            Serious                                     diann@serious.org.uk
Mary Bride   Nicholson
Zachary      Nolan-Green                                                kasha_goldberg@yahoo.co.uk
Adele      Nozedar        Twin Peak Studios
James      Oecken
Caroline   O'Flaherty     Music AST
Gaynor     O'Flynn        BEINGHUMAN LTD                   gaynor@beinghuman.com
Kamya      O'Keeffe       Dartington Plus                  k.okeeffe@dartingtonarts.org.uk
Steve      Osman
Laura      Pace
Paul       Painter        Devon Music Service              paul.painter@devon.gov.uk
Kelly      Pannel
Ken        Parr           Devon Music Service              ken.parr@devon.gov.uk
Mark       Pascall
Julia      Payne          The Hub                          julia@thehubuk.com
Celeste    Peachey
Mike       Peake          Frome Festival                   office@fromefestival.co.uk
Vaughan    Pearce         Show of Hands
Fiona      Pendreigh      Devon Curriculum Services        fiona.pendreigh@devon.gov.uk
Abner      Perez-Marin
Richard    Perkins
David      Perrett        Music AST
Jim        Peters         Soundgallery Music Development   mail@sglaptop.fsnet.co.uk
Emma       Peters
Ben        Philcox        Deep Blue Sound                  studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Louise     Piper
Clayton    Planter
Doff       Pollard        Teignbridge Council
Malcolm    Pollock        Gloucester Music Service
Sarah      Poole          Music AST
Caroline   Powell-Brett   Music AST
Brett      Pracownik      South West Gig Guide             pracownik@hotmail.com
Daniel     Prados         Music AST
Carl       Pratt          Band Manager
Paul       Preager        Colston Hall                     paul_preager@bristol-city.gov.uk
Gwyn       Price          Plymouth LEA                     dprice@eggbuckland.com
David      Price          The Paul Hamlyn Foundation       daveprice@blueyonder.co.uk
Linnie     Price          Research in Practice             www.rip.org.uk
David      Prior          Dartington College of Arts       david@liminal.org.uk
Kelli      Purnell
Louise     Ramsay
Andy       Rance          Livewire
Barnaby    Ray
Derek      Reed           Duchy Opera
Sven       Rees           Music AST
Gavin      Reid           Manchester Camerata              greid@manchestercamerata.com
Ian        Reid           Music AST
Peter      Renshaw        Arts Consultant                  prenshaw36@hotmail.com
David      Richardson     Eastern Orchestral Board
Sue        Richardson     North Cornwall Arts              info@ncarts.org.uk
Lewis      Riley          SaMS
Lara       Riley          Dartington Plus                  l.riley@dartingtonarts.org.uk
           Ritchie          The Hitchcock Rules
Steve      Rogan            Virgin Mobile                  steve.rogan@virginmobile.com
Steve      Rogers           Feet Productions               steve@feetproductions.co.uk
Pamela     Rogers                                          pamela@rogers6920.freeserve.co.uk
Rick       Rogers           Artist Manager
Andy       Ross             Boss Music
Alex       Roth             Dartington College of Arts
Kate       Round            Dartington Plus                k.round@dartingtonplus.org.uk
Stevie     Rowan Parker     Livewire
Dave       Rudge
Gilly      Rudling          Youth Music                    gillyymrudling@aol.com
Jane       Rusch            Music AST
Griselda   Sanderson        Dartington College of Arts     gris_sanderson@hotmail.com
Paul       Sartin           Live Music Now! SW
Rosemary   Schonfield
Rosanna    Schura           artist
Helen      Searle           Searles Law
Paul       Seckel           Dartington College of Arts     p.seckel@dartington.ac.uk
Fergal     Sharkey          Live Music Forum
Rachel     Shepherd         Zebedees Youth Project         zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Helen      Sheppard                                        info@helensheppard.com
Jake       Shillingford     My Life Story
Dai        Simpson          Mighty Atom Records
Nancy      Sinclair         Aune Head Arts
Aidan      Sinclair
Rebecka    Slater Lyons     Beat That Promotions
Tim        Smit             Eden Project
Dawson     Smith
Jory       Smith                                           jorysmith@latchley.wanadoo.co.uk
Ian        Smith                                           ian@quintessence.sagehost.co.uk
Ali        Smith            Live Music Now! SW             ali.smith@livemusicnow.org
Liam       Smith            Sawmills
Eppie      Snell
John       Snell            Music AST
Colin      Spencer          Rock On Music Workshops        musicroom@beeb.net
Colin      Spencer Halsey
Diana      Spiegelberg      Serious                        diane@serious.org.uk
Phil       Spur             Soundhouse                     info@soundhouse.co.uk
Esther     Squibb           Music AST
Andrew     Stamatakis-Brown 6Pac Jazz Sextet               andy@6paconline.com
Polly      Staple           Dartington College of Arts     p.staple@dartington.ac.uk
Sarah      Starkie          Dartington College of Arts     daniellastarkie@yahoo.co.uk
Peter      Stedman          Callington Community College   trevadlock9@yahoo.co.uk
Caroline   Stephenson       JPKidz                         caroline@jbkidz.co.uk
Simon      Stevens                                         simon@stevens1966.fsnet.co.uk
Paul       Stevenson
Andy       Stewart          Bristol & Gloucester YMAZ      andy@remix-music.org.uk
Fiona      Stewart          Fiona Stewart Associates
Inge       Stomiene         Dartington College of Arts
David       Sulkin         Youth Music                        david.sulkin@youthmusic.org.uk
Dave        Summers        Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative   dave@pmc-uk.net
John        Summers        Halle Orchestra                    rowan-jarvis@artscouncil.org.uk
Marie       Taylor         Music AST
Julia       Thomas
Lindsay     Thomas         Music AST
Katie       Thompson                                          katie@motiongrafik.com
Dan         Thompson       Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Blair       Thomson        Biz-r                              blair@biz-r.co.uk
Andrew      Thorne
Jason       Thornton       Frome Festival/Bath Philharmonia   office@fromefestival.co.uk
Alison      Tickell        Creative and Cultural Skills       al.tickell@ccskills.org.uk
Alexandra   Tomkinson      Wiltshire Music Centre             uk
Philippa    Toulson        Folk South West                    philippa@folksw.org.uk
Glen        Tout
Brent       Treloar
Richard     Trethewey      Zebedees Youth Project             zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Mark        Trewin         Plymouth Music Zone                mark@themusiczone.org.uk
Tom         Trudgeon       Zebedees Youth Project             zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Chris       Trundle        Deep Blue Sound                    greendaytrish@hotmail.com
Nick        Trussler       Deep Blue Sound Ltd                nick@deepbluesound.co.uk
Desmond     Tse            Dartington College of Arts
Dean        Turner         Deep Blue Sound                    studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Mark        Turner         Maxximus Management
Jeremy      Tyndall        Cheltenham Festival                jeremy.tyndall@tesco.net
Matthew     Tyrell         Music Week
Tom         Unwin          Invisible World Productions        tunwin@yahoo.com
Eddie       Upton          Folk South West                    eddie@folksw.org.uk
Bernie      Valentine
Sonny       van Loef       Zebedees Youth Project             zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Ben         van Weede      Devon Music Service                ben.van-weede@devon.gov.uk
Henry       Vaughan        Livewire
Maurizio    Velez          Klektivo
Roger       Viles          Plymouth Music Accord              roger.viles@ic24.net
Matthew     Vowels                                            m.vowels@btinternet.com
Roz         Walker         Global Harmony                     rozwalker@hotmail.co.uk
Martin      Walsh
Jonathan    Walton         Music AST
Tom         Ward           Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
John        Ward           Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Matt        Ward
Chris       Warner         CYMAZ                              cwarner@cornwall.gov.uk
Martyn      Warren                                            voces@blueyonder.co.uk
Lisa        Warren Clark   Beaford Arts                       lisa@beaford-arts.co.uk
Katie       Watson         Zebedees Youth Project             zebs_staff@btconnect.com
Janet       Watson         Live Music Now! SW
Tim         Weaver         Deep Blue Sound                    studio@deepbluesound.co.uk
Henry       Weaver         Dartington College of Arts         henryweaver@hotmail.co.uk
Phil       Webb           Restormel Arts                                   phil@restormelarts.co.uk
Lysann     Weber          Dartington College of Arts                       l.weber@dartington.ac.uk
Gillian    Webster                                                         gillianwebster@macunlimited.net
Tim        Webster        Indulge
Richard    Wells          Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation
Valerie    Weston         Music AST
Joe        Wheba                                                           sueray@joefreya.freeserve.co.uk
Rob        Wheeler        South Hams Radio
Victoria   Whelan         Blue in Green Studios                            info@mightymicemusic.com
Adam       Wherly         Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Rob        White          Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Tim        Whitehead      Jazz Musician
Tony       Whitehead      RSPB
Richard    Whitelaw       Sonic Arts Network                               richard@sonicartsnetwork.org
Steven     Whitty         Livewire
Trevor     Wiggins        Dartington College of Arts
Bryce      Wilby          Rock On Music Workshop
Frank      Wilkes                                                          frank@hostleeds.com
Jeff       Williams                                                        geoffsvault@hotmail.com
John D     Williams       Wells Cathedral School
Joe        Williams       REMIX
Ross       Williams       Plymouth Musicians' Co-operative
Paul       Wilson         Wren Trust
Niki       Wilson         Centre for Creative Enterprise & Participation   n.brown@dartington.ac.uk
Teazel     Wilson-Deane                                                    pychadelicpenguins@msn.com
Peter      Wintercrane    BIGTOPMANIA                                      peteza@madasafish.com
Derek      Wood                                                            derek.wood@btinternet.com
Nicky      Wood           Restormel Arts                                   nicky@restormelarts.co.uk
Janet      Wright         Ivybridge Community College                      icc@ivybridge.devon.sch.uk
Karen      Yair           Culture South West                               karen.yair@southwestrda.org.uk
Dan                       Beat That Promotions
Jack                      Beat That Promotions

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