Ivor Gurney Society Newsletter
Michael Pugh has written a report on High Above Gloucester and the Severn Plain, an event organised by The Musical Brain in collaboration with the Ivor Gurney Society, which took place on 14-15 September 2018. This report is featured in the latest edition of the Ivor Gurney Society Newsletter, on pages 7-10.
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Looking forward — can you help?
From The Musical Brain’s foundation in 2010, until her retirement at the end of 2017, Hilary Bartlett
was at the helm of the organisation as Trust Secretary and Director. We were extremely sorry to
lose Hilary, and have not yet found a replacement. The Musical Brain would therefore welcome
enquiries from individuals interested in taking on the role of Director. We would also welcome
contact from those who may be interested in designing and implementing an event or conference
that could be appropriately hosted under the banner of The Musical Brain. It may be that instead
of finding a permanent Director, we host a variety of ‘curators’, who plan and put into practice
individual events. We are happy to consider proposals that may involve changes to our
The Musical Brain has no financial reserves; activities are supported by ticket sales, grants and
donations. Funds to cover fees or salary for a new Director would have to be raised (our previous
Director worked in a voluntary capacity). Joining The Musical Brain team would be a fascinating
opportunity for someone with a passionate interest in the arts and sciences, relevant experience
and vision. Living in or close to London would be preferable but not necessarily essential.
If you are interested please email our trustees: firstname.lastname@example.org
- To bring together the worlds of science and the arts
- To advance understanding of the value of music and other art forms to the mind, brain and body
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