Rebecca Dawson | General Manager 01865 242865 | firstname.lastname@example.org Rebecca studied Music at the University of Bristol, after which she worked at the University of London and English National Ballet School, before becoming a music publisher as Head of Promotion at Universal Edition. She later joined Oxford University Press as Head of Repertoire Promotion, before taking on the role of CEO and Artistic Director at Edition-S in Copenhagen. As Music at Oxford’s General Manager, she has responsibility for the strategic, financial and logistical management of the charity. Rebecca is particularly interested in contemporary music, modernist art, and theatre. Alison Giles | Artistic Planning email@example.com Alison has put together Music at Oxford’s artistic programme since 2010. After studying at the Royal Academy of Music, she went on to work as a freelance musician before joining the management team at English National Opera. After leaving London, she spent ten years heading up the management of The Sixteen before returning to freelance work in arts management and fundraising. Current roles in her busy work schedule include production of the Presteigne Festival, and fundraising contracts with a number of heritage and arts clients. Rebecca Ritchie-Timms | Box Office & Marketing Manager 01865 244806 | firstname.lastname@example.org Becca studied Arts Management and Business at Oxford Brookes University. Prior to working full-time for MaO, Becca worked for a variety of events, festivals and arts organisations specialising in events marketing. She also has a background in event production and concert management. Alongside her main roles at MaO, Becca works closely with Rebecca on the day-to-day operations. In her spare time Becca has a strong interest in European folk music & dance, art and travel. Camilla Scarlett | Artists & Venues email@example.com Camilla read Music at Magdalen College, Oxford before taking postgraduate studies in violin and baroque violin at the Royal Academy of Music. She was a member of the European Union Baroque Orchestra and has since performed with the UK’s leading period instrument orchestras alongside a portfolio career in arts management. Camilla is General Manager of La Serenissima, the UK’s leading interpreters of Venetian and related repertoire, with whom she also plays Principal Second Violin. Having worked as a freelancer for Music at Oxford for more than 15 years, she now oversees logistical arrangements for the season’s concerts and programme production.