Hannah Millington, Library Coordinator | email@example.com
Evonne Ferguson, Director
Jonathan Grimes, Head of Content
Keith Fennell, Production Coordinator
Working with CMC’s director, he also coordinates two large scale composer professional development programmes: Composer Lab in partnership with the National Symphony Orchestra and Choral Sketches in partnership with Chamber Choir Ireland.
Keith is trained in the use of various software programs such as Pix Edit (specialist document/image editing software), Logic Pro, Pro Tools, Ableton Live and Sibelius (Music notation software).
Mary Greene, Finance and Operations Coordinator
Mary joined CMC in 2014 and prior to that had over 15 years experience working with the major music label EMI. She manages the day to day Administrative, Financial and Sales operations of CMC. Mary works closely with the Director across a range of operational functions with a focus on health and safety, facilities, and compliance. Her role also includes updating of the highly valued `Opportunities` for composers section on the CMC website.
Meabh Noonan, Communications & Marketing Coordinator
Meabh graduated from the University of Dublin, Trinity College with a BA in History of Art and Architecture with French in 2016. She was awarded a postgraduate diploma in Digital Content Creation from the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire in 2021. Since 2016, she has worked for arts organisations including the Irish Architecture Foundation, Trinity College Dublin Art Collection & the Schoolhouse for Art, Enniskerry in a variety of roles covering the areas of administration, social media management, digital marketing and project coordination.
Meabh is responsible for the coordination of CMC’s communications which includes the dissemination and promotion of CMC’s services, projects and events, and events and projects related to CMC-represented composers. Other responsibilities include updating event listings on the CMC website.
Anna Murray, Project Manager & Artist Liaison / Executive Manager - International Association of Music Centres (PT)
Anna Murray is a composer and arts manager. She has M.Phil in Music and Media Technologies from Trinity College Dublin, and was a Japanese Government MEXT Research Scholar studying Noh Theatre at Tokyo University of the Arts (Geidai) 2019-2021. She specialises in mixed-media and experimental music. She is Director of her own company Anna Murray Music Management Ltd (with clients including Quiet Music Ensemble, The Art of Collaboration and more), and co-Director of Capacity Arts Consulting. She also teaches global communications and leadership development skills to professionals in Japan, and is a former music writer and online magazine editor with The Journal of Music.
Anna is the Executive Manager of the international networking and knowledge-sharing organisation International Association of Music Centres (IAMIC), the Administrative Office of which is currently hosted by the Contemporary Music Centre. She manages a number of projects for CMC, including: New Music Dublin eXchange networking programme, taking place at the New Music Dublin Festival each year; Sparky Conversations, a monthly online discussion event aimed at the new music community; and the Contemporary Artist Network, a developing project that supports collaboration and creation for new music artists.
Stephanie Ford, Activity Support Coordinator (PT)
Stephanie oversees various strands of CMC’s professional development programmes, CMC’s bi-annual Emerging Composer programme and composer commissions. She also contributes to research and reporting activities. Stephanie works with other members of the CMC team on project management and coordination, including New Music Dublin eXchange, CMC’s flagship networking programme at the New Music Dublin festival.
Stephanie has experience in project management, creative production, programme development, and research within the arts and education sectors. She has previously worked with CMC as Information and Communications Coordinator, with the Arts Council of Ireland coordinating their national 70th-anniversary programme and with Siamsa Tíre, the National Folk Theatre of Ireland on the development of their 2022 artistic programme. She has also taught music at undergraduate and postgraduate level at Maynooth University and the University of Galway.
Hannah Millington – Library Coordinator (PT)
Hannah is in the final stages of her PhD in Music at Dublin City University, which looks at the early vocal and choral works of Dame Ethel Smyth (1858–1944) from a biographical perspective. Prior to moving to Dublin in 2019, Hannah completed degrees in Music at Keele University (B. A. Hons) and Oxford Brookes University (MA) and qualified as a secondary school teacher.
Through her role as the Student Representative of the Society for Musicology in Ireland she has gained experience in conference organisation and administration. In 2022, she was the Project Manager for the Fidelio Trio Winter Chamber Music Festival.
Hannah’s role as Library Coordinator includes cataloguing and managing CMC's collections, communications with CMC-represented composers, conductors and performers, coordinating library visits and curating monthly e-shots. She has a keen interest in composer biographies, women’s musical networks, and the preservation of ephemera.