The Contemporary Music Centre appoints new board member, Gavin O’Sullivan
Dublin born, Gavin O’Sullivan has been appointed as a new Board member to the Contemporary Music Centre. Evonne Ferguson, Director, The Contemporary Music Centre, current Board members and staff of the Centre are delighted with this appointment and warmly welcome Gavin to the board.
“I am delighted that Gavin has joined the Board of the Contemporary Music Centre. He brings to the board a wealth of expertise in the promotion of new music at home and abroad" says Evonne Ferguson, Director, The Contemporary Music Centre.
Since 1995Gavin has been Director of the Sundays at Noon Concert Series at Dublin City Gallery The Hugh Lane which is recognised for its support and promotion of both contemporary Irish composers and performers. From 1998 to 2004, Gavin was House Manager at the National Concert Hall where he programmed and managed the Composer Choice contemporary music series. From 2008 to 2011 his role involved planning and producing the Hall’s own promotions as well as being involved in developing and implementing a new artistic policy for the Hall. Gavin has worked as an orchestra and concert manager, film music editor and independent producer. He is currently production manager for the Music Festival in Great Irish Houses, Festival Director of theCamerata Ireland Clandeboye and Castletown Festivals and manager of Resurgam .
The Board of the Contemporary Music Centre are Dr. Cliona Doris, Chariperson; Professor Mícheál Ó Súilleabháin; Jacqueline Kelly; Róisín O'Connell; Fergus Sheil, Brian Irvine and Gavin O’Sullivan. The Contemporary Music Centre is Ireland's national archive, resource centre and promotional body for new music, supporting the work of Irish composers from the Republic and Northern Ireland. The Centre is supported by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon and the Arts Council of Northern Ireland.