Bristol Ensemble’s board of trustees is seeking to appoint a new Chairperson in the first quarter of 2017 following the retirement of the current Chairman.
Bristol Ensemble, established in 1994 by violinist Roger Huckle, is the city’s only professional orchestra, and is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. It gives around 50 concerts a year, ranging from a small chamber group to a large orchestra, with a repertoire stretching from the 17th century through to premieres of new commissions.
The orchestra’s plans for the next five years are exciting and challenging, and it is well placed to continue to build on its position at the forefront of classical music in Bristol.
The essential requirements we are seeking in a new Chairman include:
- Fully engaged and committed to the long term development of the organisation
- Well connected and influential in Bristol. Needs to live in or near Bristol
- Committed to putting in the time for board and other necessary internal & external
meetings (the board meets quarterly and there is a monthly Executive Committee
- A regular concert goer
- Be an effective ambassador for the organisation and all aspects of its work
- Inspire the board and all those associated with the organisation
- A visionary and good completer/finisher
- Have good leadership skills and able to delegate effectively.
If you are interested in finding out more about this voluntary role, please contact the Treasurer, Andrew Gustar, by email at email@example.com.
We are seeking submissions of interest by the 1st December. Interested candidates should provide a letter outlining their suitability for the role and what particular skills and interest they could bring to the ensemble. Candidates will be invited to meet the Artistic Director and two members of the board at an agreed date where they will have the opportunity to discuss the role in more detail.