St Andrews Voices, Younger Hall, North Street, St Andrews, Fife, KY16 9AJ

standrewsvoices@gmail.com     

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Festival Staff

Sonia Stevenson - Artistic Director

​Sonia grew up in St Andrews and was deeply involved in much of the local music making. She left St Andrews to take up a place at St Mary’s Music School, Edinburgh, from where she went on to study music at King’s College London, gaining a BMus and MMus. Sonia has undertaken a number of roles within the music business and currently splits her time as Festival Director of St Andrews Voices, Chair of the British Arts Festivals Associations and Project Consultant at Macbeth Media Relations. In the past she has worked as Artistic Director of Lichfield Festival,  Promotion Manager at Faber Music, PA to the conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen, Artist Manager at Connaught Artists and Concerts Department Assistant at the Philharmonia Orchestra. She is a keen singer and oboist.

standrewsvoices@gmail.com

Amanda MacLeod - Festival Manager

Amanda read Music at The University of Edinburgh's Reid School of Music specialising in Vocal Performance and Music in the Community. Since graduating, Amanda immediately embarked on a freelance career in the arts. With a keen interest in music education and festival management, her portfolio currently includes Education and Outreach Manager with The Sixteen and Festival Manager of the Aberdeen International Festival of Youth Arts (previously the Aberdeen International Youth Festival). 

manager@standrewsvoices.com

Jane Nicolson - PR Consultant

After graduating in modern languages from the University of St Andrews, Jane worked for international artist management agency, Askonas Holt, before specialising in PR working with Dvora Lewis for some of the world’s finest classical musicians and music organisations. She became a freelance PR consultant in 2008. 

 

Recent PR work includes the Lammermuir Festival; St Magnus International Festival; Iain Burnside; Sir James MacMillan's festival, The Cumnock Tryst; the extraordinary Somme100 FILM project; as well as a number of training and mentoring consultancies including Faber Music, London and the National Youth Choir of Scotland.

janenicolson@gmail.com

Helen Terry - Marketing Consultant

Helen is an independent consultant working in the arts and heritage sectors in Scotland. With a professional background as a musician, filmmaker and executive producer, she now works with cultural organisations to support strategic change and develop engagement programmes.

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