Founder and Artistic Director
Caroline is a London based composer, pianist and teacher.
Her belief in the capacity that creativity in the arts has to improve quality of life, outlook and self-esteem is central to the ethos of the work of NW Live Arts.
Jane read Music at Oxford University, plays the bassoon with several amateur orchestras and is founder and director of her accountancy firm.
In this capacity she works with a range of orchestras, musicians and artistic projects and with several charities engaged in health, social and international development work.
Sarah was born into music. Her father, Christopher Monk, restored the Renaissance instrument the serpent from obscurity and Sarah has had a long and successful career in arts marketing and production.
Currently she produces the podcast series Materially Speaking – where artists and artisans tell their stories through the materials they choose.
Chair of Trustees and Directors
Jason is a London based photographer and amateur violinist.
He is founder and managing director of photographic agency Millennium Images Ltd, and is pleased to bring his management and artistic experience to bear on the development of NW Live Arts.
Trustee (Company Secretary)
Olivia has worked in music publishing with Faber Music and Schott Music and as a school librarian.
She is also a cellist and a passionate advocate for green issues and she welcomes the opportunity to bring social issues of importance together with music and the arts.
Henri is professional viola player, founder member of the Alkyona Quartet and Jumis Ensemble and former Junior Fellow at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama. Her skills as an improviser alongside playing regular repertoire and her experience as a teacher have made her a strong advocate for cross genre programming and re imagining the classical concert experience.