Chair of Trustees
Adrian has been at the forefront of music and music technology education for over 40 years, writing and developing qualifications, training teachers and running some of the countries first courses in further and higher education colleges to offer music technology as a subject. He has also worked for awarding bodies, advised governments and performed as both a guitarist and keyboard player.
Adrian has also taught in secondary schools and has been very active as a composer and songwriter and continues to make music using technology.
Anne describes herself as a geologist and a musician. Her career in music and music education notably includes her position as Vice Principal of The Manchester College, Head of Music & Performance at The Manchester College and an examiner for BTEC.
Anne has also been heavily involved with the Jubilee Sailing Trust as a Watch Leader.
She currently holds the post as a trustee of the Ruswarp Village Hall.
Mark is a businessman in the legal, medical techology and education technology sectors. As a solicitor and entrepreneur, Mark brings considerable business and corporate governance experience to the Board of Trustees at OmniMusic.
Mark’s late brother, Daniel, suffered from Turners Syndrome and a learning disability. One of the joys of Daniel’s life was to perform music and dance in a group. Mark will strive always to ensure that everyone has the opportunity to play, sing, dance and be merry.
Based in Manchester UK, Leon is a freelance musician, project manager and director of three leading cultural arts organisations. As a musician, he is fascinated by all things percussive. For the last 20 years he has focused on Afro-centric music and arts traditions eventually finding his main passion and focus in Global Carnival.
As an arts leader, he has helped to develop many of the Northwest’s leading carnival arts organisations, guiding them to produce high quality participatory arts and touring productions. Leon’s main focus and passion over the last ten years has been the development of the social enterprise Global Grooves as CEO.
Leon has also helped to develop the arts Module within the British Council’s ‘Active Citizens’ programme as well as being a Clore fellow 2014. More recently he has taken the lead on the development of a new Northwest Centre for Carnival Arts initiated by Global Grooves due to open in Mossley, Greater Manchester in 2021.