Tuesday, December 1, 2015

Stephen Chamberlain: Partnerships & Development Manager

August 6, 2012 by Stephen  

Stephen played trumpet in big bands at school, in the sixth form, and whilst studying for a degree in Music.

He went on to work for the  London Philharmonic Orchestra, the London Sinfonietta, the South Bank Centre, an artist management company and finally Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music & Dance, where he was Projects Manager for a number of years.

In addition to his work for NYJO Stephen manages a Latin folk band and a string quartet specialising in contemporary classical repertoire.

At NYJO Stephen runs the ‘Becoming Truly National’ project, helping to build better partnerships with conservatoires and regional youth jazz orchestras, and working with the board on fundraising and other matters.


2 Responses to “Stephen Chamberlain: Partnerships & Development Manager”
  1. Tony Langford says:

    This is not a comment, ’tis a message! Back in the dim and distant 1990′s I was MD of John Smedley and for several years produced some NYJO CDs in conjunction with Bill Ashton that we distributed to our many customers around the World. I am just clearing out my loft and have found a cake of about 50 of an album entitled Ultra Modern Classic. This included numbers such as Hatfield Tunnel, Castles in Spain, Cakes. Have you any use for these or is to the tip with them? Hope all going well and best wishes to Bill

  2. Sean says:

    Hi Tony,

    Thanks for contacting us. If it isn’t too much trouble, please pop those over to us and we’ll add them to our archive or donate to the National Jazz Archive.

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