Board & Administration
Marco Belgiorno-Zegna AM (Chair)
Marco Belgiorno-Zegna was the managing director of Transfield Holdings, a major engineering, defence and infrastructure company responsible for projects such as the Sydney Harbour Tunnel and the design and construction of the 10 Anzac Frigates for the Royal Australian Navy (to 1999).
Marco was made a Member of the Order of Australia for services to the engineering profession and the arts (1998), Professional Engineer of the Year by the Institution of Engineers (Sydney Division) (1996), Australian National University Hall of Fame, Faculty of Economics and Business (2003), BRW Business Leader of the Year- Construction and Property category (1991)
Marco has been involved in numerous ‘not-for-profit’ organisations including:
- President of the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, a NSW government cultural institution that includes the Powerhouse Museum and the Sydney Observatory (1999-2002),
- Director, National Portrait Gallery (1999-2000),
- Director, Centre for Independent Studies, a leading independent think tank (1995-2005)
- Director, ChildFund, a child sponsorship organisation with particular focus in Asia and PNG (1995-1998)
Marco has great passion for music of all genres & is currently learning to sing.
Dr Timothy Pascoe AM
A long-time lover of the music of Joseph Haydn and the early classical period. Career included: consultant, McKinsey & Co.; Managing Director, Enterprise Management of Australia; Federal Director, Liberal Party of Australia; Founder and National Director, A.R.T.S. Ltd. (a not-for-profit bringing private sector skills and resources to the arts); Executive Chair, Australia Council for the Arts; and, most recently, an independent strategy consultant.
PhD (Cambridge), MBA (Harvard), BE & BEc (Adelaide)
Tom has more than 35 years of international finance and management experience, including 28 years as Chief Executive of Key Pharmaceuticals, of which he is currently Non Executive Chairman.
For over a decade, he was Non Executive Director of a not-for-profit publisher, and is head of a Private Ancillary Fund he established in 2002.
After completing University, his early career was in finance and venture captial in Sydney. This was followed by several years with a US multinational, based in Brussels, then London.
He is currently on the board of the Asylum Seekers Centre. He has a great love of music and has been a regular concert goer for over 50 years.
Skye McIntosh is the founder and Artistic Director of the Australian Haydn Ensemble.
She holds a Bachelor of Music with first class honors from the Queensland Conservatiorum and also Master of Music of research performance from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music.
Under her direction, the Ensemble has grown rapidly, building a reputation as one of Australia's finest period instrument ensembles with thriving concert Series in Sydney at the Opera House and also in Canberra.
BMUS (Hons) (Queensland Conservatorium) MMUS (Sydney)
Carolyne Fletcher AM
Carolyn has experience in marketing, planning and strategy. She has served on government boards such as Darling Harbour and Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority , and was a Director of Black Isle Communications, an executive coaching consultancy.
She founded and manages Opportunity Cambodia, an NGO which enables poor and disadvantaged children in rural Cambodia to gain an education and vocational training.
She is passionate about supporting young talent and was Chair of The Australian Theatre For Young People for 7 years. She is a member of the ATYP Foundation Committee.
BA(Hons) MTCP (Sydney)
Skye McIntosh - Artistic Director
Alicia Gibbons - General Manager
Stephen Bydder - Administrator
Marguerite Foxon - Development Manager
Jacqueline Dossor - Digital Marketing Assistant
Danielle Bentley - Philanthropy Assistant
James Eccles - Education Programs Coordinator
Joanne Crumpton - Bookkeeper