Christina Hemmer, Projects & Orchestra Manager
Christina has worked for over 10 years in arts administration, including as tour manager for the Monteverdi Choir and event manager at Southbank Centre. She is passionate about music and music education and has recently spent a year living and working with the Bahia Youth Orchestra in Salvador, Brazil.
Development and Communications Manager
Fundraising, sponsorship, marketing and communications, institutional publications,
Media enquiries, social media and digital comms. / website, event hospitality and guest tickets.
Charlotte has joined the Arts after over 15 years working in international Media, for European and national ‘think-tanks’ and education bodies. Charlotte has worked in the area of Development (fund-raising) since 2002, with a primary focus on GIK and sponsorship negotiations, involving international Foundations and blue-chip companies. Charlotte has spent most of her career in France and in Portugal.
Executive & Finance Manager
Riitta joined the EUYO in July 2013 after running the administration of Monteverdi Choir & Orchestra Ltd for nine years as their General Manager. She comes from Finland and prior to the life in the Arts, she had a career in travel stretching almost two decades in Helsinki and London.
Chris Turner, Librarian
Chris studied the clarinet and bass clarinet at the Royal College of Music. He is currently pursuing a freelance career combining working as the EUYO's librarian with freelance software development and playing the clarinet, whilst also privately studying conducting.
Mei-Mei Siew, Bookkeeper
After graduating from the University of Strathclyde, Glasgow in Accounting and Administration, Mei-Mei worked in the accounting field for homeless and housing charities in Belfast prior to joining PriceWaterhouseCoopers in Luxembourg as an auditor. She then relocated to Kuala Lumpur, working in accounts and audit before being trained as an investment analyst and investor relations consultant. She has been working for the EUYO since February 2008.