Vacancy for Company Administrator (part-time)

Our Company Administrator has had to leave for personal reasons, and again we are able to offer an exciting opportunity for a dynamic, flexible and dedicated administrator to play a central part in the development and growth of this dynamic music education charity. The position is flexible, but ideally we would be looking at 12- 16 hours each week spread over 4 days. The role will be mainly working from home, with regular visits to our Hackney office, and attending some workshops and events in North and East London. You would be joining a small dedicated team supporting AMP’s programme delivering inspiring workshops and concerts to 23 primary and special schools in East and North London. The Company Administrator will co-ordinate the day to day running of Apollo Music Projects, supporting all our activities across administration, marketing and fundraising. For further information please read the Job description or contact us for further details.

Apollo Music Projects returns to Hackney Empire

As we near the end of the school year, we are excited to be returning to Hackney Empire next month for a special concert celebrating our work bringing live classical music to pupils across North and East London. On Tuesday 3rd July, all 23 schools we work with will join us for a concert of Beethoven’s Sixth Symphony, performed by the Apollo Chamber Orchestra.

New Company Administrator joins our team

We are delighted to welcome our new Company Administrator Nathalie Meghriche to the Apollo team. Nathalie worked in administration and project management roles within the arts & culture sector for 10 years and in the charity sector as a volunteer manager for 4 years. She joined Apollo Music Projects as Company Administrator in May 2018. Nathalie was appointed following an extensive search and interview process, and we are sure that she will be a tremendous asset to Apollo Music Projects.

Funding success!

We are thrilled to be recipients of recent funding awards from the following trusts and foundations:

John S Cohen Foundation

John Thaw Foundation

R K Charitable Trust

Marchus Trust

We are also grateful to have received another round of single year funding from Arts Council England. This specific award will help us deliver seven Chamber Orchestra Workshops for 22 primary schools as well as fund a study of impact measurement of our work.

Thank you to our supporters!