Michael Tidball was appointed Chief Executive Officer of the Law Society of New South Wales in 2006, and is the newest director to join the Board of The Song Company.
Press Release 9 February 2017
Stephen Anstice is a businessman who loves music and wants to see more people attend live music concerts of a wide range of musical styles both challenging and enjoyable. The Song Company is a perfect example of this opportunity.
An enduring fascination with the power of the voice and the intimate relationship between artist, voice and text is central to Leonie Cambage's work as a director. She collaborated with Anna Fraser for her performance of Berio's Sequenza III and her relationship with the company was cemented.
Like many concert goers I am overwhelmed by the very uplifting effect beautiful music can have on the individual. I am particularly impressed with The Song Company's commitment to regional Australia and schools programs - especially as they demonstrate the amazing impact of the human voice. A privilege to be involved.
Matthew Hindson has been an admirer and involved with The Song Company for at least 25 years. He has been commissioned by them, and his students have participated in education programs. Matthew is interested in ensuring that the excellence and vibrancy of this great Australian ensemble is appreciated by a wide range of music lovers across the country.
Subscribing to Nietzsche's aphorism that "without music, life would be a mistake", Ian MacDonald has wide interests in music, with a special love of vocal music, hence his long time attendance at and support for The Song Company.
Mathisha Panagoda is a cellist and lawyer at Carroll & O'Dea. He is passionate about bringing music to new audiences and fostering the next generation of musicians and music-lovers. He has been a long-time admirer of The Song Company for its artistic excellence and musical diversity.
Bob Prosser is a Canberra-based supporter of The Song Company and has been a subscriber for many years. He was part of a group that commissioned a piece for The Song Company to celebrate Canberra's Centenary. He can neither sing, nor play an instrument, but is an avid concert goer.