David Greenhalgh

During a wide-ranging career, David was a professionally qualified and experienced Manager and Engineer with extensive knowledge of managing high value assets in a national company. He worked in operational, customer interface and change management roles and as a specialist in the implementation and ongoing management of Construction and Design management legislation and ISO Management Systems. He has a master’s degree in management from Manchester Metropolitan University.

Running parallel to his career, he has successfully managed several non-professional arts organisations and is a performer in music ensembles throughout the North West. He is an Associate of the Royal College of Music London. 

He now works for Making Music, is a Trustee for Trust Music in Bolton, a Director of Note Weavers educational consultancy CIC, a volunteer for the Fix the Fells scheme run by the Lake District National Park and enjoys cycling and walking.

David became a trustee of the Light Music Society in early 2020 and believes it is a valuable national and international asset and has a significant part to play in supporting our musical heritage whilst at the same time offering a much-valued music resource for its many stakeholders. 

He is proud to be a Trustee and looks forward to helping the charity achieve even greater success.

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