Ruth McDonald Joins Harmony Works As Trustee

Harmony Works is thrilled to welcome Ruth McDonald as the newest member of the board.

Ruth joins the team as an experienced board member, also sitting on the Sheffield Theatres Trust board and the University of Sheffield Arts and Culture board. Ruth is a social worker and Race Equality Commissioner.

On joining the board, Ruth said: “I’m thrilled to join the board of this exciting project. Music has the opportunity to change lives, and Harmony Works will have a real positive impact on the lives of children and young people across the whole of our city. Curating the MOBOs Fringe events at the Winter Garden and watching the children making music reinforced to me the importance of having access to music at an early age. As someone who regularly danced at Turn Ups nightclub, I can’t wait to see the building get a new lease of life as the home for music education.”


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