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New Recruit

13th December 2018

Today is a watershed moment for the project. In the last week or two we've interviewed a really strong field of candidates for our LEO Archivist post and today we made the decision to appoint one of them - Jude Brimmer. We're looking forward to welcoming Jude to the LEO team when she takes up her post in January. 


Jude is a qualified and experienced Archivist and will be a huge asset to the project. She brings with her wide-ranging experience of working with various archives, in particular the fabulous Britten-Pears Foundation's Red House in Aldeburgh, where Benjamin Britten lived and worked, and which houses a unique collection of artefacts relating to Britten’s life, music and relationship with Peter Pears.

Welcome aboard, Jude! We're looking forward to you working your magic with the new LEO archive.



Posted by: Lisa McGerty


 

 

 

 
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