Governance

The Galway Music Centre was first established in 2007. In 2009, it acquired Noteworthy Productions Ltd, a company limited by guarantee, and registered Galway Music Centre as its trading name in January 2014. 

 Members of the Galway Music Centre Board of Directors, pictured at the official launch of the centre.

Members of the Galway Music Centre Board of Directors, pictured at the official launch of the centre.

Board of Directors: The Galway Music Centre is governed by the following Board of Directors, which is representative of the diverse music organisations and interest groups in Galway:

John Caulfield, Michael Cuddy, Anna Cunningham, Mary Dooley (Chair), Mark Duley, Carmel Garrett, Thomas Grealy, James Harrold, Hugh Kelly, Bernard Kirk, Anne O'Maille, Peter Rabbitt.

Financial Statements: Our annual financial statements are audited by CAG, the Galway-based firm of Chartered Accountant and Registered Auditors. 

Facilities Advisory Group: Chaired by Anna Lardi Fogarty, the Galway Music Centre Facilities Advisory Group aims to:

  • develop plans for facilities for rehearsal and performance of acoustic music in Galway
  • integrate these plans for similar facilities for dance
  • further the related joint venture with the Galway Dance Project
  • interact with Galway City Council to actively advocate for such facilities