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Catherine Rose's Office, Olney House, High Street Olney, Bucks MK46 4EB

Telephone:
01234 714959

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Helen Thorn, Catherine Sutton and Catherine Rose.
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Catherine behind the mic at Secklow Sounds.
Photo: Bob Bluffield

Welcome

Catherine Rose specialises in project and event management for the arts and education. She works on a range of undertakings including arts and education projects, evaluation, organisational development and documentation. She is also a highly skilled writer.

She works with teams of associate consultants on a variety of commissioned projects. She also works as a conductor with young instrumentalists in Bedfordshire.

Catherine writes a blog and tweets as Lady Effingham of Blindingham - an alter ego who acts as a critic of arts policy and funding and as a commentator on language and culture. @Lady_Effingham

News: Evaluation of the Family Friendly Arts Campaign

We're delighted to be able to announce that we will be evaluating the Family Friendly Arts Campaign from April 2013 to July 2015. The campaign is led by a consortium of organisations and will include the Family Arts Festival in October 2013 and 2014, and a series of conferences and training.

We are working with Pam Jarvis of sam-culture and Catherine Sutton, the outgoing Director of Arts Inform, creating a dynamic team with extensive experience of both family-based arts work and evaluation.

CRO Ltd also offers Proof-Reading and Editing services.

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As a result of this project, Catherines Rose and Sutton are now working with the Royal Opera House Bridge on a new Impact Assessment Project for the East region, involving fourteen arts and cultural organisations. The project begins in February 2014.

News: Classics from Scratch at Secklow Sounds

Catherine now hosts classical music radio show at the Milton Keynes community online radio station Secklow Sounds (www.secklowsounds.org).

It runs for six-week series from time to time, with a new series due in the Spring of 2014.

The show aims to introduce the audience to classical music through an hour of short pieces and lively talk, including guest artists and an occasional visit from Lady Effingham.

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