Babette Greiner (1960) works as freelance producer and project manager in music. Since 2009, she coordinates the activities of Tenso, the European network for professional chamber choirs. Thanks to four consecutive subsidies from the EU Culture programme, the network was able to develop into a Europe-wide organization which organizes many activities for singers, composers, conductors and other professionals. She also organizes projects for young musicians, like the Dutch Impro Academy. She teaches project management at the Royal Conservatoire in The Hague.
Hugo Keizer (1963) works and lives in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
Next to his work as freelance photographer and visual artist, he works as an IT-specialist. He has a master in physicis and worked for many software companies.
Eva Laurillard (1975) is a freelance project manager, programmer and producer specialized in cultural education projects. After completing her master in Neuropsychology she started working for TivoliVredenburg, Oorkaan Productions and several international film festivals (IDFA, IFFR, Cinekid). As part of the Taartrovers collective she develops and produces concepts for children for EYE Filmmuseum and several festivals and she is head of children’s programming for festival Into the Great Wide Open. Since 2008 she works from her company Laurier Producties.
Clara Schürle (1987) is specialized in music education, new concert formats and audience development. Her interest in communicating music and new forms of musical performance led her in 2010 to “netzwerk junge ohren e.V.”, where she worked for the European competition “YEAH! Young EARopean Award“ up to 2012. As assistant director for staged family concerts she gathered experiences in high-profile venues like Lucerne Festival, Philharmonie Luxemburg, Konzerthaus Wien and National Opera House Kiev. With the scholarship “Masterclass on Music Education“ of the Körber Foundation, Clara Schürle deepened her knowledge for creative and innovative forms of presenting music on an international scale. As a freelancer Clara Schürle runs workshops, develops, produces and moderates concert formats and consults several music ensembles. She speaks five languages fluently.