Kirsty Robertson - Operations Manager

3.pngKirsty grew up just outside of Glasgow and started learning the piano aged 10.
She then went on to study for a Bachelor of Music degree at the University of Glasgow, graduating in 2014.Since then, Kirsty has worked as both a freelance musician (specialising in choral conducting and early years music) and as a project manager.

For three years, Kirsty worked as Music Development Coordinator at Aberdeen Performing Arts where she was responsible for developing, managing and delivering
a programme of music-making for ages 1-18, as well as running a large community
choir. Kirsty then took a side-step into the world of theatre and dance for three years, working as Schools Project Manager at Imaginate, Scotland’s national organisation that promotes, develops and celebrates theatre and dance for children and young people.


Kirsty is delighted to have joined the Big Noise Wester Hailes team and is really looking forward to seeing the project grow and flourish over the next few years.


In her spare time, Kirsty enjoys taking her dog on long beach walks, cooking and eating nice food and singing with chamber choir, Glasgow Madrigirls. 

Laura Barr - Administrator

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Laura was born and grew up in Edinburgh and during her years at high school played the Clarinet. She then found a huge passion for sport, playing Curling – going on to compete in many Scottish, European and Worldwide events – she even had the honour of representing Scotland at the World Junior Curling Championships in South Korea winning a silver medal!


Alongside her curling she worked as an administrator for five years and thereafter went on to start a degree in Primary Teaching at Queen Margaret University in Edinburgh. After a couple of years studying Laura returned to administration and is really excited to be working for an organisation that helps and inspires so many children and young people.



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