Anne-Noëlle Pinnegar is a freelance arts and heritage consultant and has published academically on the history of disability.

As a volunteer Development Board member at the Orpheus Centre since 2018, she helped pioneer the first Orpheus student-led visual art exhibition in the college’s Barn Theatre in 2019 and continues to develop collaborative performing arts opportunities for Orpheus students across the musical and theatrical genres – from the National Youth Harp Orchestra and contemporary jazz events, to workshop/outreach enrichment sessions, linking Orpheus students with local independent schools.

Anne-Noëlle lives at Hammerwood Park, a historic house in Sussex where she and her husband host regular arts/musical events, including recently the Orpheus student Film Group on location for their successful film version of The Wind in the Willows.

If you are interested in joining our Development Board please register your interest here and Vanessa Brett-Davey our Volunteer Co-ordinator, will get back to you by email or phone for an informal chat or alternatively email [email protected]