Principal Sharkey named as one of Scotland’s Power 100

Principal Sharkey named as one of Scotland’s Power 100

Published: 30/11/2015

Professor Jeffrey Sharkey has been shortlisted on the Herald’s ”˜Power 100’ list of influential people in Scotland.

The annual Power 100 list distinguishes key influencers in Scotland, looking at all aspects of politics, business and the creative arts. One year into his position as Principal of the Royal Conservatoire, Jeffrey is recognised for his vision to create a more international, highly interdisciplinary conservatoire which encourages collaborative projects across all of the performing arts.

Several alumni and friends of RCS have also been noted on the Power 100 list including, Nicola Benedetti, Bridget McConnell, David Greig and Ken MacQuarrie.

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