The Fischy Team
“We’re on this road, we’re on this road, you, me everybody together”
© Fischy Music 2011
Fischy Music was founded in 1998 by Stephen Fischbacher, who is our Creative Director. Our team consists of sessional musicians, an office team and also volunteers.
The Events Team
Board of Directors
Our Directors are a key part of our team. They are responsible for:
- Establishing clear strategic, business and financial objectives
- Ensuring that the organisation operates within the law and within limits set by its Deed
- Ensuring that the organisation exercises responsibility in financial and other affairs and remains solvent
- Monitoring and reviewing all aspects of the organisation’s performance
- Ensuring that the organisation demonstrates best practice in all aspects of its work
John Cross – Chairperson
John, a Glaswegian who has lived in Bannockburn for over 35 years, is a retired secondary school RME teacher. Married to Jan, he has three grown up children and one grandson.
He was heavily involved in the Carberry Festival and was previously on the boards of Scripture Union and Solas Festival. His main hobby in retirement is playing walking football.
Richard is a married father of three who has worked in education for 23 years.
He is passionate about inclusion, nurture, mindfulness and pupil/staff wellbeing. He has worked in schools across Edinburgh, using Fischy Music to support pupils and families.
Information about Angela is coming soon.
Rachel is a young, enthusiastic primary teacher based in Edinburgh.
Fischy Music has supported Rachel right through her childhood and she now uses the resources to support her teaching practice. Pupil and teacher wellbeing is of top importance to Rachel and she loves singing and playing the violin and ukulele!
Information about Stephen is coming soon.
Rev Gayle Taylor
Glasgow born and bred, Gayle was Parish Minister of Bishopton for 10 years, Associate Minister for Children and Youth in Colinton in Edinburgh for 10 years and is now Transition Minister in Newbattle, Midlothian.
Always a School Chaplain integrating music and wellbeing into assemblies and group work and as a qualified counsellor, she has worked with the army, Place2Be and part time for two years as a Bereavement Support Practitioner with Child Bereavement UK in The Royal Hospital for Children in Glasgow. Gayle loves live music and running.