Cian Elliott joined Irish Baroque Orchestra as CEO in January 2017.

A graduate of both Business & Law, and Music, Cian has gained great experience in arts management, both in Ireland and in Western Australia. He has previously worked with Resurgam, Pipeworks, Wide Open Opera, West Australian Opera and Giovanni Consort.

Out of the office, Cian enjoys keeping fit, opera and travelling with his wife, Anne.

Cian is delighted to be part of the Irish Baroque Orchestra team and looks forward to great times ahead for the orchestra.

Eoin Kilkenny is a freelance theatre and music production manager. He has worked at the National Concert Hall for 8 years as well as with some of Irelands leading musicians both contemporary and classical. He has worked for National Symphony Orchestra, Colm Wilkinson, Irish Philharmonic Orchestra, CODEs, Gabby Young and Other Animals and many more. In theatre he has worked for Landmark Productions, Rough Magic, Dead Centre. London International Festival of Theatre and Dublin Fringe Festival.

Liv Heym is a member of the Irish Baroque Orchestra’s core group of players, in addition to assisting the orchestra part time as the IBO librarian.

She enjoys a versatile career on both the modern and baroque Violin and Viola and is a recent prize winner at the 8. International Telemann Competition in Magdeburg on Baroque Violin.

A native of Berlin, she studied Violin and Chamber Music with Ulrike-Anima Mathé, Eberhard Feltz and Daniel Phillips and Baroque Violin with Monica Huggett and Cynthia Roberts at the Juilliard School. Liv collaborates with various ensembles such as the Boston Early Music Festival Orchestra, the Four Nations Ensemble, the Handel & Haydn Society, “Les Passions” Orchestre Baroque de Montauban and Les Arts Florissants. Intrigued by the possibilities of interaction between different art forms she created the concert series  “Music in Dialogue” presented by WMP Concert Hall New York in 2012/13.