There is something about music publishing that seems to attract really impressive women who stay in top jobs for decades. Faber has Sally Cavender, Boosey has Janis Susskind, and for a remarkable 40 years, Schott has had Sally Groves. Now, with a significant birthday on the horizon and grandchildren to spend time with, Groves has decided to hang up the keys to the hire library and call it a day. As befits a four-decade innings, it is to be a slow departure, a six-month handover (‘Three months intensive then three months standing back a bit’) to her successor Sam Rigby, who takes over the reins in June.
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