The Constant Lambert Fellowship

The Constant Lambert Fellowship

Friday, 18 May 2018, 8.00am

Named after the Founding Music Director of The Royal Ballet, the Constant Lambert Fellowship is a joint initiative between The Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet. Applications for The Constant Lambert Fellowship are invited from conductors aspiring to gain experience of the particular skills required to conduct performances of ballet.

The Fellowship is a tailor-made programme which offers a blend of work, study and mentoring, including:

  • Mentoring by Koen Kessels, Music Director of The Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet, Barry Wordsworth, Principal Guest Conductor of The Royal Ballet, Paul Murphy, Principal Conductor, Birmingham Royal Ballet, and other ballet music professionals
  • Acting as cover conductor for designated Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet productions
  • Occasional opportunities to conduct for The Royal Ballet in rehearsals and performances
  • Attendance at studio rehearsals and participation in bespoke workshop events

The Fellowship is offered as a fixed term contract of two years, working across both locations, London and Birmingham, with a bursary of £25,000 p.a. plus approved expenses for travel between London and Birmingham and some touring.

See further details at the link below. 

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Published on 4 May 2018

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