Associate Composers Scheme

Associate Composers Scheme

Monday, 26 April 2021, 6.00pm

Nonclassical invites applications for its Associate Composers Scheme 2021/2022.

The Associate Composers Scheme supports the artistic development of unsigned and unpublished composers, who are creating exciting new contemporary classical, electronic and experimental music.

The scheme offers:
– A paid commission of £1,500 to write a 3-5 minute orchestral piece for Southbank Sinfonia, premiered as part of their 2022 programme
– A paid commission of £750 to write an open score piece for the Contemporary Music for All Festival in March 2022
– The opportunity to record a short piece for Nonclassical’s compilation series Outside the Lines in autumn 2021 for release in early 2022
– The opportunity to curate a live event for Nonclassical’s 2021–22 programme
– Professional mentoring, training and coaching sessions from established composers and industry figures and a qualified coach shaped around your interests, skills gaps and goals

Applicants must be:
– Over the age of 18
UK-based
– Without a recording or publishing contract
– Have never received a paid orchestral commission

See link below for further details.

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