Music/Sound Creator

Music/Sound Creator

Tuesday, 24 November 2020, 10.00am

Clod Ensemble is looking for a talented Music/Sound Creator to work on a variety of performance and learning projects.

This role is designed for someone at the beginning of their career, ideally someone who has left education within two to five years. We want to work with someone who is clear that they want a career in music or sound creation.

At Clod Ensemble, we think about music and sound very broadly, whatever kind of noise you like to make, it all counts! We don’t have any genre or style of music in mind – you could be interested in electronic, jazz, grime, music for film, acoustic music. What we’re interested in is your appetite for making exciting new music and sound.

We are looking for someone who is interested in using technology, perhaps you have experimented with music-making software like GarageBand, Tracktion or Logic. Whatever programmes you have used in the past, you must be interested to learn and use new software. It’s not essential that you read music or play an instrument.

We recognise there is a widespread lack of diversity across the arts, and our experience of working in the industry is that many people don’t have the advantage of an expensive music education. We want to support the next generation of music creators to have a career in the arts, whatever their life experience.

This role has been specifically created for someone who has faced barriers because of their socio-economic background, for example who hasn’t been able to take up opportunities or progress in their studies or professional life due to financial pressures.

This role is part of the Weston Jerwood Creative Bursaries programme, and includes a specialist programme of career support.

See link below for further details.

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