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Saturday, March 29, 2014

Women Make Music - funding opportunity

Women Make Music: who can apply?

application deadlines in 2014 are:

  • 28th April (for activity taking place from Aug 14)
  • 29th Sept (for activity taking place from Jan 15)
Please note that music creators previously supported through Women Make Music are not eligible to apply for funding from this scheme in 2014.
We support both individuals and organisations/groups through this scheme. Eligibility is the same as our Open Funding.
If you are a:
  • solo performer
  • solo songwriter or composer
  • promoter or event producer
  • band/ensemble/orchestra
  • collective
  • charity
  • community interest company
  • company limited by guarantee
  • local authority
  • school, college or university
  • festival/promoter
...working in any genre, with at least 18 months professional experience, you may be eligible to apply for funding through this scheme.
This funding supports:
  • songwriters and composers who want to create new music for live performance
  • solo performers who want to *commission new music which they will perform live
  • organisations/groups who would like to commission a female composer to create new work
  • music creator residencies
Funding can be used to assist with the costs of the first performance and/or the fee for the music creator and our support is available for music written by UK-based creators working in any music genre.
*We define 'commission' as when an individual or group of individuals is/are engaged by a third party to create a new piece of music.

more info and application forms - here

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