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Before you begin…
Applicants must be at a professional level.
We primarily aim to encourage the creation of new musical works, at any stage of development, in any genre, including all forms of music theatre.
We do not offer places to singers or instrumentalists who want to prepare for performances.
HOW TO APPLY
Application is very straightforward. We welcome applications from individuals and from pairs of artists who are collaborating on a single project. Each artist in a collaborating pair should provide individual information and references (see below) but please make it clear that you are applying as a collaboration.
PLEASE limit your entire application to just ONE page of A4 per person, as a PDF.
A reference from someone of good professional standing must be emailed separately by the referee with your name in the subject box. For collaborating pairs, the same referee can speak for both artists.
Please email your application (and have your referee email their reference too) to firstname.lastname@example.org
THERE IS CURRENTLY NO DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS
In your application we need these things:
- A very short biography. Two paragraphs will suffice. But do include any website links.
- An outline of the work you would like to do on the residency.
- The name of your referee, their contact information, and their professional status.
- The week(s) you would be available to attend. These are:
WEEK 1: August 3rd to 9th
WEEK 2: August 10th to 16th
WEEK 3: August 17th to 23rd
WEEK 4: August 24th to 30th.
(Should you be accepted we will offer you just ONE week)
- Please let us know if you are vegan, vegetarian, pescatarian, omnivore…
- How you would travel to the residency – by train, car or other. We can meet trains at Saxmundham station. The cost of travel is the artists’ responsibility.
- Your contact information.
Applications will be considered by an anonymous, expert panel. We will let all applicants know if they have been successful or not by May 1st.