Music Network announces an open call for RESONATE, six new artist residencies in venues around Ireland.
Please note that the deadline for receipt of applications is 2 pm, Thursday 11th May 2023.
Music Network and glór invite applications from professional musicians for the RESONATE artist residency programme which provides support for professional musicians with a strong track record in music performance to develop new work and/or collaborations.
The residency is one of six opportunities across the country as part of RESONATE 2023, Music Network’s artist residency programme in partnership with glór (Ennis), Ionad Cultúrtha (Baile Mhúirne), The National Opera House (Wexford), Triskel Arts Centre (Cork City), The Dock (Carrick-On-Shannon) and Regional Cultural Centre (Letterkenny).
Now in its 3rd year, the residency provides a grant of €6,000 to enable a musician/s to devote time to the creation of new work, in addition to a range of in-kind supports from both Music Network and glór along with opportunities for artists to showcase their work through live performance and digital updates.
Audiences will also have an opportunity to engage with our resident musicians at a public performance in glór in November/December.
The residency is open to musicians of professional performing standard working in any genre of music. Applicants must be resident in the Republic of Ireland and be aged 18 or over. Applicants may apply as solo artists, on behalf of an existing group or ensemble, or for a new collaboration.
Anyone interested in making an application can register for our online information session at 11am on Monday 17 April.
This year’s residencies will run from July to October and the closing date for applications is 2pm on Thursday 11 May 2023. Applications are made online.
- Link to all application information on the Music Network website – HERE
- Link to Guidelines – HERE
- Direct Link to Application Form – HERE
- Registration link for Online Info Session on Monday 17 April – HERE
- Tuesday 4 April – applications open
- Monday 17 April at 11am – Online Information Session for prospective applicants (Zoom) – we will make a recording of this available online from 18 April and will send a link to this to you as soon as its ready.
- Thursday 11 May at 2pm – applications close
To apply and for more information please click HERE
Music Network is committed to equity and inclusion, and particularly welcomes applications from under-represented musicians, including but not limited to musicians of colour, musicians with disabilities, Traveller musicians and LGBTQ+ musicians.
Music Network is funded by the Arts Council. Music Network is a national music touring and development organisation, whose mission is to make high quality live music available and accessible to people throughout Ireland.
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Music Network is Ireland’s national music touring and development organisation, and was founded by the Arts Council/An Chomhairle Ealaíon in 1986.
We make high quality live music accessible to communities throughout Ireland and help musicians to develop fulfilling careers.
Our vision is that of a culture which increasingly values live music in our everyday lives, embracing it as an essential part of a healthy, vibrant society.
Everything we do stems from this vision: from our work in music education, to supporting musicians at varying stages of their development, to providing opportunities for performance and participation through our valued network of partners.
Our work enriches many aspects of music-making across Ireland, bringing musicians and listeners together through the magic of live performance.