Music Fellowships

Music Fellowships

Launching in August 2012, the Music Fellowships scheme aims to support individuals through the early stages of their music careers; helping them to establish themselves in the professional world through bespoke placements within existing music organisations.

Through this scheme, we hope to increase the Fellows’ skills through training and development opportunities tailored to the individual, to raise their aspirations, and to encourage collaboration.

Rather than awarding grants directly to individuals themselves, we are looking for applications from music companies, organisations, venues and festivals from across the UK to host a Fellow.

You can download an example application form to help you get started but please do not submit this version to us. All applications should be submitted using the online system.

This grant is now closed.

Latest Updates

The 2014 BBC Performing Arts Fellowship Scheme

This year we are excited to announce a new version of the Fellowship scheme.

Meet the Winners: ReSound Community Choir

ReSound Community Choir are a group of singers in the North West of England that formed to provide an opportunity to meet and sing together. Their Community Music grant was put towards staging a war-time themed performance at their local Civic Hall with audience invited from homes for the elderly. Here’s a little more about what else the group get up to!

Meet the Winners: Dacorum Community Choir

Dacorum Community Choir already has a 70-strong membership since founding in 2009 who meet in Hertfordshire.

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