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Music / April 8, 2022

Music Network announces an open call for RESONATE

Music / April 8, 2022

Music Network announces an open call for RESONATE

Words: Eva O’Beirne

Music Network has announced an opportunity for professional musicians to avail of six new artist residencies in venues around Ireland.

In partnership with glór, Ionad Cultúrtha, The National Opera House, Triskel Arts Centre, The Dock and Regional Cultural Centre, this year’s program will provide a grant of 8,000 euro to each of the six appointed musicians to facilitate the creation of new work and creative partnerships.

Audiences around the country will have opportunities to enjoy the new material created during each of the residencies through live concert performances and online content.

The 2021 program featured artists such as violinist Larissa O’Grady, singer Emma Langford and uileann piper David Power.

Who are Music Network and their partners looking for?

Individual musicians with a strong track record in music performance, who are currently living in the Republic of Ireland, are invited to apply.

Applications are welcome from musicians performing in a range of genres, either as solo artists or on behalf of existing groups or new collaborations. Cross-genre and cross-artform collaborations (with music as a core element) are also welcome.

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.

How do I apply?

The deadline for RESONATE applications is Thursday, May 12 2022 at 14:00. Click here to read more about the application process.

Music Network will present a webinar on the RESONATE programme with a Q&A session on Wednesday, April 27 at 11:00. Artists who want to attend this webinar can book a place here.

Advance registration is essential. A recording of the webinar will also be made available on Music Network’s website and social media channels from April 28.

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