Distil is a twice yearly gathering of musicians rooted in folk and traditional music, but who are interested in expanding their creative horizons into other other areas of musical practice. With the continuing success of Celtic Connections’ New Voices programme, and with other commissioning opportunities, an increasing number of musicians is becoming interested in creating music that goes beyond the boundaries of 32 bar dance and traditional song forms.
Distil, which was established in 2002, allows musicians to work with experienced practitioners from other music worlds: jazz, orchestral, contemporary, in a mutual exchange of ideas and experience.
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Blas are inviting proposals for a musician to arrange suitable traditional music and Gaelic song for a performance to be premiered online at Blas 2020. The main aim of Blas is to celebrate Highland music, Gaelic language and culture and the festival is held each year throughout the administrative area of the The Highland Council […]
Tha Alba Chruthachail a’ cumail taic ri Tasgadh a-rithist! Delighted @CreativeScots is continuing to fund Tasgadh and there will be support for artists at this difficult time. Two application deadlines: 23.10.2020 / 29.01.2021 Fiosrachadh | Information https://bit.ly/3ilfE5W This post was originally published on our Distil website.
£5,000 (£750 individuals) via @CreativeScots Continuing Professional Development fund Decision in just 2 weeks!! FUNDS designed to strengthen #YouthMusic in Scotland Can be used for online training courses +lots more APPLY ASAP at http://scottishmusiccentre.com/ymitraining This post was originally published on our Distil website.
Help Musicians has invested in a third round of the Covid-adapted Do It Differently Fund in order to offer musicians a vital package of support to further their creative output, build their business skills and explore ways to maintain their wellbeing during this challenging time. Do It Differently Fund awardees receive a grant of £3,000 to […]
The Paddy Bort Fund was established to support musicians in various ways and has been used recently to help out musicians in need of some financial support. If you know of anyone in that category (or are in that category) drop a line to John Barrow. All applications are treated in the strictest confidence. This post […]
The covid-19 pandemic has brought about many challenges for the music industry – none more so than the need for artists to possess a broad range of skills across social media platforms. Many would argue that this has been the case for several years, yet 2020 has brought this sharply into focus. So that we […]
Funding for Visual Arts, Performing Arts, Literature and Heritage Activities which fall within our charitable purposes include the following: Visual arts, meaning works of art created to be appreciated by sight, such as painting, sculpture, and film-making; Performing arts, meaning creative activity performed in front of an audience, such as music, drama, theatre, and dance; […]
The fund can support projects by songwriters, composers, or artists, bands, producers and performers who are writing their own music or commissioning others. The Open Fund for Music Creators supports the development of outstanding songwriters and composers of all genres and backgrounds at different stages of their career. The fund can support projects by songwriters, […]
SongTribe choir are looking for a temporary part-time administrator, working from home sing-in-scotland.com Responsibilities Work with our musical director to deliver online choir rehearsals leading to a virtual winter concert in December Attend meetings (virtual, or face to face if appropriate) as necessary Keep choir members updated on plans and dates. Respond to email […]
Fèisgoil gaelic tutors Are you passionate about Gaelic? Keen to grow your teaching portfolio? Or maybe you’re looking to gain more experience teaching nursery and primary school children. With exciting developments coming up and demand for our Blasad Gàidhlig programme increasing, we’re looking to recruit more freelance Gaelic tutors. Working in schools in the Central […]