Spotlight Shines on Arts Administration…
The classical music industry boasts many brilliant artists
on the stage and a number of great schemes exist to help
them begin their careers and reach the top.
But, to make great music takes an equal number of gifted
individuals working off-stage in arts administration.
The spotlight, however, seldom shines on them and, unfortunately
the means often open to artists at the beginning of their careers,
are currently not available to those in the non-performance side
of classical music.
It is this plethora of talent and possibility that was the motivation behind establishing the Noted Innovation Fellowship: a unique opportunity for those between 22 and 35 with cutting edge ideas in fields such as marketing, photography, PR and composing to see their project come to life and lead classical music into the future.
The Fellowship offers £3,500 towards implementing a new venture and will be personally tailored to the winner to maximise their potential and impact. They will also be helped to create all aspects of their brand image through the specialist design agency Classical Music Design.
It also boasts mentoring from a growing list of some of the biggest names in arts administration and who work for the most prestigious venues, orchestras and business including: CEO of the Bamberg Symphony Orchestra, Marcus Axt; composer Max Richter; and HELLO STAGE’s very own CEO Bernhard Kerres.
Noted are looking forward to hearing ideas that have previously sat there undiscovered being pitched throughout the application process, get yours in by 15th February 2015 for a chance to be a leader in the future of the classical music industry.
For further details on how to apply, visit: www.wearenoted.com