Young Ambassadors (Ear Opener)

Temi Salau

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This is a paid opportunity – we’ll ask you to do a total of two days’ work spread across September for a fee of £180 (equivalent of £11 per hour). There’ll also be an opportunity to have an online session with Ear Opener creator & award-winning composer Paul Clark where you can ask any questions about the music you make, or how to develop a career in music.

 

How to apply:

We’d like to know a bit about you and your music. Please write a short paragraph or record a short video of yourself answering the following questions:

• Tell us about your experience of making music

• Who in your networks do you think would find Ear Opener useful or interesting? How would you help us to reach them?

• What social media channels do you use and what are your handles?

Please send your answers or video in an email to suzanna@clodensemble.com by Monday 31 August, 10am.

 

About Ear Opener:

Launching in September 2020, Ear Opener is a series of video masterclasses that demystify the process of writing music. It combines simple, accessible explanations of the tools that people who write music use everyday, with honest discussion about the creative process. Featuring interviews from celebrated musicians and composers from across the genre spectrum, including legendary producer Brian Eno, jazz composer and saxophonist Cassie Kinoshi, Radiohead guitarist Ed O’Brien, film and TV composer Isobel Waller-Bridge, rapper Lowkey and many more.

Ear Opener has been created for any young person creating their own music – whether you’re studying music in school (GCSE/ A Level) or you make music in your own time. You don’t need to know any music theory, and it is for people making computer-based tracks or for acoustic instruments. To find out more, go to earopener.co.uk.

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