Got a question about our new programmes?
Then why not join an online Infrequently Asked Questions session.
Our Infrequently Asked Questions sessions are designed for anyone who is thinking about applying to our new programmes, In Motion and In the Making, to meet the team and ask us questions directly about the process.
We have four sessions available, each of which will be held over Zoom with recordings available to watch later.
We aim to make these sessions as accessible as possible. If you have any additional needs or would like to ask a question ahead of the sessions, please contact Grace Bailey.
We recommend reading our Frequently Asked Questions before attending.
In Motion is our 18-month artist-led programme for composers aged 18 and over.
We are running two Infrequently Asked Questions sessions on Zoom for In Motion:
- Specifically for D/deaf, disabled and neurodivergent composers: Monday 18 December 13:30 – 14:30. Click here to register.
- Open to everyone: Tuesday 19 December 12:30 – 13:30. Click here to register.
If you have any additional questions or would like to get in touch about In Motion, you can contact Grace Bailey.
In the Making is our 12-month trailblazing programme for composers aged 14-18.
We are running two Infrequently Asked Questions sessions on Zoom for In the Making:
- For parents, carers and music teachers: 18:00-19:00, Friday 5 January. Click here to register.
- For young people: 17:30-19:00, Monday 26 February. Click here to register.
If you have any additional questions or would like to get in touch about In Motion, you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We understand there are many barriers to putting in an application and we want to make sure we can provide access support where we can.
There will be live captions provided in all Infrequently Asked Questions sessions and via an external website accessible via a browser.
A team member will act as a dedicated access support worker during the event for any needs that arise or if you need to speak to someone.
We can provide a BSL interpreter upon request.