Chamber Music Scotland Musicians’ Recovery, Resilience, and Growth Project

Chamber Music Scotland’s Musicians’ Recovery, Resilience and Growth Project is designed to support freelance classical musicians who have been financially and creatively impacted by Covid-19; helping them to recover and respond to the ongoing challenges brought about by the pandemic.

This project will work in partnership with the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland’s Research and Knowledge Exchange Department, supporting five Scotland-based musicians in well-being and project planning through six months of mentoring and coaching. The project will also offer funding of £1,000 to each participating musician to enable them to deliver a project linked to place and environment, encouraging links with our network of volunteer chamber music promoters.

The project will run from March – August 2021, and the funded projects do not need to be completed within the six-month mentoring period. 

Apply by 22nd February 2021:

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