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Composer callout: be part of WeCompose 2023-24

4 Aug 2023

Music in the Round has been running composition projects with children and young people for many years. Our latest project builds upon PowerPlus and Schubert in Schools. We recently ran a successful pilot of WeCompose, you can read about it here and explore some of the resources from the pilot project here. We’re currently looking for composers to support the next round of KS3 students from October 2023 to May 2024.

To learn a little more about the project and role, please download this information pack.

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If you have any questions, please email Learning and Participation lp@musicintheround.co.uk

To apply to be part of this project by completing this form by 6pm on Wednesday 23 August 2023. We will be holding short online interviews the following week.

We want this project to be representative of all sections of society and actively welcome candidates who are currently under-represented in the arts: people of colour, an/or anyone who self-identifies as LGBTQIA+ or disabled.

Thank you for your interest in this project! We look forward to hearing from you.

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JOIN OUR TEAM: We’re seeking a National Projects Manager (maternity cover)

20 Dec 2022

Music in the Round is seeking a National Projects Manager (maternity cover)

DEADLINE: 9.00am, 27 January 2023

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w/c 20 February 2023

National Projects Manager (maternity cover)

We are seeking a National Projects Manager (maternity cover), who is passionate about what we do, and will join us at an exciting time as we focus on fully integrating all our strands of activity with venues around the country. We are looking to appoint someone who can maintain and develop excellent relationships with a wide range of venues, organisations, supporters and musicians. Liaising collaboratively with each of our current partner venues around the country, working with the Head of Programmes to nurture each of these partnerships through presenting inspiring concerts and Learning & Participation activity within their local communities, this position is key to developing new relationships with concert venues, both those keen to expand their live chamber music programming through presenting concerts, and organisations looking to deepen and embed music-making in their local area 

Click on the button below to find out more and download the National Projects Manager application pack.

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Music in the Round is an Equal Opportunities Employer

We want our workforce to be representative of all sections of society and actively welcome candidates who are currently under-represented in the arts: people of colour, and/or anyone who self-identifies as LGBTQIA+ and/or self-identifies as disabled.