We are delighted to announce that applications for Future Talent’s Young Musicians Development Programme are now open!
The Young Musicians Development Programme supports talented young musicians from low-income backgrounds, providing a range of performance and development opportunities including one-to-one mentoring sessions, solo masterclasses and ensemble workshops, all led by top industry professionals.
We also provide each young musician with a financial bursary to contribute towards musical costs such as tuition fees, residential courses and instrument purchase/hire costs.
For more information and to apply, click here.
Applications will be open until 12 noon on 30 June 2020.
To be eligible, applicants must be under the age of 18 on 1 September 2020 and permanently resident in the UK. Financial support is primarily given to musicians from families whose household income is less than £30,500 per annum, barring exceptional circumstances.
Clare Cook joins Future Talent bringing a wealth of experience in the music education sector and expertise in strategic leadership, fundraising and communications.
Since our foundation in 2004, our vision has been to achieve an equal reality for young musicians across the UK, regardless of their financial background. We continue to strive towards this goal today.