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 LSO Soundhub
Summary:Composer-led support and resource programme
Deadline: 18 July 2018
Date Posted: 05 July 2018
Details: Based at LSO St Luke’s, LSO Soundhub provides a flexible environment where composers can explore, collaborate and experiment, with access to vital resources, support from industry professionals and LSO members and staff.

Soundhub is a composer-led resource, responding directly to the needs of those using it: a supportive framework for artists to try out new ideas, develop existing work and benefit from peer-to-peer networking and support.

The programme is open to UK-based composers and builds on the LSO’s ongoing investment in emerging talent, in particular through the Panufnik Composers Scheme.

LSO Soundhub is generously supported by Susie Thomson, The Northwood Charitable Trust and The Garrick Gharitable Trust.

Applications Now Open

Applications are now open for new Phase I Members for 2018/19

The deadline for applications is midday on Wednesday 18 July.

• Soundhub is open to UK-based early-career composers who create music in any medium and who demonstrate an active interest in, and some experience of, working with classical musicians.
• All candidates must be either British national, studying in the UK or resident in the UK for at least three years and at least 18 years of age by September 2018.
• Previous Soundhub Members cannot reapply for Soundhub Membership (individuals or collectives)
• There is no upper age restriction, so if composers feel this offers a development opportunity then they are encouraged to apply
• It is possible to apply both to this programme and for Jerwood Composer+ membership, if eligible, but if selected you may only participate in one, at LSO’s discretion
• LSO composer scheme alumni (e.g. Panufnik or Soundhub Members) may apply provided that they are not currently on an LSO scheme. Please bear in mind that the adjudication panel will take into account previous LSO opportunities that composers may have had.