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Arts and Culture Impact Fund Nesta

Deadline: 31/05/2021

A £23 million social impact investment fund offering loans between £150,000 and £1 million to help organisations in the arts, cultural and heritage sectors build resilience and deliver social outcomes.

Building on the success of the Arts Impact Fund, our new fund is the largest arts and culture social investment fund in the world and is available to organisations across the UK.

Find more information and apply here

PPL Momentum Accelerator PRS Foundation

Deadline: 11/06/2021

The fund can support projects by songwriters, artists, bands, and performers who are writing their own music based in Yorkshire and Liverpool City Region.

It supports the development of outstanding artists and bands outside of London who struggle to reach a crucial career tipping points, and with partners provide support for a number of future industry professionals such as managers, promoters, record labels, music publishers, booking agents, supporting sustainable regional scenes across the UK.

Find more information and apply here

Musicians Union Coronavirus Hardship Fund Musicians Union

Deadline: 30/06/2021

The Musicians Union has set up a £1M hardship fund that members with genuine and pressing hardship can apply to.
The fund is open to any current MU member who:
– Is currently paying the full MU membership subscription rate, or joint MU / NEU membership subscription rate (either in full or by Direct Debit)
– Holds a UK bank account into which the grant can be paid
– Is suffering genuine hardship from loss of work due to the Coronavirus pandemic
– Has not already successfully received a payment from the MU Coronavirus Hardship Fund

Find more information and apply here

Arts Council National Lottery Project Grants National

Deadline: 31/08/2021

National Lottery Project Grants is our open access programme for arts, museums and libraries projects. The fund supports thousands of individual artists, community and cultural organisations.

Until April 2021, the fund will focus on the needs of smaller independent organisations and individual practitioners

Find more information and apply here

Job Opportunities

Marketing and Venue Assistant (Kickstart job placement) Liverpool

Employer: Meraki Deadline: 28/04/2021

25hrs/week at the National Living Wage.

Marketing and Venue Assistant – Looking for someone with experience in this role and a keen interest in music.

Applicants must be between 18-24 and on Universal Credit. Please contact your Job Coach (Universal Credit) for more information on the role.
Deadline is 28th April to send in an application. Start date is 10th May.

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Music Venue Technical Assistant (Kickstart job placement) Liverpool

Employer: Meraki Deadline: 28/04/2021

25hrs/week at the National Living Wage

Music Venue Technical Assistant – Looking for someone with experience in this role and a keen interest in music.

Applicants must be aged 18-24 and on Universal Credit. Please contact your Job Coach (Universal Credit) for more information on the role.
Deadline is 28th April to send in an application. Start date is 10th May.

Find more information and apply here

Head of Marketing Liverpool

Employer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Deadline: 10/05/2021

Liverpool Philharmonic are excited to welcome applications for a Head of Marketing. The role is primarily focused on leading the Marketing team to achieve the maximum earned income from ticket sales by developing and implementing a comprehensive marketing and sales plan. This includes devising and managing marketing campaigns across a variety of performances and channels. This role has primary responsibility for marketing all Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra concerts.

To apply, please follow this link https://www.liverpoolphil.com/about-us/careers/head-of-marketing/

Applications are due by 12 noon Monday 10 May. No applications will be accepted after this time.

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In Harmony Liverpool Musician Liverpool

Employer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Deadline: 10/05/2021

A position has become available at Liverpool Philharmonic for an In Harmony Liverpool Musician. This is a part-time, permanent post (hours and timetable to be discussed at interview).

The successful candidate will be a specialist in lower strings, and will be an integral part of the regular In Harmony musician team, using music through instrumental tuition and the orchestra to grow children’s confidence, self-esteem and wellbeing, respect, aspiration, drive, understanding, empathy and emotional intelligence.

To apply, please follow the link to our website https://www.liverpoolphil.com/about-us/careers/in-harmony-liverpool-musician/.

Applications are due by 12 noon Monday 10 May.

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Learning Projects Coordinator Liverpool

Employer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Deadline: 10/05/2021

Liverpool Philharmonic are excited to welcome applications for a Learning Projects Coordinator. This is a full time, permanent role.

The successful candidate will coordinate key Learning projects, rehearsals, events and activities for children, young people, school, families, adults and communities.

Managing relationships with our participants, partners and stakeholders, the role will be acting as the first point of contact for young people, parents/carers, staff, musicians, partners and external agencies on all issues pertaining to the Learning programme.

Applications are due by 12 noon Monday 10 May. No applications will be accepted after this time.

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Management Accountant Liverpool

Employer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Deadline: 10/05/2021

Liverpool Philharmonic are excited to welcome applications for a Management Accountant. The appointed person will be responsible for the operational and financial management of Liverpool Philharmonic through reporting, forecasting and analysis. The individual will also be expected to drive continuous improvement of processes and will have full line management responsibility for the finance team.

The salary for this post will be £35,000-£40,000 per annum.

Applications are due by 12 noon Monday 10 May. No applications will be accepted after this time.

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Orchestra Coordinator Liverpool

Employer: Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Deadline: 10/05/2021

Liverpool Philharmonic are excited to welcome applications for an Orchestra Coordinator. This is a full time, permanent role.

The successful candidate will coordinate and administer day to day running of the Royal Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra and other Liverpool Philharmonic ensembles, providing administrative and servicing support for rehearsals, concerts, projects, events, recordings and auditions, supporting the effective operation of all activities.

For further details, please click on the following link https://www.liverpoolphil.com/about-us/careers/orchestra-coordinator/

Applications are due by 12 noon Monday 10 May. No applications will be accepted after this time.

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Training Opportunities

Drake Music Artists in Residence National

Employer: Drake Music Deadline: 21/04/2021

Applications are open for three musicians to join the DM team as Artists in Residence.
They are looking for Disabled artists who are excited about the opportunity to embed within the DM team, to develop your creative practice and help us to develop our organisation.

This is a paid part-time role as part of The DM Collective, a national game-changing Artist Development programme that is run by, created for, and developed with, Disabled musicians.

Find more information and apply here

Training Opportunity Opportunities

Learning resources from BEACON digital conference

Deadline: 30/06/2021

BEACON was a live streamed ‘digital conference’ focusing on how emerging artists can creatively grow their artist project after COVID. You can still access the recorded video webinars, masterclasses, short artist chats and specific conversations offering hope to artists who are looking to continue building their projects in 2021 and beyond. Just sign up via the link and yu will be sent access instructions and be added to the BEACON mailing list (a monthly newsletter rounding up additions to the resource bank, and other useful external artist resources).

Find more information and apply here

Future Talent Development and Junior Programmes

Deadline: 01/07/2021

Future Talent operates two programmes supporting gifted young musicians from low-income backgrounds across the UK, providing unique opportunities to build confidence, develop personal skills, and enhance their musical experience.

Their programmes provide a range of development opportunities led by expert musicians and educators, including world class masterclasses, workshops, mentoring sessions and performance opportunities. Alongside these opportunities, They also provide young musicians with financial support, contributing towards musical costs.

Find more information and apply here

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