The Stoller Hall is excited to offer performance and career development opportunities for up to six early career stage musicians. We are inviting applications to the scheme for musicians to work with us to perform, develop audiences, capture video and audio footage, and develop marketing, fundraising and management skills to support their career development.

The scheme will involve a performance opportunity in The Stoller Hall as part of our core event programme and provides an opportunity to capture film and audio footage, to help digitally to support the launch of the artist’s career. Participants in the scheme will be given mentoring in marketing and promotion, PR, fundraising, and general management from our in-house team of venue managers and educators.

Together, we will build a series of emerging artist events that cover a diverse mix of musical genres, including classical, folk and jazz –with a particular focus on musicians who display expressive, innovative and creative forms of presentation.

Participants in our scheme will be involved in designing and marketing the Emerging Artists Series, as well as fundraising for the next intake of artists later in 2023.

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Funding – £600 per artist/group to support expenses and time commitment across the scheme.

To apply – You should prepare an expression of interest in a format of your choosing (it does not have to be in written form), telling us what your background is, what your ambitions are, and why you are suited to this scheme. We want to know what you hope to gain from participating in the scheme, and we want to know how you feel your creative performance can connect with our audiences. It should take no longer than 5 minutes for us to review, in whatever form it takes. Please submit your expression of interest by email to Fran Healey, Artistic Planning and General Manager at The Stoller Hall:

Closing date – 9am Monday 12th September 2022.

Supported by the Haworth Trust


Please read this information alongside applications for ALL jobs with The Stoller Hall and Chetham’s School of Music.

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