This form must be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org by 31 December 2016.
The projects which Diaphonique can support must:- Foster the notion of cultural exchange between France and the UK. It is crucial that your programme shows strong partnerships and links between the two countries.- Involve works composed by British or French composers created over the last 30 years, or that are in the process of being composed. Those types of works must concern the major part of the programme ! - Offer a repertoire matching one of the following categories: Instrumental, vocal, mixed or electro-acoustic contemporary classical music; New forms of improvised and electronic music Computer-assisted composition and research with multi-media tools.
Diaphonique’s support covers a range of areas and relate to programmes such as: concerts, composers’ residencies, commission of new works and revivals, tours, masterclasses, scholarships.
Diaphonique supports also large-scale programmes and is looking for programmes linking France, UK and Germany.
It is important for us to see that your programme embraces as many aspects of music making including outreach, integration, variety, education and marketing.We need to see how you will promote it.Diaphonique does not fund individual programmes. Artists can not apply directly. Applications must be proceeded by producers or organisations.Diaphonique does not give retrospective funding.
> Which organisations?
Diaphonique gives priority to non-profit organisations.Only the following organisations, French or British, can submit a programme: Ensembles, companies or collectives Venues, Festivals Educational bodies Research studios and centres.
Diaphonique exclusively supports programmes taking place in France or the UK.
> How much?
Diaphonique’s support will not exceed 40% of the artistic part of the budget.Diaphonique’s support is for artistic projects and therefore cannot support core costs.