Musicboard Berlin is pleased to announce four additional domestic residencies as part of its Scholarships & Residencies program:
HELLERAU – EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, DRESDEN
In cooperation with HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts, Musicboard will grant two four to five-week residencies at HELLERAU in Dresden to a Berlin pop musician, duo or group/band. The objective of HELLERAU’s residency program is to offer opportunities for artistic research in order to deepen and expand one’s own working methods as well as to develop new projects.
Details and application: HELLERAU Residency
SCHLOSS BRÖLLIN, MECKLENBURG-VORPOMMERN
In cooperation with Schloss Bröllin e.V., Musicboard will grant a two-week residency at Schloss Bröllin in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern to a Berlin pop musician, duo or group/band. The international residency program at Schloss Bröllin allows its residents to concentrate on their productions, to rehearse and experiment in a calm and creative environment.
Details and application: Schloss Bröllin Residency
STERNHAGEN GUT, UCKERMARK
Musicboard will grant a three-week residency at Sternhagen Gut in the Uckermark District of Brandenburg, Germany, to one Berlin pop musician. Sternhagen Gut is an ideal retreat for musicians who want to work, write and compose their music in a focused and calm environment.
Details and application: Sternhagen Gut Residency
The online application form for the four domestic residency at HELLERAU, Schloss Bröllin and Sternhagen Gut has been activated. Applications may be submitted until July 27, 2020.
If you have any questions, please contact us by e-mail.
HELLERAU – Peter R. Fiebig Schloss Bröllin – Peter van Heesen Sternhagen Gut – Thomas Fehlmann