Call for Concepts: Further Residencies 2021

Musicboard Berlin is pleased to announce six additional international and domestic residencies at four special locations as part of its 2021 Scholarships & Residencies programme. The call for applications for the HINTERHALT-Commissions in cooperation with Deutsche Oper Berlin unfortunately has to be suspended this year due to the pandemic.

The following residencies are open for applications until the application deadline on July 15, 2021:

 

DOMESTIC RESIDENCY HELLERAU – EUROPEAN CENTRE FOR THE ARTS, DRESDEN

In cooperation with HELLERAU – European Centre for the Arts, Musicboard will grant two three-week domestic residencies at HELLERAU in Dresden to two Berlin soloists, duos or groups/bands in 2021. The objective of HELLERAU’s residency programme 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

 

DOMESTIC RESIDENCY STERNHAGEN GUT, UCKERMARK

Musicboard will grant two three-week residencies at Sternhagen Gut in the Uckermark District of Brandenburg, Germany, to Berlin soloists, duos or groups/bands from the electronic or electro-acoustic fields. 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

 

TANDEM RESIDENCY DETROIT & BERLIN 

In cooperation with the Detroit-Berlin Connection, Musicboard will grant a two-part tandem residency to one Berlin-based artist and one Detroit-based artist from the field of electronic music, that will take place in Detroit and Berlin. The idea of the residency is to promote unique exchange and collaboration between musicians from Detroit and musicians from Berlin.
Details and application: Detroit & Berlin Residency

 

VIRTUAL TANDEM RESIDENCY SINGAPORE & BERLIN 

In 2021, Musicboard Berlin in cooperation with Nusasonic, will grant a two-month virtual tandem-residency to one Berlin-based musician, who should work virtually and in tandem with an artist based in Singapore. The residency aims to foster dialogue between musicians within Southeast Asia with links to Europe and beyond.
Details and application: Singapore & Berlin Residency

 

Applications can be submitted now until the application deadline on July 15, 2021.

If you have any questions regarding the residency program, please contact Maureen Noe by e-mail: maureen.noe@musicboard.berlin.de.