Foundation / Corporation
Charlotte Street Foundation (CSF) and Mother Russia Industries
Grants to Missouri and Kansas individuals in eligible areas for original and creative music compositions. Awardees will be given the opportunity to perform their compositions with a professional ensemble and to work closely with other artists. Applicants must be located in Wyandotte, Johnson, and Douglas counties in Kansas; or Jackson, Clay, and Platte Counties in Missouri.
Submissions will be selected by EMRICSF (Ensemble Mother Russia Industries: Charlotte Street Foundation), a nonet specializing in experimental and non-traditional approaches to acoustic-electronic chamber music. Applicants may choose to use one or all of the ensemble in their proposal, and are encouraged to utilize interesting combinations of the available instrumentation. EMRICSF comprises a talented group of musicians including Hadiza (Voice), Emily Boone (Violin), Christina Leigh-Silvius (Viola), Adee Dancy (Cello), Lina Dannov (Electronic Wind Instrument/Tenor Sax/Clarinet/Flute), Wendy Grew (Oboe/English Horn), Rachel Lovelace (Bassoon), Stephanie Stanley (Trombone), Shawn E. Hansen (Synths/Electronics).
GrantWatch ID#: 195476
$100 stipend and the opportunity to collaborate and present the new work with a professional music ensemble.
Before starting your grant application, please review the funding source's website listed below for updates/changes/addendums/conferences/LOIs.
Individual composers interested in participating can submit work examples and a letter of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Questions should be directed to Pat Alexander at email@example.com.
Charlotte Street Foundation
3333 Wyoming Street
Kansas City, MO 64111
USA: Kansas: Wyandotte, Johnson, and Douglas Counties; Missouri: Jackson, Clay, and Platte Counties
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