Deadline: January 2, 2018
Applications are now being accepted for the Music Omi Residency Program 2018. Every summer, Music Omi provides fellowships to approximately a dozen professional musicians—composers and performers from around the globe—to come together for two and a half weeks in a unique collaborative music making residency program. Not project-based, Music Omi invited fellows attend with their talents and an open mind rather than preconceived projects. Participants challenge their music-making practices and broaden their artistic horizons.
Music Omi encourages its participants to share ideas, perform each other’s works, and write music for one another, while exploring their own musical vision and broadening their artistic and cultural horizons. The Music Omi experience includes the presentation of public performances during and at the conclusion of the residency allowing fellows opportunities to share some of their collaborative work with the public.
About Omi International Arts Center
Omi International Arts Center is a not-for-profit arts organization with residency programs for international visual artists, writers, translators, musicians, and dancers. Omi seeks to foster an environment of creative exploration and exchange, professional opportunity and exposure, and a stylistically and culturally diverse community for creative artists from around the world. Through their programs and resulting public events – including the Residency Programs, The Fields Sculpture Park, Architecture Omi, and Education Omi – Omi contributes to a vibrant arts culture locally, regionally, and internationally.
- Music Omi provides lodging, including a private room, and delicious meals for the fellows during their stay, though accepted fellows must secure their own travel funds. All awarded fellows commit to remaining for the entire residency.
- Open to professional musicians—composers and performers from around the globe
- To apply, complete the online form here.
- The application portal will open on November 1, 2017 and remain open through January 2, 2018. 2018 Music Omi fellows will be announced in March.
For more information, visit Music Omi Programme.