Composers’ Collective launched in April 2018 as a learning resource for anyone with an interest in composition.
Inspired by Southbank Centre’s new music programme – featuring Unsuk Chin, Brian Ferneyhough, Mica Levi, Brett Dean and Gerald Barry amongst others – the Collective connects composers with the wealth of artistic talent that crosses our threshold.
Student and established composers at all stages of their careers are encouraged to network and socialise together, attend open rehearsals, workshops and panel discussions, and share advice and experience through in-depth candid conversations.
Members of Composers’ Collective learn to cultivate the skills required to earn a living as a composer. Industry professionals advise the Collective on essentials, including where to find funding, commissions and awards, how to manage rehearsals with performers, marketing and self-promotion, and how to approach and work with publishers and artist management.
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Follow the link below to hear about events and offers from Southbank Centre by email. Once signed up, we'll be in touch with information on how you can update your preferences to hear all the latest from Composers' Collective and more.
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Step 1: Sign up to our general mailing list to receive more information choosing Classical Music and/or any other topics which interest you.
Step 2: After signing up, you will receive an automated email so that we can learn more about you and your needs as a composer. You will then be able to update your preferences and select Composers' Collective to receive bespoke offers.
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Enjoy stunning river views in an exclusive Members’ Cafe-Bar before or after your concert.
Plus, you’ll be first in line to book tickets to the classical season 2019/20, announced early next year.
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