Showcase & funding opportunity – Made in Scotland Showcase 2019 – deadline 22.11.8.
Made in Scotland celebrates the wealth and diversity of work that is currently being produced in Scotland. It’s a curated showcase which aims to raise the international profile of Scottish artists by promoting high-quality music, theatre and dance to international promoters and audiences at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Made In Scotland is a partnership between the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, Federation of Scottish Theatres, Scottish Music Centre and Creative Scotland.
Funding is intended to support the costs of presenting work at the Fringe. The work can be new or an existing production which will be re-staged at the Fringe.
Who can apply – individuals, groups and organisations based in Scotland and working in theatre, dance and music – applications can be submitted from individual artists, companies, organisations, ensembles, promoters, bands and record labels.
Onward International Touring – One of the key aims of Made in Scotland is to maximise the benefit for Scottish artists on international platforms – funding is available to support any work created in Scotland which attracts interest from international promoters as a result of being showcased at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
The deadline for applications for the 2019 showcase is 22.11.18, for more information please visit: creative scotland/made-in-scotland
Nominations are open for the 2018 MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards.
Hands Up for Trad have opened nominations for this year’s MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards. The public have until Sunday 14th October to nominate in each of the eighteen categories which include Composer of the Year and Album of the Year.
The MG ALBA Scots Trad Music Awards celebrates excellence in traditional music. Honouring artists, instrumentalists, composers and singer-songwriters plus phenomenal performances from some of the biggest names in traditional music, the ceremony recognises outstanding musical talent from all over Scotland.
We’re delighted once again to sponsor the Trad Album of the Year. The award shines a light on the traditional recording industry and showcases the vast number of albums released each year in the trad and folk music genre.
The 2018 longlist of 25 albums :
- Air Fàir an Là by Niteworks
- alterum by Julie Fowlis
- Bare Knuckle by Chris Stout and Catriona McKay
- Ellipsis by Fourth Moon
- EVO by SKERRYVORE
- Glasgow by Findlay Napier
- In Praise of Home by Rura
- Inyal by Inyal
- Notes from the boat by Mike Vass
- Pipes by John Mulhearn
- Punch by The Poozies
- Sanctuary by Ross Ainslie
- Sandwood by Duncan Chisholm
- SOLO by Sarah-Jane Summers
- Some Other Land by Adam Sutherland
- Sròmos by James Duncan Mackenzie
- Symbiosis II by Ross Ainslie and Ali Hutton
- Tales From The North by Calum Stewart
- The Key by Blazin’ Fiddes
- The Morning Tempest by Josie Duncan & Pablo Lafuente
- The Pipe Slang by Jamie MacDonald & Christian Gamauf
- The Railway by Hamish Napier
- The Rough Bounds by Daimh
- The Seer by Lauren MacColl
- Undersong by Salt House
The longlist will be whittled down to a shortlist of ten albums which is decided by 50% industry panel and 50% public. The winners will be unveiled at Perth Concert Hall on 1st December 2018.
For more information and to nominate please visit:
Tickets for the Trad Music Awards ceremony are available from Horsecross Threatre.
For box office call 01738 621031 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.