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Chamber Music Matters

Chamber Music Matters – an international conference event for the chamber music sector and associated creative industries

Enterprise Music Scotland is hosting a two-day event at the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall to bring together the chamber music sector.  This is a unique opportunity for musicians to discuss their plans directly with promoters, to meet the funders and discuss collaborations with composers and other associated creative industry members.  25-26th May 2012, supported by Creative Scotland

 SPEAKERS CONFIRMED:

Tom Service

James MacMillan

Svend Brown/David Harrington (Kronos Quartet)

Thorben Dittes/Jonathon Morton (Scottish Ensemble)

Vanessa Reid (PRS Foundation for New Music)

David Fennessy/Gareth Williams

John Harris/Dr Charlotte Gilmore (Red Note/University of St Andrews)

Dr Stephen Broad

Hebrides Ensemble

You’ll have the opportunity to attend showcase recitals, go speed-dating with groups, ensembles and potential collaborators, listen to new works and much, much more!  Calls for participation in the showcase event and/or marketplace event has now been made– sign up to the chamber music matters twitter feed for updates or check out the website www.chambermusicmatters.com for full details.

 Please make sure you and your organisation is represented at this exciting and important event to ensure chamber music is high on the investment agenda, your ensemble work continues to be supported and you continue to be engaged in working with the chamber music sector both in Scotland and from an international perspective.

EMS is offering an earlybird rate of £119 – a booking form in word format is attached.  For more information visit www.chambermusicmatters.com  The event is currently selling well however we are pleased to be able to extend our early booking rate until the end of February – be quick as there are only 200 places available for attendees.  The Earlybird offer includes all catering (meals and refreshments) and a Chamber Music Matters event guide.  I can’t wait to see you there!

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