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Classical music artist and project management, and career coaching for musicians. We are working for the future of classical music.
We’re hiring! Work with us…
Polyphony Arts is a classical music artist and project management organisation, and we are expanding.
We are looking to talk to people who are interested in joining our freelance, remote, flexible team, and who are experienced and well-connected in one or more of the following areas:
• Artist management
• New music
• Grant-writing and fundraising, especially Arts Council
You can find out all about us and what we do on our website, and really get to know us via our podcast, Music Works.
If you would like to be part of our team, please send an expression of interest by 19 March 2021 to firstname.lastname@example.org, giving an overview of your experience, connections and interests. Please don’t worry about sending a CV or formal cover letter at this stage, as I know these take time to prepare.
If it sounds like a good fit we will have an exploratory chat. The aim of this is to find out who is interested in working with us as we grow and develop, and create roles that are the best fit for you and us.
All roles at Polyphony Arts are currently freelance, part time, and flexible remote working.
Looking forward to hearing from you!
Let us introduce ourselves
Welcome to Polyphony Arts. I’m Katie Beardsworth, and I’m passionate about creating a more inclusive, understanding and rewarding classical music industry.
I founded Polyphony Arts in 2018 after a decade of arts management experience. My team and I offer artist management, project management, and career coaching for musicians and other creatives.
Listen to our podcast, Music Works, to get to know us and our take on the classical music industry. If you like what you hear, I’d love to work with you.
Polyphony is about separate parts blending together and making something bigger and more harmonious. Musicians today experience complex, multi-faceted professional lives which need to combine with personal lives and family. Polyphony Arts helps create harmony from the various strands of life – something we all aspire to.