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Greetings Utah Performing Arts Community
I hope this finds you well. Visit the performing arts page of our website for more resources. Also, please let me know if you have any suggestions or are aware of resources that I should list.
All the best, Jason Bowcutt, 801-236-7554.
OnStage in Utah funding - Now Open
Deadline June 23, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
OnStage in Utah recognizes the important role performing arts presenters play in linking artists with Utah audiences. Funding is available to Utah Presenters to support a public performance as well as a separate community outreach activity of an in-state or out-of-state performing artist.
OnStage in Utah funding is available in an amount of up to $2,000 or 50% of the artistic fees, whichever is less.
The Arts Wall - Written and arranged by Aaron Dworkin. "Poema III" composed by Marlos Nobre
Aaron Dworkin, keynote speaker for this past year's Mountain West Arts Conference, recently sent me a message that I would like to share with you.
"Sphinx Special Artistic Advisor Yo-Yo Ma, pianist Lara Downes and I came together recently at Michigan to celebrate the power and purpose of the arts in America. We will be sharing this with the general public, but given the message of the piece regarding the importance of the arts, I thought I would personally send this to you in the event that you may want to share the video directly with your constituents, as well. It can be accessed on Vimeo for free and without ads at:https://player.vimeo.com/video/217837394"
ART WORKS Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts
Upcoming Deadline July 13, 2017
Art Works Grants are designed support the creation of art that meets the highest standards of excellence, public engagement with diverse and excellent art, lifelong learning in the arts, and the strengthening of communities through the arts. Matching grants generally range from $10,000 to $100,000. A minimum cost share/match equal to the grant amount is required.
Funding for Performing Artists - Professional Development / Career Advancement
The Performing Arts Program is happy to announce a new funding source for Utah performing artists.
This opportunity provides funding to support the professional development and career advancement of performing artists. The funding is specifically designed to help individuals who are professionally engaged in the performing arts. Projects can include but are not limited to: creation/design of marketing materials (photo, video, print, web, recording, etc.), conference registration, trainings and workshops, equipment purchase, etc.
Carnegie Hall, Manhattan Competition
Deadline June 10, 2017
The aim of this competition is to find performers with a strong artistic personality and stage presence. The emphasis is therefore not on the purely technical aspect of the performance, but also on the artistic charisma of the performer.
In order to avoid travel expenses, the "Second Manhattan International Music Competition" has been designed so that musicians can show all their potential through video recordings (no traveling required). In addition, they are asked to provide the repertoire they would play at Carnegie Hall or record for the CD release: a free recital that reflects their personality.
The Second edition of the Manhattan International Music Competition is open to a wide range of performers and is divided into three groups: pianists, singers and string performers. The age limit is 35.
Traveling, live auditions and reference letters are not required… Only the courage to demonstrate through some videos that the candidate possesses the adequate profile for an international career in this changing but passionately musical world.
Now Playing Utah's mission is to increase awareness about arts & cultural opportunities by providing a comprehensive events resource.
NPU offers ideas of things to see and do throughout the state. Here you will find a comprehensive statewide calendar of events that allows you to search by date, location, category, venue, artist and more. NPU also provides easy access to dates, times, maps and direct links for purchasing tickets.
Be sure to list your events - it's free!
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