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Ensemble in Residence 2019-21

We are pleased to announce that applications to audition for our 2019-21 Ensemble in Residence (previously known as the Residency Ensemble) are now open. 

We are inviting applications from emerging, Scotland-based chamber ensembles who have a strong commitment to chamber music, lifelong learning, and the desire to experiment and explore. Our Ensemble in Residence programme provides the opportunity for the successful ensemble to perform, collaborate, and develop as a group, whilst receiving professional support from EMS.

You can download the information sheet and application form from the sidebar of this page. The deadline for completed applications is 12pm, Monday, 6th May 2019. Ensembles will be notified shortly thereafter as to whether or not they have been chosen to audition. Auditions will take place the during week commencing Monday, 3rd June 2019

Please contact info@enterprisemusicscotland.com if you have any questions about the application process, or to submit your ensemble's completed form. 

Residency Ensemble 2017-19

The EMS Residency Project Ensemble 2017-19 is The Kapten Trio.

This outstanding young piano trio will receive specialist coaching, touring opportunities, residencies, development support and a new commissioned work over the two-year development programme.

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"We are thrilled to have been selected as EMS Residency Project Ensemble 2017-19. The project will offer us the opportunity to develop in so many different areas, allowing us the time and space to explore the piano trio repertoire in great depth, to develop newprogrammes and ideas, and to learn new ways of working as an ensemble both musically and professionally, thanks to the wealth ofexpertise associated with EMS. We hope that by the end of our residency we will have made huge leaps forward as an ensemble and can’t wait to get started!" Kapten Trio

The Kapten Trio is made up of three outstanding graduates of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, the Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre, and Oxford University. The trio formed in 2011 whilst students at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, where they were chose as Young Artists in Residence. They have since gone on to develop a reputation as one of the top piano trios in the country, known for their energetic, passionate and exciting performances across the UK and further afield.

To find out more bout this fantastic trio, check out our blog.

EMS Ensemble in Residence 2019-21

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