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With its dramatic landscapes, soaring skies and a rich musical history, Aldeburgh is a haven for creativity. Since the days of Benjamin Britten it remains a place where artists from around the world find inspiration and are stimulated to reach their full potential. Aldeburgh Residencies & Open Space offer bespoke development opportunities for artists and ensembles.
Aldeburgh Residencies are designed to provide a unique opportunity for established musicians and other artists to experiment, take risks, develop new skills and recharge creative batteries. Aldeburgh Residencies usually last for a week - longer, sometimes, in the case of composers
New development programme for emerging artists and ensembles
In 2013 we launched Open Space - an innovative new development programme for emerging artists and ensembles, offering bespoke and structured support over a number of years. Open Space is made possible through the generous support of the Esmée Fairbairn Foundation.
For more information on Aldeburgh Residencies or Open Space, please contact Caro Barnfield (Producer, Aldeburgh Residencies & Open Space) on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01728 687 162.
Yet another Aldeburgh Residency sees Concerto Caledonia here to bring Folk and Early music together in the Revenge of the Folksingers.
Latin, jazz and world music specialist Alex Wilson took part in an Aldeburgh Residency in September 2008, alongside Malian musicians Madou Sidiki Diabaté and Ahmed Fofana, to develop their Mali Latino project.
Click here to see the results of their Open Session.