Making our website work for you…
- 13 Nov 2020
We are currently developing this website; adding elements that support our strategy, to support and grow the local music sector, while also acting as a digital hub, sharing key information and resources to anyone working in the sector.
We now have a Directory to showcase the variety of music talent and expertise in the Liverpool City Region and encourage collaborative working between them.
We also have a page dedicated to Opportunities and Support, making it the go-to place to learn about funding opportunities, job vacancies or auditions in the LCR music sector.
We’re encouraging all local artists/musicians, music organisations and businesses, and those working in, or aspiring to work in the music industry, to complete the submission form and list themselves/their organisations in our Directory.
Get listed by completing this form: www.lcrmusicboard.co.uk/jointhedirectory. Once approved by our administrator, your listing will appear with a link to your website.
Opportunities and support available now:
We want to share all relevant opportunities and support available to people in the LCR music sector, which may be current funding opportunities, auditions, job vacancies, training or industry events, etc. We will publish these on our ‘Opportunities and Support’ page along with the relevant application deadlines. So please keep checking this page!
- Funding: Award for Civic Arts Organisations (Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation)
- Project Grants: Supporting Grassroots Live Music (Arts Council England)
- Recruitment: Looking for artists to join a production team (Stealing Sheep)
Share your opportunities?
If you have any job vacancies, opportunities or know of funding or support offerings to share with the sector, please let us know by completing the online form on the ‘Opportunities and Support‘ page. We can also promote them by sharing the opportunities across our social media channels.
Don’t miss out!
To keep up to date with all relevant news, campaigns and opportunities shared by the Liverpool City Region Music Board, follow us on Facebook and Twitter and make sure you’ve signed up to receive our email newsletters.