The National FLOW Collective = the future leaders of an inclusive music industry. In partnership with Bristol Music Trust, Sound Connections is looking for talented musicians to join the National FLOW collective this October. We believe that diverse voices are needed in leadership roles to create a barrier-free and inclusive music sector.

Who is FLOW for?

The National FLOW Collective is aimed at young disabled musicians with the skills, drive and ambition to be music industry leaders. Want to take your creative and professional practice to the highest level? Got the ambition to make the music industry more accessible? We want to hear from you!

What you get:

  • Mentoring, support and training
  • Industry experience
  • Developed artistic & professional skills
  • Share your work in a public celebration event
  • Join a collective of FLOW members from across the UK to share learning, work and experiences
  • Links to industry professionals and organisations

To apply you must:

  • Be a musician age 18-25 and identify as disabled
  • Be looking to take your creative and professional practice to the highest level
  • Want to be part of the music industry, and have the ambition to help change it to make it more accessible to disabled musicians across the country

If you would like to apply you can:

1. Answer the application questions below in either a Word document or by videoing yourself
2. Choose another video that you like of you performing
3. Email your answers to the questions and the video link of your performance to: jessica@sound-connections.org.uk by Midnight on Sunday 21 October

Application questions:

1. What is your name, age, email address, postal address and contact number?
2. What kind of music do you make? (50 words or 1 minute video)
3. Why do you want to be a FLOW member? (150 words or 2 minutes on video)
4. Tell us about your musical experience. (150 words or 2 minutes on video)
5. Are you free to attend a FLOW gathering on Saturday 24 November in Wiltshire? (Accommodation and travel can be arranged)

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