"Everyone should endorse enthusiasm for new ideas from new talent in the entertainment world and I'm proud to add my support."
– Jasper Hope, CEO of Dubai Opera
This fellowship aims to support visionaries. Are you an emerging young innovator who will help bring about positive, ground-breaking change to the classical music industry? Are you striving to stay innovative within an existing organisation? Do you want to set up something completely new?
You can apply if…
...you are from Germany or the UK, and currently studying or working in the classical music or cultural sector. This includes (but is not limited to):
We will not make decisions based on personal background, ethnicity or gender. We simply want to identify individuals whose work and vision excite us, and whose ideas compel us to support and help implement.
The next Noted Fellowship will start in 2019!
"I am thrilled to be working with Noted as a mentor to young people involved in the creative industries. I hope that my years of experience working with a diverse range of artists will enable me to support the next generation of music managers, administrators and PRs as they develop their careers."
– Matthias Röder, Managing Director of the Karajan Institute
Successful recipients of the fellowship will work with the following supporters and collaborators:
Applications for Noted Fellowship 2019/20 will open in 2019.
"Noted has the unique opportunity to contribute to the massive shift in arts management. The classical music industry is just at the beginning of the digital revolution. Shape the path of its future."
– Bernhard Kerres, CEO of Hello Stage
"We chose Ben Corrigan as this year's winner because his podcast has an innovative and cogent approach to the realities and difficulties of the classical music market today. It is entertaining, intellectually demanding and whets the appetite for classical and contemporary music. I am very pleased to work alongside his project in the coming year."
Carolin Denz - Director, Noted Fellowship
Ben Corrigan’s podcast is unique in the classical music market. Not only does he invite composers to talk about their new works and discuss their opinions on the classical music industry, but he joins them in composing a completely new piece of music “off the cuff” at the end of each episode.
Corrigan does everything himself - from the conceptual design of the individual podcasts to the recording and technical implementation. His goal is to complete the first podcast series excuse the mess by the end of 2018 and to publish an album with the newly created compositions.
The podcast is currently in development and within the next year, with the support, help and input of selected mentors from Noted Fellowship, Corrigan will further develop his podcast and music album in terms of content and structure. Furthermore, he will receive a financial support from Noted of 5,000€.
Burak Arslan and Luca Beisel of Young Music Lab
Burak Arslan is an alumnus of the Fulbright Diversity Initiative and studied Philosophy and Theatre Studies in Berlin and Istanbul. Burak is involved in efforts to promote integration and educational equality. Luca Beisel is a music producer and studied art history and graphic design for smaller businesses and academia. Burak and Luca have founded the project named Young Music Lab:
The Berlin-based Young Music Lab aims to increase social mobility by making it possible for every young person to explore digital music production, and produce a classical music track inspired by the accessibility of electronica and other popular genres. Young Music Lab wants to bring together young people from different ethnic and social backgrounds by introducing them to classical music in an accessible way.
Johannes Weidner is a student from the Hochschule for Music, Theatre and Media in Hannover. Johannes has been awarded a Noted fellowship due to his innovative approach to improving the arts management sector by way of advancing app and mobile technology.