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ANNOUNCING THE 2021-2022 SEASON
PROJECT INCLUSION FREEMAN FELLOWSHIPS
Project Inclusion is Chicago Sinfonietta’s groundbreaking program where talent and mentorship converge to develop diverse and emerging musicians, conductors, and administrators on and off-stage. What was created by Sinfonietta’s founder Paul Freeman to help eliminate institutional bias due to factors such as ethnicity, race, and socioeconomic status has since broadened to tackle matters of diversity and inclusion from every angle. Today, Project Inclusion offers four multifaceted, professional development fellowships to orchestral and ensemble musicians, conductors, composers, and arts administrators.
Chicago Sinfonietta is dedicated to changing the face of classical music;
Project Inclusion is the program to make this change possible.
Applications are now being accepted for the following programs in the 2021 –2022 Season:
- PROJECT INCLUSION STRING FELLOWSHIP
- PROJECT INCLUSION ADMINISTRATIVE FELLOWSHIP
*Acceptances will occur on a rolling basis. Applications will not be accepted after July 31st, 2021 at 11:59pm.*
*For more information on each individual fellowship program,
select the program from the drop-down menu on the top left of your screen*
If you have questions about the Project Inclusion program or the audition process, please e-mail Project Inclusion Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org