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This year is a time of major change for the Trust as we start a 2 year transformation project in June 2018 to deliver a £48.8m redevelopment programme. This will see a complete refurbishment of our 2 main Halls and the creation of a new Hall and music education centre in the cellars.The second aim is to drive forward music across Bristol; working in partnership with city wide organisations; leading on music education through Creative Learning & Engagement, commissioning new works, supporting local musicians, and promoting music across all communities to build on the vibrant talent already in the city. Much more, we want the Bristol music scene to stand out with its own unique culture and internationally renowned reputation.
Bristol Music Trust’s vision is to put music at the heart of Bristol life, and to lead a strategic, holistic, citywide approach to promoting music so that it flourishes through performance, composition, participation and education.
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Access and Music Centre Manager, Bristol Plays Music
Full-Time, 37 Hours, Salary £32,000
Now in its seventh academic year Bristol Plays Music (BPM) is the award winning music education hub for the city of Bristol, part of Bristol Music Trust. As part of Creative Learning and Engagement (CLE), BPM ensures that all children, whether in schools or community settings, can access and take part in high-quality musical activities.
This role will lead on increasing access to BPM music education programmes and activities, visiting schools and music centres to develop and increase access to our core provision for children and young people.
You will be committed to Continuing Professional Development, have strong musical skills and substantial teaching experience. You will have an excellent understanding of best practice in music education, experience of directing musical ensembles and groups across all genres of music, and the ability to inspire young people. This is an exciting time to join us, BPM has a vision to make Bristol the UK capital of Young People’s Music and last September BMT started work on its £48M programme to transform Colston Hall into an international standard concert facility and a National Centre for Inclusive Excellence.
If you feel you have what it takes to succeed in this challenging and inspiring role then please read the additional documents for the role, and complete and return our application form, with our equal opportunities monitoring form, to firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date for applications: 9.00am on Thursday 16th May 2019 (closing date has been extended)