The Peggy Glanville-Hicks Trust has opened applications for the 2022 Prelude composer residencies.
The Prelude program offers composers long-term residencies in one of three heritage-listed homes, as well as a stipend to assist with living expenses, so that they can focus on their craft and compositions. The program is open to composers of any genre at any stage of their career.
The three residencies are offered at Peggy Glanville-Hicks House in Sydney, the Gallop House in Dalkeith, Perth (owned by the National Trust of WA) and 146 Tynte St, North Adelaide (owned by the National Trust of SA).
Announcing the call for applications, Mary Jo Capps, Chair of the Peggy Glanville-Hicks Trust, which administers the program, said, “Prelude residencies offer artists time, space and financial support to securely pursue their work. This opportunity wouldn’t be possible without the incredible foresight of Peggy Glanville-Hicks, the partnerships with the National Trusts in SA and WA, and the critical financial support of the Australia Council...