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The Paul R. Judy Center for Applied Research at the Eastman School of
Music (University
of Rochester) invites applications for grant funding to study ensemble
innovation in the 21st century. The Center seeks to understand and promote
the success of creative, artist-centered ensembles that reflect new models
of artistic programming, organizational structure, and operational
sustainability. There is no restriction on who may apply. Grants range from
$500-$2,000 (or more). Applications are *due October 1, 2019*; notification
by November 1, 2019.

Full details on the grant program here
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.

Previous grants for research support have been awarded to:

*The Aesthetics of “Indie-Classical”: Music in the Age of
Post-Postmodernism*
*Anna Reguero (Stamford, CT)*

*Hipster Opera: Research on The Industry *
*Megan Steigerwald Ille (St. Louis, MO)*

*Indy Classical: Hip Consumerism and the Indianapolis Symphony
Orchestra/New Amsterdam Partnership*
*Natalie Farrell (Indianapolis, IN)*

*New Music Theater and the New Music Ensemble*
*Ryan Ebright (Perrysburg, OH)*


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