The F-List for Music x Miloco Studios

Applications Closed

The F-List for Musicthe first directory of its kind to feature up-to-date information on UK-based female and gender minority musicians, songwriters and composers, has teamed up with Help Musicians and Miloco Studios to offer female and gender expansive musicians a whole weekend of immersive studio learning.  

The limited capacity two-day courses, running on select weekends in April in July, are led by performer and producer Dr Isobel Anderson and Dr Catherine Anne Davies (AKA The Anchoress) as the lead producers.

This course will give female and gender expansive creators greater knowledge of a professional studio set up and confidence in articulating ideas and opinions on production within a studio setting to help them retain creative control over their music. As the training and studio team will be all female it will be a comfortable and safe space, givingparticipants a sense of community. 

Location: Battery Studio 2, NW10 2NB, London* 
Dates: 9-10 April or 9-10 July, 2022 

*In the case of an unforeseen circumstance, Miloco reserve the right to move the weekend to another of their London studios with a similar specification. 

Applications Open: December 1, 2021
Applications Close: January 10, 2022, 9am

To apply you must be: 

  • A member of The F-List for Music (register for free) 

  • A professional musician with an active career creating and/or performing, or in an occupation highly technically skilled in music 

  • Available either 9-10 April or 9-10 July, 2022 (from 10am-6pm each day) 

  • Aged over 18  

  • In financial need and without significant backing 

  • UK resident: 

If you are a UK National living in the UK you automatically qualify. If you are a non-UK National, you must have been living in the UK for at least 183 days and have the legal right to live in the UK. 

MAKE AN APPLICATION

Please note this important guidance when filling in your application:  

  • Select ‘skills and professional development’ as the type of activity you are applying for 

  • Your biography/musical submissions – explain in as much detail as possible your career highlights, notable performances, or collaborations to date. You will also be invited to provide 2 musical examples. Biography help available here 

  • Your activity dates should be either: 9-10 April or 9-10 July, 2022 

  • Your activity timeline/milestones  reference your chosen dates 

  • Your activity description/summary  outline the course itself (including the information outlined above) and what you hope to learn from participating. Summary help available here 

  • Your activity impact – explain in as much detail as possible how this course will further your career. How will your learnings help you achieve your short- and long-term career goals? Impact help available here 

  • In the ‘Online Presence’ section, submit your F-List listing URL in the ‘other’ box 

  • Your budget/ costs should be £570 for the course itself + costs to cover your travel and accommodation. The maximum you can apply for is £1,500 in total. Budget help available here 

  • You cannot apply as a group, this particular offer is only open to individuals 

We’ll be running a Q&A guidance session live on Zoom with a member of the Help Musicians team and Dr Isobel Anderson, on December 14 at 5pm – sign-up for free and be guided through the application process.

Contact [email protected] if you are not sure whether you are eligible or if you just want to discuss your application prior to submission.