The Glenn Gould Bach Fellowship is launched today. Commemorating Gould’s immense legacy as well as his association with J.S. Bach, a new two year Fellowship for an established music artist to research, produce and develop material to re-imagine the music of the Baroque era for the 21st Century is now welcoming applications. The Fellowship commences from April 2021 with a launch and Fellow performance at the Thüringia Bachwochen in Weimar, Germany. A generous bursary and project grant is available for the Fellow whose body of work produced will be deposited into the an archive at the end of the two year Fellowship. See more on the website below and watch the You Tube clip for further information. The award is presented by the City of Weimar and was created by the Philip Loubser Foundation, Thüringia Bachwochen and Founding Fellow, Peter Tuite who remains the custodian of the Fellowship.

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