This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more about our use of cookies click here OK
This site uses cookies. By continuing to browse this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. To find out more about our use of cookies click here. OK

Home > Talent Development Partners 2019: Ty Cerdd

Talent Development Partners 2019: Ty Cerdd

CoDI Composer Pathways is a multi-faceted programme for composers across Wales.
CoDI (codi in Welsh = to raise; CoDI = Composer Development Initiative) is the first strategic programme of its kind in Wales – and is developing opportunities for classical (including electronic) composers at all stages of their career, promoting shared learning and collaboration and creating career development pathways.
• CoDI SOUND: pathway to writing for ensemble and electronics.
Six early-career composers work with UPROAR new music ensemble, conductor Michael Rafferty and lead composer Andrew Lewis. Initial workshops introduce electronics (technology and techniques), and over an intensive residency the composers each write a work for conducted chamber ensemble and electronics, culminating in a day of public performance and recording.

• CoDI TEXT: pathway to composing with text
Six composers work with lead composer Joseph Davies and writer Kaite O’Reilly on exploring using text in composition. An ensemble of specially recruited post-graduate performers from the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama work alongside the composers over three workshop periods, culminating in a public performance/recording.

• CoDI MOVE: pathway to writing for movement & engagement with professional learning-disabled actors
Five composers from a broad stylistic range resident in the five Hijinx Academies (which train professional learning-disabled actors in locations across Wales). Lead composer Tic Ashfield provides tuition and mentoring in composition for movement/theatre/dance.

• CoDI INTERACT
The heart of the community, featuring online connectivity and a suite of interventions: from mentoring and workshops, to hack days and buddying with non-professional performers.

 

Facebook 

Twitter 

Soundcloud

Search Grantees

If you’re looking to see if we’ve supported someone like you, working in your genre or region, or if you want to find out who we’ve supported through our different funding opportunities and partnership programmes, then please use the drop-down menu search tool.

If you have a specific artist, group, performer, promoter or organisation that you’re looking for, please use the ‘Search’ tool in the top right hand corner of this page. If we have supported them, this is the best way to find out about the support they’ve received from us.