Summer Studios 2023
Summer Studios are free, six-day residencies throughout August for artists; musicians, bands, producers, rappers and singers of all genres.
The programme helps provide time for artists to create new work, develop their music or prepare for a performance. A one-week residency can provide a great kickstart or boost to a creative project.
Need to know
Applications: stay tuned to our social media and newsletter for when applications open for Summer Studios 2024.
Get in touch: chat to Matthew on firstname.lastname@example.org
What you’ll get:
- Your own rehearsal room for six-days
- One-to-one sessions and masterclasses with music industry experts
- Professional photoshoot
- Music video of a live session of one of your songs
- Workshops on industry-relevant topics such as stage presence, management, funding and more. Last year’s workshops featured speakers from Sony Music, Arts Council and Bandcamp amongst others.
- Sharing performance with other artists
Previous artists have included Martha Hill, Ross Millard (The Futureheads), Big Joanie, and Me Lost Me.
One thing to note – our facilities are not recording studios so if recording is a key part of your residency plan we recommend bringing your own equipment.
All about Summer Studios
From who can apply, how applications work and what you can expect on your residency – we’ve pulled together a list of questions we often get asked about Summer Studios.
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Meet our 2023 Summer Studios artists
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In association with
Sage Gateshead is one of 40 PRS for Music Foundation Talent Development Partners. Sage Summer Studios forms part of a wider programme of talent development at Sage Gateshead that will provide opportunities for a broad range of musicians working across different music genres.
Sage Gateshead is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner supported by PPL
Sage Gateshead is a signatory to Sound and Music’s Fair Access Principles