Made in Scotland is a showcase of some of the latest dance and theatre productions from Scotland during the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. It is a joint initiative between the Festival Fringe Society, the Federation of Scottish Theatre and Creative Scotland - supported by the Scottish Government’s Edinburgh Festivals Expo Fund to raise the international profile of Scottish dance and theatre.
In 2013, for the first time, a music is being introduced as part of Made in Scotland. Incoporating a myriad of musical genres to present the best of Scottish music for new audiences and international programmers. The music programme will be promoted during a five day, 14-18 August 2013.
Applications are now open from musicians, bands, ensembles, and promoters to be part of this new music programme at Made in Scotland 2013.
Deadline for applications is Friday 15 February.
Further information on applying for music support through Made in Scotland is available here: http://bit.ly/MadeInScotland
Recent press coverage from the Scotsman: http://bit.ly/MadeInScotlandnews
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