Making Tracks aims to strike a balance between showcasing solo talent and specific musical cultures on the one hand, while providing musicians with the opportunity to collaborate across different musical styles and traditions on the other. For the collaborative component, musicians will work together in pursuit of new musical possibilities that respect the essence of each individual element.
Musicians from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply, whether or not they have formal musical training. Although it is not restrictive when it comes to genre, music with direct or implicit connections to cultural traditions and heritage is the main interest. Making Tracks is particularly interested in adventurous and collaboratively-minded musicians who double-up as environmentalists, ethnomusicologists, writers, visual artists and more.
Find more information and apply here.