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Orpheus Institute seeks Research Fellow

The Orpheus Institute, an international centre of excellence focused on artistic research in music based in Belgium is seeking a research fellow to lead future artistic research with a unique historical resource.

The Institute is seeking to appoint a full-time Research Fellow who will bring vision for the use of a unique collection of early books and scores as a resource for artistic research. This collection of some twenty thousand items dedicated to music from the 17th/18th centuries, has been assembled over fifty years by a single artist, a world-renowned performer of baroque music. The Research Fellow will design, plan, coordinate and lead innovative projects exploring the potential of the collection as a research instrument for musical practice.

The contract will be for three years, with a view to continuing renewal. The position is full-time, based in Ghent, Belgium with a salary in the range €50,000-€70,000 p.a.

Further details are available at: https://orpheusinstituut.be/assets/files/projects/20190710_Orpheus-Instituut_Call-for-Research-Fellow.pdf

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