Music Capital Scheme 2022

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the Music Network have launched the Music Capital Scheme 2022.

The scheme, which comprises three different awards, supports the purchase of musical instruments and is designed to respond to a broad range of capital needs within the music sector in Ireland.

The three awards available are outlined below; please note which awards are most relevant to your organisation/members:

  • Music Capital Scheme – Award 1 supports the purchase of musical instruments by non-professional performing groups
  • Music Capital Scheme – Award 2 supports the purchase of musical instruments by individual established professional performing musicians
  • Music Capital Scheme – Award 3 supports the purchase of musical instruments by individual emerging professional performing musicians


The Scheme will be launched on the 15th December and applications will be accepted until 2pm, Tuesday 28th February 2023.

You can find details of the Scheme on the Music Network website here (this page will be updated tomorrow at 10am):  https://www.musicnetwork.ie/instrument-hub/music-capital-scheme.

After the scheme has been announced publicly tomorrow, Thursday 15th December at 12.30pm, we would really appreciate it if you could please share these details with your relevant contacts to help us spread the word far and wide. Please also see our social media pack on Dropbox HERE (including flyers and graphics for social posts, some sample social captions and the press release), which you may find helpful.

An extensive range of applicant supports will be delivered during January and February 2023. These supports will be available to both organisations and individuals, with a particular focus on supporting first time and previously unsuccessful applicants. These will include two Music Capital Scheme Information Sessions on Facebook live, five Zoom seminars on key topics relating to the application process along with a limited number of one-to-one consultation sessions with each speaker, and one-to-one sessions on Writing and Presentation Skills. Please visit the Music Capital Scheme webpage for full details of the supports available; all supports are provided free of charge to applicants.

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