Brighton Early Music Festival Trainee Scheme

The BREMF trainee scheme is aimed at graduates who are looking to pursue a career in Arts Administration. Past trainees have gone on to work at Spitalfields Music, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment, The Academy of Ancient Music and the Voces 8 Foundation.

Trainees 2022

Each year we offer Festival traineeships to at least four graduates who are keen to build a career in Arts Administration.

Our 2022 scheme is now OPEN FOR APPLICATIONS with a deadline of 2 June 2022.

Interested applicants should submit a CV and covering letter to cathy@bremf.org.uk by 5pm on Thursday 2 June. Interviews will be held via Zoom on Tuesday 7 June 2022.

Key points about the scheme

  • Download full details of the 2022 Graduate Trainee scheme
  • Trainees commit to around 10hrs per week from home, plus helping out with weekend events
  • Gain experience in a wide variety of tasks, from marketing to production
  • Unpaid, but all expenses reimbursed
  • Deadline 2 June 2022, interviews 7 June 2022
  • Get in touch if you have any questions

The scheme explained

BREMF Trainees commit to around 10hrs per week of computer based work from home as well as attending at least 5 Festival events in Brighton, which this year take place between June and October. We aim for all trainees to gain experience in marketing, project management, production, and concert management

The BREMF Festival Trainee programme offers experience and training, as well as support with job applications including interview advice and references. As the trainees commitment to BREMF is part time, arranged flexibly to suit your schedule, plus weekends and evenings at Festival events, a Festival Traineeship is easily compatible with other paid work, and accessible to those who can’t afford to take on a full-time internship. Travel expenses and a meal allowance are provided for event days.