Is there a classical music topic you would like to write about? Corymbus is featuring a growing amount of new writing, and I am actively looking for new submissions.
No qualifications or academic credentials are required to contribute, although writing experience is desirable.
The aim of Corymbus is to enlighten and encourage curiosity, while being accessible to those who don’t have prior knowledge of the classical repertoire, music theory, or academic terminology.
I am particularly keen to hear from anyone practising musicology who would like to engage a wider audience in their area of research. I am also very interested to feature writing that connects classical music to other art forms, fields, and areas of study.
Please note that unfortunately Corymbus does not have sufficient funding to offer fees for writers at present – for more information on our call for funding, see here.
If you have a topic you would like to write about, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a brief synopsis for an article.
Simon Brackenborough, founder and editor of Corymbus.