Since starting this website, Corymbus has featured in-depth perspectives on classical music from a variety of authors, including university lecturers, PhD students, and knowledgeable enthusiasts.
If you’re researching a classical musical topic, or if you have an idea for an article that you think readers might be interested in, I’m keen to hear from you.
No qualifications or credentials are required to contribute to Corymbus, though writing experience is essential. I am looking for thoughtful and compelling writing which is well researched. Before getting in touch, I recommend reading some of the existing content to get a feel for what the site is about.
To propose an article, email me at simon (at) corymbus.co.uk. Outline in a few sentences what the article would cover, the sources you would use, and link me to any previous published writing you may have.
Please note that Corymbus relies on reader donations and unfortunately there is not sufficient funding to offer writer fees at present. I would very much like this to change! For more information on the funding drive to make Corymbus financially viable in the long term, see the funding page.
Simon Brackenborough, founder and editor of Corymbus.