Grants awarded in 2015 included the following:

South London Gallery
Public Garden by artist Gabriel Orozco

Amici Integrated Dance Company
‘35 Amici Drive’ New Commission by Wolfgang Stange– London premiere Lyric Hammersmith

English National Ballet
‘She Said’: triple bill of 3 new commissions by female choreographers - ‘Broken Wings’ by Annabelle Lopez Ochoa, ‘Medea’ by Yabin Wang and ‘Fantastic Beings’ by Aszure Barton – London premiere Sadler’s Wells

Protein Dance
‘May Contain Food’ (working title) new commission by Luca Silvestrini and Orlando Gough – London premiere The Place

Sadler’s Wells Trust
‘Gravity Fatigue’, Hussein-Chalyan Project – London premiere Sadler’s Wells

Siobhan Davies Dance
‘Material/ Rearranged/ To/ Be’ new commission/ performance installation featuring works by choreographers Andrea Buckley, Siobhan Davies, Helka Kaski, Charlie Morrissey, Efrosini Protopapa, and Matthias Sperling; visual artists Jeremy Millar, Emma Smith, and design duo Glithero (Tim Simpson and Sarah van Gameren). Contributing fellows include Professor Jonathan Cole (neurophysiologist), Professor Guy Claxton (cognitive scientist), Dr. Scott deLahunta (dance theorist), Guido Orgs (cognitive psychologist) and Professor Anil Seth (neuroscientist) – London premiere, Barbican, Curve

Camden Arts Centre
‘Where we are Now’: 50th anniversary lecture and writing series at various venues across London 2015/16

The Special Relationship
Live Reading of ‘Moby Dick’ over an entire weekend as part of The London Literature Festival – South Bank Centre

London Arts Orchestra
‘A Symphony on Stage: Berlioz Symphonie Fantastique’ – LSO St Luke’s

London Philharmonic Orchestra
Young Composers Programme 2015-16, culminating in performance at Royal College of Music

London Sinfonietta
Coronet Residency, Elephant and Castle, February – April 2016

Psallite Women’s Choir
‘Sing a Song of Joy’ new commission by Janet Wheeler, performed Old Church Stoke Newington

10th Anniversary Jazz talent development programme - commissions and performance of 5 new pieces at November 2015 Jazz Festival: Adriano Adewale (UK/Brazil percussion, participant in Move On Up), Cecil Sharp House; Airelle Besson (France trumpet, participant in Take Five: Europe) Barbican Freestage; Lauren Sarah Hayes (Scotland – piano and electronics, participant in Air Time) Kings Place Foyer; Daniel Herskedal (Norway – tuba, participant in Take Five: Europe), Kings Place; Cevanne Horrocks-Hopayian (UK – harp and voice, participant in TakeFive: UK), Southbank Centre, Royal Festival Hall, Clore Ballroom

Sound and Music
Composer Development Residencies and performances – including David Coonan, Ryan Latimer and Ed Nesbit’s pieces performed by BBC Symphony Orchestra at BBC Maida Vale Studios; Aleks Kolkowski and Larry Achiampong at the British Library National Sound Archive; David Roche and Emma-Kate Matthews embedded with London Graduate Orchestra with performances at St Leonard’s Shoreditch; and Elo Masing, Alex Roth and Lawrence Dunn embedded with Sounding Motion, contemporary music & dance co., with performances at Clapham Omnibus

Spitalfields Music
‘Anno: Four Seasons’, new music/ video piece in response to Vivaldi’s 4 Seasons by Anna and Eleanor Meredith for the Scottish Ensemble – Oval Space, as part of Spitalfields 40th Anniversary Festival

Battersea Arts Centre
London premiere of Jo Clifford’s ‘Every One’ by Chris Goode Company

Camden People’s Theatre
‘Whose London is it Anyway?’, Theatre Festival exploring London’s Housing Crisis

New devised/ written play ‘Survivors’ by Christine Niering David Carey

Dash Arts
Soviet Series Phase IV: London Productions

New commission by James Graham, ‘Best of Enemies’, New Vic 2021/2022

Lyric Hammersmith
New interpretation of Simon Stephen’s ‘Herons’ involving young actors from the Lyric’s youth performance programme

Maya Productions
To commission/develop new play ‘Up North’ by Jonny Wright, aka XYM

New Diorama Theatre
Semi-devised production by David Byrne inspired by George Orwell’s ‘Down and Out in Paris and London’ and Polly Toynbee’s ‘Hard Work’

Royal Court
‘Cyprus Avenue’ new play by David Ireland, directed by Royal Court’s new artistic director, Vicky Featherstone, London premiere Jerwood Theatre Upstairs

Productions of 2 plays by joint winners of inaugural Playwriting Award: Bea Roberts’s ‘And Then Come the Nightjars’ and Paul Murphy’s ‘Valhallah’

Young Vic
‘Dance Macbeth’ directed by Carrie Cracknell and choreographed by Lucy Guerin

Art Licks
Art Licks Weekend 2015

Chisenhale Gallery, Showroom & Studio Voltaire
‘How to Work Together’, shared programme of International Contemporary Art Commissions, including:

Chisenhale Gallery
‘5 weeks, 25 days, 175 hours’, Maria Eichhorn exhibition, 2016

Koki Tanaka exhibition

Studio Voltaire
Sharon Hayes exhibition

Dulwich Picture Gallery
Winifred Knights (1899-1947) exhibition; support for catalogue publication

The Foundling Museum
‘Fallen Women’ Exhibition – support for sound installation by musician and composer, Steve Lewinson, and for special exhibition guide

Prem Sahib Exhibition

Peer Gallery
‘Out There’ year- long programme of commissions, exhibitions and audience development to maximise impact of scheduled capital improvements

Royal Academy of Arts
Jean-Etienne Liotard Exhibition