Regional Co-ordinator, Nottingham

  • This role is a 12 months fixed-term contract.

“Ambitious and inspiring” The Guardian
“Combining social purpose with serious artistic endeavour” New York Times
“Streetwise has completely changed my life” Streetwise Opera performer

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This notice was last updated on 10 July 2018.

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We are creating a new website for Streetwise Opera. We want the new site to reflect the voices and values of everyone involved with our work. Therefore, we want to hear your opinion.

The survey will remain open until Monday 20 August. To take part, please click here.

A Concert of Hope to remember those who have died on the streets of Manchester

17 July 2018

Street Requiem is an opportunity to experience sheer beauty, profound melancholy, and absolute hope and joy.

Street Requiem photos

Streetwise Opera performs at Home in Manchester (Photo: Greg Kiefer). Download a full-resolution image here.

More photos to follow.

A Concert of Hope

The uplifting and powerful Street Requiem, that has inspired and delighted audiences around the world, will be performed at Manchester Cathedral to remember those who have died on the streets.

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How music is helping our performers change their lives

28 June 2018

Our Impact Report 2017-2018 details the difference that our work is making in the lives of our performers.

The world is my song

Streetwise Opera celebrates the power of art to change the world, in a performance inspired by the Speech Acts exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery.

Refugee Week Launch in Nottingham

Join us at The Queen's Gallery as we celebrate Love, the most expansive, generous and spiritually enlightening form of energy, in this performance set at a Hindu wedding.