Production pool

The Danish Composers' Society's Produktionspulje (Production pool) supports PRODUCTION og COMMISSION FEES.

The pool supports outreach initiatives for contemporary music concerts, festivals, book publications, educational projects, work with strategic audience development, etc.

Who can apply?

DKF's Production Pool can be applied for by anyone working on projects that promote and support new art music and sound art in the Danish and international music environment / cultural life.

The pool supports projects in all the different types of new art and sound art on the Danish stage: acoustic chamber music, orchestral music, electro-acoustic music, electronica, music drama, sound art, church music, vocal music and new experimental music for and with children and young people.

It further aims to contribute to strengthening the public and artistic impact of projects through demands for a professional PR effort in the supported projects.

Before applying for:

What is considered in the assessment phase?

  • The project on its own merits must appear artistically well prepared
  • The overall music cultural significance of the project, including its ability to create visibility and stimulate the concert environment within its field
  • The project's potential impact.

It is also important that funding is fairly allocated between the various musical expressions that are represented in the Danish Composers' Society. Furthermore, it is important that the projects are carried out with professional and effective communication and public relations.

When you have been supported

After receiving financial support from the Production pool, it is a condition of the grant that both the Danish Composers' Society and Koda are credited in concert programs , posters , websites in the following terms:

"with support from KODA Culture". Find logo here

How are the funds granted?

The funds are granted as a guarantee in case of deficiency. This means that your revenue from the project must not exceed your expenses. The funds granted must be used in accordance with the information contained in the application.

If you wish to change the use of funds, this requires permission from the Distribution Council. The grant will lapse automatically if the project requested is not completed within 2 years, unless a separate agreement has been reached.

It is a requirement to submit final accounts for the project before the payment can take place.


All grants are published here on this website. Refused applications are not published.