Call for Scores and Conference Papers: “Music as play – The toy piano takes the stage”

“Music as play – The toy piano takes the stage”, a two day festival with concerts and conference, is announcing a call for toy piano scores and a call for conference papers.

Full information can be found at the website:

https://music-as-play.wixsite.com/toypiano

Call for Scores: 

Composers of any nationality and age are invited to submit newly-composed works for toy piano. Selected works will be premiered during the festival in Como (Italy) by pianist Antonietta Loffredo and then on tour performances in other countries (Spain, Portugal and Australia).

Pieces for solo toy piano (37 key concert grand OR 25 key spinet OR 25 table top) or for toy piano and toy percussion. Up to 5 mins. Application fee of 30 Euros for up to two pieces. Closing date for submissions of scores: 9th December, 2018.

Call for Papers:

Proposals consisting of an abstract of not more than 300 words for spoken papers of 20 minutes. Abstracts are to be submitted in English and the conference language will be English. There is no fee to submit an abstract. Registration fee: 30 Euros. No additional fees for composers who have paid for score/s submission and wish to submit a paper as well.

ISCM World Music Days 2019 in Estonia

The official Call for Works is now released for ISCM’s World Music Days 2019 in Tallinn and Tartu, Estonia. The 2019 event will be held in collaboration with the Estonian Music Days’ 40th Anniversary, 2-10 May 2019.

Choral music is a particular strength of this festival (hence the multiple submission categories dedicated to it), as well as an interest in experiments between music and other artistic disciplines, including the intersections between music and architecture, theatre, audiovisual art, and literature. Also of note is the category for free improvisation, which may interest composer-performers active in this area.

Young composers are also encouraged to apply. Composers up to the age of 35 are eligible for the ISCM Young Composer’s Award, which includes a €5000 prize and a commission for a future ISCM event.

CANZ is the official NZ member (Section) of the ISCM, and will be selecting and submitting six works to the ISCM International Panel for consideration, from which at least one work will be selected for performance at the festival. We now invite members to submit works to CANZ for the initial selection. The deadline for submission to CANZ is Friday 14 September 2018. Please send all materials electronically to <president@canz.net.nz>. Receipt of your submission will be acknowledged.

You must be a current member of CANZ to make a submission to our official NZ entry (if you wish to join CANZ, please see http://canz.net.nz/join-canz/). Preference will be given to works composed after 2013, and to composers who are yet to experience an ISCM WMD festival. The Official Submission from CANZ will aim to include six works fitting at least four of the 14 submission categories. It is essential that you ensure your entry matches the specifications for one of the categories, described below:

Category 1 Orchestral works
Category 2 String orchestra
Category 3 Wind ensemble with conductor
Category 4 Ensemble with conductor
Category 5 Chamber music 1-6 players (“Pierrot Plus Percussion” etc. and subsets) Category 6 Chamber music 1-5 players (ensembles involving the traditional Estonian kannel)
Category 7 String quartet
Category 8 1-2 instruments
Category 9 Mixed choir
Category 10 Male choir
Category 11 Female choir
Category 12 Electronic pieces & Installations
Category 13 Jazz ensemble
Category 14 Free improvisation

World Music Days 2019 is jointly present with the annual contemporary music festival Estonian Music Days, organized by Estonian Composers’ Union.
The event takes place from 2-10 May in Tallinn and Tartu.

More info: www.worldmusicdays2019.ee
info@worldmusicdays2019.ee

Category 1 

Orchestral works
(Max: 4fl, 4ob, 3fag, 4cl, 4Hn, 4trpt, 4tbn, 1tb, 5perc, 1hp, Strings: 17, 14, 12, 10, 8)

For further reference please visit:
http://www.erso.ee/about/musicians_/?lang=en#95

10′-15′
Estonian National Symphony Orchestra www.erso.ee

Soloists are possible, if the section covers the costs.

Category 2 

String orchestra

a) String orchestra 

55432 (players, not desks) 10′-15′
Tallinn Chamber Orchestra http://www.filharmoonia.ee/tko

b) String orchestra with mixed choir 

Tallinn Chamber Orchestra and Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir 6666
10′-15′
http://www.filharmoonia.ee/tko

Category 3 

Wind ensemble with conductor *
2 fl, 1 ob, 3 cl, 1 fag, 2 alt-sax, 1 ten-sax, 1 bar-sax, 3 Corni, 4 trbe, 3 trni, 2 euf, 2 tb, 1 Cb, 4 perc, guit.
3′-10′

The event takes place in open air. Traditional brass band genres such as marches etc are welcome.

https://www.ppaorkester.ee/

Category 4 

Ensemble with conductor

a) Large ensemble 6-8 players and mezzo soprano with conductor 

with optional electronics
fl, cl, 2 perc, pf, vln, vla, vc and mezzo-sopr
up to 15′
Norrbotten NEO (Sweden) http://norrbottensmusiken.se/ensembler/norrbotten-neo/

b) Ensemble works with audiovisuals 

fl, cl, e-guitar, perc, vno, vla, vc, electronics up to 20′
Tallinn New Music Ensemble – https://enmtallinn.com/

Category 5 

Chamber music 1-6 players

a) Ensemble with optional live electronics. Works will be staged in a theatrical context
Fl, Cl, Perc, Pf, Vno, Vc
up to 15′

http://uuu.ee/

By submitting to this category, the composers confirm to agree that their pieces will be performed in a theatrical context and setting.
All possible combinations of given instruments from solos to the full ensemble are welcome.

b) Ensemble 1-5 players with electronics 

Fl, Cl, Arpa, Pf, Vc
up to 15′
Defunensemble (Finland) http://www.defunensemble.fi/

All possible combinations of given instruments from solos to the full ensemble are welcome.

c) Ensemble of 4 players ob, perc, vc, cb
up to 20′
Copeco All stars http://www.copeco.net/

All possible combinations of given instruments from solos to the full ensemble are welcome.

Category 6 

Chamber music 1-5 players

a) Ensemble of 4 players with vocal soloist. 

Concert will have literary addition (in the format of Poetry slam). Composers are encouraged to offer a poem or literary excerpt, which is to be read before or after the performance of the piece
Fl, Kannel, Vc, alto

up to 10′
Ensemble Resonabilis
http://www.resonabilis.com/index_eng.html
All possible combinations of given instruments from solos to the full ensemble are welcome.

Pieces originally conceived for other instruments that are similar to the Kannel (e.g. kantele, kokle, kankles, harp, guitar, koto, gayageum, qin etc) are welcome. If it is not possible to perform the part written for that instrument on a kannel, then the composer who is proposing the piece is expected to rework the part so that it is playable on the kannel .

b) Ensemble of 1-3 players 

harp, kannel, harpsichord up to 15′
Ensemble Una Corda http://unacorda.net/

All possible combinations of given instruments from solos to the full ensemble are welcome.

Scores featuring instruments similar to the kannel would also be considered if the part is playable on a kannel or could be adapted by the composer, as per Category 6a above.

Category 7 

String quartet
up to 10′
Ensemble Yxus http://www.yxusensemble.ee/

Category 8 

1-2 instruments

a) 2 pianos (solo or duo) + optional electronics (prerecorded material) 

Pieces up to 10′
Kadri-Ann Sumera / Talvi Hunt

b) 2 Double bases
Pieces up to 5’
Jaanus Siniväli / Kristin Kuldkepp

c) 2 percussionists (non pitched percussion instruments only)
Pieces up to 5’
Vambola Krigul / Madis Metsamart

d) 2 clarinetists (available instruments 2 Cl in B, 1 Cl in basso and 1 Cl in Es) Pieces up to 5’
Signe Sõmer / Helena Tuuling

e) Koto and Estonian chromatic Kannel (solo or duo)
Pieces up to 15’
Kristi Mühling / Naoko Kikuchi
http://kristimyhling.com/kannel/ http://www.resonabilis.com/index_eng.html

Works originally scored for other instruments would also be considered if the composer is willing to adapt them so that they are playable as per Categories 6a and 6b above.

f) flute, soprano and electronics 

Pieces up to 15’
AFEKT Soloists: Monika Mattiesen
Sirje Aleksandra Viise, Tammo Sumera (electronics)

g) organ solo (with optional electronics)
Pieces up to 15’
Ulla Krigul

h) Violin and electronics (live electronics or Buchla) George Kentros / Mattias Petersson http://nomoremusic.se/
Pieces up to 5’

Category 9 : Mixed choir 5′-15′

a) a cappella
b) with electronics (pre-recorded only)
c) with solo instrument (Fl, Cl, Perc, Vno, Vc and C-b are possible) and optional electronics.
Please choose one solo instrument from the list above.
d) with 1 tenor soloist 

Estonian Philharmonic Chamber Choir 

6666

https://www.epcc.ee/en/

A cappella, electronics, Solo instruments 

Vox clamantis 

4344 (2+2)

www.voxclamantis.ee

A cappella, electronics 

Latvian Radio Choir 

6666

http://www.radiokoris.lv/en/choir

A cappella 

Collegium Musicale 

6666

http://www.collegiummusicale.ee/en/

A cappella, Tenor Soloist 

Category 10 

Male choir
49 singers
up to 10′
a) a cappella
b) with 1-4 string instruments (2 Vno, Vla, Vc)
Estonian National Male Choir https://concert.ee/en/kollektiiv/eesti-rahvusmeeskoor/

Category 11 

Female choir
16, 12, 15, 9
up to 10′
a) a cappella
b) with early music instruments 

Ellerhein

http://ellerhein.ee/en/

Hortus Musicus

https://concert.ee/en/kollektiiv/hortus-musicus/

1) discant and alto bombard (also recorders from soprano to bass)
2) recorders from sopranino to bass, dulcian, tenor bombard, rauschpfeiff 3) tenor and bass trombones
4) violin
5) g-violone (tuning from up c-g-d-a-e-b)
6) double bass
7) cembalo/organ
8) tenor voice, percussion*
9) baritone voice, percussion*
10) bass voice, percussion*

* renaissance drums, cymbals, tambourines etc.

Category 12 

Electronic pieces & Installations

Estonian Electronic Music Society ́s Ensemble 

live electronics (up to 6 players). Possible equipment: Max Msp, C-sound, DIY electronics, synthesizers (analog, digital, modular).

a) Electroacoustic pieces for tape (prerecorded MP3 file) only. 

up to 20′

b) Electroacoustic pieces for live electronics (up to 6 players. Max Msp, C-sound, DIY electronics)

c) Installations 

Sound installations of smaller size, which will be placed in the context of the concert venues

Category 13 

Jazz ensemble
up to 6-7 players, chosen from:
voice, saxophone, piano, guitar, bass, drums (additional instruments can be added). Different combinations are encouraged: 2 voices; 2 drums, etc.

The use of pre-recorded electronic sound is also welcome. Composers should submit stereo sound files along with their performance materials.
Priority given to works of 6′ or less. All combinations of saxophones is also suitable. It is possible to submit a piece that uses 2 drummers.

In collaboration with Estonian Jazz Union

www.jazz.ee

Category 14 Free improvisation 

up to ca 15’-20’
Hosted by Improtest series

This category is open to composers-improvisers. It is possible to perform with the Improtest house band (1 keyboard player, 1 electric guitarist). The composers are requested to send some demo material.

35th Asian Composers League Festival Taiwan 2018 Call for Scores

Orchestra: 8~12 mins. Usual instrumentation; may be concertos, but the composers should invite and fully support their soloist(s).
3333-4331-1Timp.+3Perc.-Strings

Chinese Orchestra: 8~12 mins. Instrumentation should be limited within:
4 Gaohu, 4 Erhu I, 4 Erhu II, 6 Zonghu, 4 Gehu, 2 Beigehu, 2 Xiaoruan, 3 Zhongruan, 2 Daruan, 2 Pipa, 2 Yangqin, 1 Guzheng, 1 Gaodi, 2 Zhongdi, 1 Xindi, 2 Soprano Sheng, 1 Alto Sheng, 1 Bass Sheng, 1 Soprano Suona, 1 Alto Suona, 1 Tenor Suona, 4 Percussion

Choral Music: within 8 mins. Chamber Choir with 18 singers:
5 Sopranos, 4 Altos, 4 Tenors, 5 Basses. With or without piano accompaniment. Prepared piano is not possible.

Chamber Music for Chinese and Western Instruments: within 10 mins. For 6~10 players.

Chinese instruments should be limited within: 1 Erhu, 1 Pipa, 1 Di, 1 Sheng, 1 Zheng

Western Instruments should be limited within: 1 Flute/Picc, 1 B♭/A Clarinet, 1 Alto Saxophone, 2 Violin, 1 Viola, 1 Cello, 1 Piano. Prepared piano is not possible.

Chamber Music: within 10 mins. Instrumentation should be limited within:
1 Flute/Picc, 1 B♭/A Clarinet, 1 Alto Saxophone, 2 Violin, 1 Viola, 1 Cello, 1 Piano. Prepared piano is not possible.
A: For 4~5 players
B: For 1~3 players
May include traditional instruments, but the composers should invite and fully support the musician(s).

Percussion Ensemble: within 10 mins. Up to 6 percussionists.

Electroacoustics/Multimedia: 5~10 mins., works more than 10 minutes in duration will be at a disadvantage.

Category: tape music/acousmatic music (up to 8-channel), solo instrument/voice + electronics, ensemble + electronics (no more than 3 instruments), audio-visual work.

Submission material: recording (CD,DVD), score (if with instrument(s)), technical specifications.

Completed application form – Application Form ACL Taiwan 2018

Deadline: all the required material should be RECEIVED by CANZ BEFORE 26 February 2018.

Please email materials to president@canz.net.nz

 

The 35th ACL Conference and Festival Young Composers Competition

Duration should be within 8 mins. A work written for a duet of two heterogeneous instruments, from the following – two groups respectively:
Group A: Violin, Viola, Violoncello and Double Bass
Group B: Flute/Picc, Oboe, B ♭ /A Clarinet and Bassoon

NOTE: only duos for one string instrument with one woodwind instrument will be considered.

Each ACL country shall select a Young Composer Representative under the age of 30 (born after
Oct. 19, 1987), and the score should be received by CANZ BEFORE 26 February 2018.

Please email materials to president@canz.net.nz

IMPORTANT
Each applicant can submit up to 2 compositions. When a composition is selected to be performed
in the festival, the applicant needs to provide a score and parts at no charge, and is responsible for clearing all the performance-related rights of the piece. If the composition includes traditional
instruments that cannot be found in Taiwan, the applicant needs to provide the instruments for rehearsal and performing use, and to invite instrumentalists when needed.
The host country will ONLY consider applications sent through ACL official members.
Any compositions previously submitted to any ACL music festivals cannot be submitted to this festival. The Applicant must submit one score (copied and bound). For electroacoustic compositions, one score or guide and the system plan must be submitted.

ACL-Taiwan Contact Information:
Email: info@acl-taiwan.org.tw
Fax: +886-2- 8809-2522
Add: P.O. Box 2-40 Tamsui Zhuwei, New Taipei City 25199, TAIWAN

Franco Donatoni Competition for Young Composers

Composers of any nationality, born after 1st January 1982, are eligible to participate in the selection by submitting one (or more) composition(s) for an instrumental ensemble of between 5 and 12 performers by 10th January 2018.

An international jury will select by 15th February 2018 three compositions that will be performed by Divertimento Ensemble in Milan on 29th March within the 2018 Rondò concert season.

The three selected composers will then be asked to write a new composition for soprano, baritone and ensemble, whose duration must be between 8 and 12 minutes; the three new compositions will be performed during the 2019 Rondò concert season, on the occasion of the fifth edition of the ‘Franco Donatoni’ International Meeting for Young Composers. The selected composers (who will have delivered score and parts within the deadline foreseen by the rules) will take part in the rehearsals in Milan and will work in close contact with the musicians of the ensemble and the singers.

RULES

1. Composers of any nationality, born after 1st January 1982, are eligible to participate in the selection to take part in the ‘Franco Donatoni’ International Meeting for Young Composers. Each applicant may submit one (or more) composition(s) for an instrumental ensemble of between 5 and 12 performers.

2. All applicants should submit by 10th January 2018 the following online form for each score submitted:
http://idea.divertimentoensemble.it/application-form-franco-donatoni-international-meeting-2018/

In the enrollment form you’ll be asked to attach:
– the score/scores;
– a copy of an ID document.
After filling out the form, you will be addressed to the PayPal page to pay the enrollment fee of € 30 for each score submitted (this fee will only be reimbursed in case the ‘International Meeting’ is cancelled).
Should the PayPal payment not be possible, you may proceed to bank transfer as follows:
Banca Prossima, bank account in the name of Divertimento Ensemble,
IBAN IT70P0335901600100000101448
showing as payment reason First Name, Surname, Internation Meeting ‘Franco Donatoni’.
You’ll then be asked to send copy of the money transfer to idea@divertimentoensemble.it.

3. Original scores as well as scores that have already been published and/or performed are both eligible for submission. They should not be anonymous. If possible, they should be accompanied with a recording of the performance.

4. An international jury of five composers (Franck Bedrossian, Sandro Gorli, Mauro Lanza, Fabien Lévy andGabriele Manca) will select by 15th February 2018 three composers who will be invited to take part in the International Meeting. The selected composers will be personally informed, and the selection will also be announced on IDEA’s website by 16th February 2018.

5. The three chosen scores will be performed during Divertimento Ensemble’s 2018 Rondò concert season on March 29th, in Milan.

6. Each of the three selected composers will furthermore be invited to write a 8-12 minutes composition for soprano, baritono and ensemble with words by the Italian poet and writer Pier Paolo Pasolini. The score and the parts must be delivered by 31st December 2018.

7. The three new works will be performed by Divertimento Ensemble in 2019 in Milan, on the occasion of the fifth edition of the ‘Franco Donatoni’ International Meeting for Young Composers, within Divertimento Ensemble’s 2019 Rondò concert season.

8. The three selected composers will take part in the rehearsals of their new composition, working in close contact with musicians and singers. Each composer will be entitled to a reimbursement of Euro 1,000 gross, for travel, board and lodging expenses incurred.

9. Each applicant, by submitting his/her application to participate in the International Meeting, agrees unconditionally to be bound by these rules.

Mise-en Music Festival 2018

ensemble mise-en is thrilled to announce the call for scores for the MISE-EN MUSIC FESTIVAL 2018! The festival has featured more than 30 pieces each year since 2014.

In order to participate, all selected composers are required to attend the festival. Selected composers will have the chance to collaborate with ensemble mise-en as well as other guest ensembles. This is a unique opportunity to share your work with not only a New York City audience, but also with visiting musicians and composers from around the world.

In 2018, two of the selected composers will also receive a residency opportunity at MISE-EN_PLACE Bushwick during the festival (June 27-30).

Deadline: December 15, 2017 (EST 11:59PM)

Submission Fee: $25

The guidelines for the submissions:

1. Applicants may be of any nationality and age.
2. Selected composers must be present at the festival (June 27-30, 2018) in New York City.
3. You may only send one piece per category. Please note that multiple submissions are welcome, but each must be submitted as a separate entity.
4. Those composers chosen to write new works (CATEGORY #4) will be notified by January 1st, 2018. All other composers chosen to participate in the festival will be notified by February 28th, 2018.

CATEGORIES
1. Chamber Ensemble (2-8 musicians including a conductor) with/without electronics
2. Solo Instrument (any standard orchestral instruments) with/without electronics
3. Chamber Orchestra (up to 20-piece ensemble) with/without electronics
4. Proposal for a new piece (flute, clarinet, trombone, piano, percussion, violin and cello with/without electronics)*

*This category is for undeveloped works or works-in-progress. Selected works must be completed and submitted by mid-April 2018 for inclusion in the festival program.

For more information see https://festival.mise-en.org/submission/

Torre Della Quarda – 2018

The composition competition “Torre della Quarda” is an international event; it will be a key element of Festival Internazionale di Musica di Savona and it will contribute to enrich an artistic proposal which has reached in 2018 its sixth edition.

The principal objective of the competition is to give support to the composition of new musical pieces and to promote the creativity in the musical field. Our hope is to bring the best emerging talent of composition from all over the world to Savona.

The participation will be open to competitors from all countries, without limits of age, aesthetic trends and compositional styles. Our aim is to stimulate a dynamic relationship between an active audience and authors sensitive to creative innovation. The winners will receive their awards in a special ceremony during the Festival and their compositions will be played as concerts, parts of the Festival itself.

A further aim of the competition is to act as a significant occasion of cross interaction, overcoming generational and geographical divides. Different generations of composers will have the opportunity to meet and compare their various perspectives. The same will happen between musical schools of different origins, born from different cultures but sharing the universal language of sound.

The candidates for the participation in the competition must pay a fee, under title of a donation, as a reimbursement of expenses (not refundable) of:
Euros 15 for section 1 (chamber music)
Euros 35 for section 2 (orchestra)

Scores must be received no later than 15th April 2018

For instrumentation and further information see http://www.ensemblenuovemusiche.eu/en/composition-competition-2018/

CALL FOR SCORES “RISUONANZE 2018”

Associazione Culturale TKE is calling for pieces to be performed at the “Risuonanze 2018 – incontri di nuove musiche” Festival, which will take place in Friuli Venezia Giulia region – Italy.

The Call is open to composers of any nationality and age.

Pieces should be written or the specified instruments and chamber groups; use of tape and/or electronics is not allowed.

The submitted works should not have been premiered in any public performance in Italy; if selected, these works will be presented as “world premieres” or “Italian premieres”.

Works of any aesthetic and stylistic direction, not longer than 6 minutes in duration may be submitted.

All music performed in the Festival will be radio-broadcast and professionally recorded; composers will be given a copy of the recording of their works.

18 Euros (non-refundable) must be payed via bank transfer or PayPal as a donation for contribution to costs; this amount allows to submit 1 to 6 different works.

Festival “Risuonanze 2018” is based on the direct relationship between composers and audience, so composers attending the performances are much appreciated. In that case, there is no refund for travel and lodging fees.

Associazione Culturale TKE may select one or more pieces in each category; it may also decide not to choose any composition.

Submission deadline: March 19th, 2018

Please see the following page for the range of available instrumentation: http://www.risuonanze.it/calls/call.html

Australian and New Zealand Viola Society Viola Composition Competition 2017

Entries are invited for the 2017 ANZVS Viola Composition Competition.

Aim: To promote composition and performance of new viola works in Australia and New Zealand.

Closing dates for all 2017 Divisions: 2 August 2017

Conditions of Entry:

  1. The composer must be a resident or citizen of Australia or New Zealand
  2. Divisions. There are two age divisions:
    Student: Under 18 years old as of 31 July 2017
    Open: 18 years old or over as of 31 July 2017
    Categories: (Both divisions have two categories)
    Composers may submit one entry in each category:
    Viola Solo Category: Viola Solo (unaccompanied)
    Viola Ensemble Category: Two or more violas
    (only viola ensembles – no other instrument allowed)
  3. Pieces are to be up to five minutes duration.
  4. The composition must indicate metronome markings and duration.
  5. The composition must not have been previously performed in public, or previously published, nor may it be a transcription in part or whole ofanother work that has been previously published or performed.
  6. Each composition including score and parts, is to be submitted electronically including a soundfile and entry form. Email a request for the official entry form and detailed guide to Olwyn Green: cogreen@actrix.co.nz with the heading: ANZVS Viola Comp Entry Form Request
  7. The manuscript must be easily legible when printed on A4 portrait sheets with consideration given to convenient page turns (if needed) for the performer. The composer must be identified on the manuscript itself by a nom-de-plume to ensure anonymity.
  8. Judging: ANZVS has appointed a panel of three judges with a range of experience in composition and performance on the viola. The panel’s decision is final and no correspondence will be entered into.
  9. Prizes for each division:
    Student: $250 in prize money for each category
    (Solo & Ensemble) to be distributed at the judges’ discretion.
    Open: $500 in prize money for each category
    (Solo & Ensemble) to be distributed at the judges’ discretion.
    Special prizes: Up to $100 to be awarded at the judges’ discretion.
    The judges reserve the right not to award a prize or modify the amount of any prize.
  10. The winning, highly commended compositions and entries from composers who attend the viola days will then be performed in the workshop and awards session:
    September 3rd, 9:00–10:30 am at the 44th International Viola Congress in Wellington
  11. Results will be published in the issue of the ANZVS Journal after all the prizes have been awarded.
  12. Manuscripts and photocopies will be retained to be used in workshops at the congress. At all times copyright remains with the composer.

Closing date 2nd August, 2017.

Call for scores – NZ Harp Duo Composition Competition

The New Zealand Harp Duo are pleased to announce a competition for a new composition for two concert harps.
Two first prizes are offered, one for each category.

Category 1: 2-4 minutes
Must be currently enrolled in secondary school
Prize money $300

Category 2: 4-8 minutes
Under 30 years of age
Prize money $600

The winning compositions will be performed as part of the NZ Harp Duo’s concert series in 2017.

Closing date: entries must be received by midnight on the 19th August. Winners will be notified by 30th of September.

For further information see http://nzharpduo.com/composers-competition

Call for Scores: Osmose Intermezzo

https://danbaas.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/osmose-intermezzo/

We kindly invite composers to submit scores. The call is open to composers of any nationality and age. Pieces should be written for professional duo of violoncelli, only one work per composer. Submitted work must be premiered work in Belgium.

Duration : 3 minutes maximum

Participation fee : 20 euros (the entry fees are not refundable). Registration becomes effective after receipt of the fee. Please send short recent CV (5 lines), proof of the payment and readable score format PDF to the following address : dan.baas@skynet.be

Deadline : July, 30, 2017

Selected composers will be notified by email on September, 30, 2017.