BabelScores® is pleased to announce the Call for Works for the First BabelScores® Reading Panel 2011. BabelScores® is looking for the most creative and innovative composers from all over the world to continue building a quality catalog with important contemporary music pieces. Composers of any age or nationality are invited to submit one to three works of any instrumentation or for electronics or mixed media to the BabelScores® Reading Pannel.
If the submitted piece/s is/are accepted then BabelScores® you will be invited to upload more pieces to the catalog for promoting your music worldwide and selling your scores. As composer, you will get the major part of your scores sales. The remaining part shall be kept by BabelScores® to cover its operative costs and financial autonomy. The strong web traffic and the Institutional Subscriptions (conservatories, universities, etc. from all over the world) allows BabelScores® to diffuse its music massively.
The BabelScores catalog offers a lot of advantages to composers:
– BabelScores® is a web platform which allows people to buy, rent and consult scores all over the world.
– BabelScores® do not retain any copyright.
– BabelScores® do not ask for exclusivity (you can offer or sell your scores by other means if you’d like to)
– BabelScores® creates cooperation agreements with different cultural institutions such as ensembles, festivals, universities, etc. in France and abroad for playing the music of our catalog.
– The composers are able to resign their engagement with BabelScores® at any time and with no penalty
– To be part of BabelScores® catalog is completely free.
For more information and instructions on how to submit your work, visit the website www.babelscores.com. Click on submit your work and then click effect submission. Please complete the online form and send it. You will need to upload at least one piece. BabelScores® guarantees not to use or diffuse your submitted work in anyway or by any media without your agreement.
Deadline for submitting your work: 31 May 2011
Results of the BabelScores® Reading Panel: late June 2011