The Annual General Meeting of the Composers Association of New Zealand will be held at 2pm on Saturday 18th February, 2012 at
Room 115, School of Music, 6 Symonds Street, Auckland
by kind permission of the School of Music, University of Auckland
The meeting will begin with the presentation of the CANZ Trust Fund Award at 2pm. This year’s award will be presented to Louise Webster.
If you are unable to attend, please email email@example.com to obtain a proxy form.
CANZ members are invited to submit up to two (2) works for consideration for performance at the ACL Festival in Tel Aviv in October 2012.
Deadline: Friday 30 March 2012
Conference and Music Festival Dates: 14-20 October 2012
Full details and application form can be found HERE
Information is also available at the website of the Israel Composers League
Call for scores for the Mauricio Kagel Composition Competition:
Conditions for Participation
a) The competition is open to all composers born after September 1st, 1972. Winners of the 2010
edition of the Mauricio Kagel Composition Competition are no longer eligible to enter.
b) The scores submitted must be unpublished and less than three years old.
c) Each composer is permitted to submit one score; which may be comprised of several pieces.
Details of the composition
• The score should be for one piano, and may include all of its facets and possibilities (solo,
four-hands, utilizing the interior of the piano, prepared piano, expansion of the instrument
• The pieces should have a level of difficulty suitable to be played by children/young adults.
• Instructions for performance must be written in German or English.
• The piece or group of pieces is expected to have a total length of between 6 and 15 minutes.
a) The participants are to anonymously send an envelope which is to be marked on the outside with a
freely chosen five-digit code which does not give any indication to the identity of the participant. The
envelope should contain:
1. six copies of the piano score (all anonymous, the composer’s name should not appear on the
score), each annotated with the same five-digit code.
2. an additional sealed envelope marked with the same code and containing the composer’s personal
data, a short curriculum vitae and two recent photos.
b) All entries must be postmarked no later than September 1st, 2012 and should be addressed to:
Universität für Musik und darstellende Kunst Wien
Institut Ludwig van Beethoven
The SMP ensemble are calling for scores for a concert in mid 2012.
Open to any NZ citizen or resident composer.
Instrumentation: minimum 8 players from: violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute/piccolo, clarinet/bass clarinet, oboe, bassoon, french horn, and voice (soprano). Electro-acoustic track (mono or stereo only, fixed media only) may be used. No percussion or miscellaneous items are allowed.
Maximum duration 10 minutes.
Deadline 31 March, 2012 (score), parts due 30 April.
Please note: no commission fee paid to the composer.
Further information: http://www.smpensemble.com/ or email: firstname.lastname@example.org