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 THE MATAN GIVOL INTERNATIONAL COMPOSERS COMPETITION 2020
Summary:3–6 instrument call
Deadline: 15 March 2020
Date Posted: 24 December 2019
Details: Composers from all over the world are invited to present works for Meitar Ensemble.
The competition is an open call for composers of all ages and nationalities.

I. PRIZE FOR THE WINNING COMPOSITIONS
The winning piece will be performed and live recorded in a concert on May 9th 2020 in the Israel Conservatory, Tel Aviv.
Two prizes will be awarded: 1st prize, 1,500 Euros and 2nd prize, 500 Euros (gross sums).

II. CONDITIONS FOR ENTRY AND APPLICATION
• There are no age limit or nationality restrictions for composers.
• Instruments: The compositions submitted for the competition must be written for 3-6 instruments from the following: Flute, clarinet, bassoon, violin, cello & piano. Usage of prepared piano should be discussed with the ensemble.
• No usage of additional instruments (instruments which are not on the list, live electronics, etc.) is allowed.
• Scores submissions via email only. Scores will not be accepted if they do not meet the conditions for entry.
• The works duration must be between 8 to 15 minutes.
• Pieces that have won awards in other competitions will not be accepted, never the less, pieces subjected to the competition are not obliged to be new compositions.
• The jury’s decision is final and cannot be legally challenged. Furthermore, the jury reserves the right to award no prize.
• The results of the Competition will be announced on the web site www.meitar.net and the social networks no later than April 10th 2020.
• Deadline for entries: The scores, the registration application and the enclosed documents must be sent no later than March 15th 2020 (23:59 Jerusalem time) to the following email address: ceme.meitarensemble@gmail.com

A COMPLETE APPLICATION WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
1. A full online Application Form (see at bottom of the page)
2. Scores (in PDF format) to be under pseudonym (the committee will not receive the participants names) + Short description of the work
3. An artistic and academic curriculum
4. A copy of the entry fee payment document (see below)

Web Site:www.meitar.net/composers-compe...

 Luna Nova 2020 Student Composition Contest
Summary:Chamber Call
Deadline: 01 March 2020
Date Posted: 24 December 2019
Details: The Luna Nova 2020 Student Composition Contest is offered in conjunction with the Belvedere Chamber Music Festival to be held June 17-20, 2020 at Grace-St. Luke’s Episcopal Church in Memphis, Tennessee. The festival is sponsored by Luna Nova Music (www.lunanova.org) and the Beethoven Club.

ELIGIBILITY
The contest is open to music composition students of any nationality who are 18 years or older. Recent graduates are also eligible provided that they graduated on or after May 1, 2018. They must give the name and contact information of their current or most recent theory/composition professor.

GUIDELINES
Participants may submit one score and accompanying mp3. The work may be for violin, flute, clarinet, cello, guitar, and piano. Entries may be solos or works for any combination of these instruments. Works should not exceed 10 minutes in length and should have no electronic requirements.

ONLINE GUIDELINES
Contest Announcement and Guidelines: www.belvederefestival.org/2020contest.pdf

ONLINE ENTRY FORMS
www.surveymonkey.com/r/3JRVJTP

DEADLINE
Pdfs of scores and mp3s must be received by 11:45 p.m. CST, March 1, 2020. (Computer realizations will be accepted if a live recording is not available.) Winners will be posted at by April 1, 2020. Composers of winning entries must provide full score and parts by May 1, 2020.

JUDGING
A panel assembled by the Luna Nova Music board will judge scores. The panel will take logistical issues into consideration. Their decision will be final.

PRIZES
Up to three winners will be named. Winning compositions will be performed by members of the Luna Nova Ensemble at the 2020 Belvedere Festival in Memphis. Winners are expected to attend. They will receive a live recording of the performance. Room and board will be provided free for the winners. Winners are responsible for their own transportation to Memphis.

Former contest winners are not eligible to enter.

RECORDINGS
Recordings of the Luna Nova Ensemble are available here.
Questions may be sent to Patricia Gray, Luna Nova Music President at pgray@pgray.net or 901-493-0958.
Web Site:www.belvederefestival.org/cont...

 Random Access Music / 2020 Queens New Music Festival
Summary:Piano Quintet (optional vocal) Competition
Deadline: 01 February 2020
Date Posted: 18 December 2019
Details: Random Access Music is pleased to announce its 2020 Call for Scores.

RAM seeks new concert music for quintet (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano) with or without soprano. The RAM Players will perform the winning composition(s), judged by our RAM panel, at the Queens New Music Festival held in Long Island City, Queens, NY. Festival dates: May 13 - 16, 2020.

RAM is proud to continue our tradition of a no-fee, anonymous Call for Scores. There are no age, gender, or geographic limitations as to who may submit a score. RAM conducts this anonymous call for scores each year. A facilitator receives the scores and presents them anonymously to the panel of judges comprised of the composers and performer members of RAM.

Random Access Music’s 2020 Queens New Music Festival is honoring the centenary of the 19th Amendment, which extended women's suffrage throughout the United States. The theme of the festival, “…we, the whole people..”, is based on a quote from Susan B. Anthony’s speech after her arrest for voting in the 1872 presidential election.

“It was we, the people; not we, the white male citizens; nor yet we, the male citizens; but we, the whole people, who formed the Union. And we formed it, not to give the blessings of liberty, but to secure them; not to the half of ourselves and the half of our posterity, but to the whole people -- women as well as men.” SUSAN B. ANTHONY, speech after her arrest for voting in the 1872 presidential election

Call for Scores Requirements

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1, 2020.
Announcement of winner(s): March 1, 2020.

Submissions are anonymous and composers MUST replace their names with a pseudonym on any pages in the score where their name appears.

Instrumentation: Quintet (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano) with or without Soprano.

Entry Fee: 0.00

There are no age or geographic requirements for submitting composers.
The work should be a composition 6-12 minutes in length.

The work may NOT have been commercially published, or previously awarded a prize in any contest or competition, though it MAY have been premiered or recorded elsewhere.

The work must have been written in the past 12 years.

Works requiring electronics are eligible provided any required technology, including playback devices, mics, cables, stands, speakers, etc., are supplied and operated by the composer or the composer’s representative.

Although we cannot fund travel or hotel costs, RAM strongly encourages and welcomes the submitting composers to plan to attend the concert and rehearsals.
An archival video and audio of the performance will be available to the winning composer(s).

We are ONLY accepting submissions electronically, as PDF files only.

Only the title of the piece, a pseudonym, and instrumentation may appear on the score. Be sure to remove your name from any pages it appears on in the PDF (cover, interior, copyright, etc.). Failure to OMIT your real name will result in disqualification.

The file should be named using your pseudonym: “mypseudonym_RAMsubmission2020.pdf”

A second PDF document must contain your full name, the pseudonym used on the score, address, phone number, and email address. It should be named using your pseudonym: “mypseudonym_contactinfo2020.pdf”


Submission Materials: (please no Word or Text documents, PDF only)
– 1 PDF Score, marked with a pseudonym, named: “mypseudonym_RAMsubmission2020.pdf”
– 1 PDF Information Document, named: “mypseudonym_contactinfo2020.pdf”
Failure to adhere to the submission guidelines will result in the work’s disqualification.
Recordings (mp3) – live or MIDI realizations – may be sent, but are not required.
Random Access Music (RAM) conducts an anonymous call for scores each year. A facilitator, who is the only person to see your emails, receives the scores and presents them anonymously to the panel of judges comprised of the composers and performer members of RAM.

More information about Random Access Music
https://www.ram-nyc.org/

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1, 2020.

Web Site:www.ram-nyc.org/post/2020-ram-...

 Left Edge Percussion
Summary:Percussion competition
Deadline: 15 February 2020
Date Posted: 18 December 2019
Details: Left Edge Percussion ensemble in residence at the Oregon Center for the Arts at Southern Oregon University, seeks submissions for our 2019–20 Composition Competition. We are interested in composers from diverse backgrounds, media, and musical ideas to compose a new percussion ensemble work for 4–6 players to be premiered by Left Edge Percussion.

WINNER WILL RECEIVE
-$1,000 Prize
-Certificate of Competition First Prize
-$500 travel stipend
-Composer’s residency (required) at Southern Oregon University.
Arrival: Monday, May 25. Departure: Friday, May 29, 2020
-Housing and meals provided
-World premiere of new work by Left Edge Percussion on Thursday, May 28, 2020, 7:30 pm
-Livestream of concert
-Archival audio and video recording
-Professionally bound score of new work, autographed by members of Left Edge Percussion
-New composition’s inclusion in the SOU Hannon Library and the SOU Percussion Library

GUIDELINES
Number of players: 4–6
-Length of work: 5-15 minutes
-Instrumentation: open
-With or without electronics .mp3 recording optional

DEADLINE/ENTRY
-Deadline for submission is February 15, 2020, 11:59:59 pm Pacific Standard Time

Compositions submitted must be new works which have not yet been performed, recorded, orselected for another prize.

Prize winner will be notified via email by March 1, 2020
Web Site:drive.google.com/file/d/1xBnOU...

 Random Access Music / 2020 Queens New Music Festival
Summary:Quintet with optional voice call
Deadline: 01 February 2020
Date Posted: 11 December 2019
Details: Random Access Music is pleased to announce its 2020 Call for Scores.

RAM seeks new concert music for quintet (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano) with or without soprano. The RAM Players will perform the winning composition(s), judged by our RAM panel, at the Queens New Music Festival held in Long Island City, Queens, NY. Festival dates: May 13 - 16, 2020.

RAM is proud to continue our tradition of a no-fee, anonymous Call for Scores. There are no age, gender, or geographic limitations as to who may submit a score. RAM conducts this anonymous call for scores each year. A facilitator receives the scores and presents them anonymously to the panel of judges comprised of the composers and performer members of RAM.

Random Access Music’s 2020 Queens New Music Festival is honoring the centenary of the 19th Amendment, which extended women's suffrage throughout the United States. The theme of the festival, “…we, the whole people..”, is based on a quote from Susan B. Anthony’s speech after her arrest for voting in the 1872 presidential election.

“It was we, the people; not we, the white male citizens; nor yet we, the male citizens; but we, the whole people, who formed the Union. And we formed it, not to give the blessings of liberty, but to secure them; not to the half of ourselves and the half of our posterity, but to the whole people -- women as well as men.” SUSAN B. ANTHONY, speech after her arrest for voting in the 1872 presidential election

Call for Scores Requirements

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1, 2020.
Announcement of winner(s): March 1, 2020.

Submissions are anonymous and composers MUST replace their names with a pseudonym on any pages in the score where their name appears.

Instrumentation: Quintet (flute, clarinet, violin, cello, piano) with or without Soprano.

Entry Fee: 0.00


There are no age or geographic requirements for submitting composers.
The work should be a composition 6-12 minutes in length.

The work may NOT have been commercially published, or previously awarded a prize in any contest or competition, though it MAY have been premiered or recorded elsewhere.

The work must have been written in the past 12 years.

Works requiring electronics are eligible provided any required technology, including playback devices, mics, cables, stands, speakers, etc., are supplied and operated by the composer or the composer’s representative.

Although we cannot fund travel or hotel costs, RAM strongly encourages and welcomes the submitting composers to plan to attend the concert and rehearsals.
An archival video and audio of the performance will be available to the winning composer(s).

We are ONLY accepting submissions electronically, as PDF files only.

Only the title of the piece, a pseudonym, and instrumentation may appear on the score. Be sure to remove your name from any pages it appears on in the PDF (cover, interior, copyright, etc.). Failure to OMIT your real name will result in disqualification.

The file should be named using your pseudonym: “mypseudonym_RAMsubmission2020.pdf”

A second PDF document must contain your full name, the pseudonym used on the score, address, phone number, and email address. It should be named using your pseudonym: “mypseudonym_contactinfo2020.pdf”


Submission Materials: (please no Word or Text documents, PDF only)
– 1 PDF Score, marked with a pseudonym, named: “mypseudonym_RAMsubmission2020.pdf”
– 1 PDF Information Document, named: “mypseudonym_contactinfo2020.pdf”
Failure to adhere to the submission guidelines will result in the work’s disqualification.
Recordings (mp3) – live or MIDI realizations – may be sent, but are not required.
Random Access Music (RAM) conducts an anonymous call for scores each year. A facilitator, who is the only person to see your emails, receives the scores and presents them anonymously to the panel of judges comprised of the composers and performer members of RAM.

More information about Random Access Music
https://www.ram-nyc.org/

Submission Deadline: Feb. 1, 2020.
PLEASE SUBMIT MATERIALS (or any questions) to RAM.CallForScores@gmail.com
Web Site:www.ram-nyc.org/

 Blue Mountain Forecast: 2020-21 International Call for Scores
Summary:1-8 players
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Date Posted: 20 November 2019
Details: PRIZE: The winners of the Blue Mountain/Forecast 2020 International Call for Scores will be performed on Blue Mountain/Forecast’s 2020-21 season in Winston-Salem, NC. From 1-3 works may be chosen. A travel stipend of $500 will be awarded to the winning composer(s) in order to help them attend the concert.

ELIGIBILITY: Composers of art music from all genres and of any nationality are invited to submit works to Forecast Music’s 2020-21 International Call for Scores. No preference will be given as to whether or not a work has been previously performed.

INSTRUMENTATION: Solo and small ensemble works using some or all of Forecast Music’s core instrumentation (flute, bassoon, saxophone, percussion, piano, violin, cello, and soprano) are welcomed. Pieces may use electronics, and may include one additional instrument not included in the core ensemble. Works with durations of 12 minutes or less are preferable, although longer compositions may be considered.

DEADLINES: All works must be submitted online by January 31st, 2020 to be eligible for this year’s call.

SUBMISSION FEE: Payment can be made securely via PayPal/credit card or via check. The fee is $10 for the first entry, and $5 for each additional entry made payable to Forecast Music. For PayPal payment please click on the Payments icon at www.bluemountainensemble.org/international-call-for-scores


SEND (checks) TO:

Forecast Music
c/o Carla
Copeland-Burns
175 Montrose Drive
Durham, NC 27707
USA
checks payable to "Forecast Music"
Entry Fee:$10
Web Site:docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAI...

 LunART Festival 2020 Call for Scores
Summary:Competition for female composers
Deadline: 01 February 2020
Date Posted: 13 November 2019
Details: Guidelines
Eligible participants:
• Open to women composers
• No age limit
• Composers/performers will be considered

Submitted works should be:
• Under 15 minutes in length
• Single or multi-movement work. In the case of multi-movement works, we reserve the right to play selections
• Scored for one to six performers; available instruments, voice types, and ensembles are listed below
• Written no earlier than January 1, 2015

Submissions must include:
• PDF of score (please upload a PDF with the file name formatted as: lastname_compositiontitle.pdf)
• Recording of submitted work
o Provide URL link, i.e. Sound Cloud, YouTube (midi, mp3, or video)
• Bio (100 words or less)
• Program notes
• Composer/performers only: a recording of the applicant performing must be submitted; acceptance as a performer is at the discretion of the festival

Incomplete submissions will not be considered.

Submission Guidelines
• All materials must be submitted no later than February 1, 2020, 11:59pm (Central Time)
• Late submissions will not be accepted
• All submitted fees are non-refundable
• Files must be uploaded through the LunART Festival website during the submission period - lunartfestival.org
• Applicants may submit multiple scores, but must complete a separate application for each submission
• Up to three compositions will be selected; one work will be performed for each evening concert
• We reserve the right to not program any compositions

Selected composers will receive:
• A cash prize of $200
• Performance of composition
• Professional live audio & video recording of composition

If able to attend the festival, composers will receive:
• Free housing
• Free entry into all festival events
• Rehearsal with musicians

Winners will be announced by March 15!

Instruments available
Strings
• String quartet
• Violin
• Viola
• Cello
• Bass

Woodwinds
• Wind quintet
• Saxophone quartet
• Flute (piccolo, alto, bass)
• Clarinet (bass, E flat)
• Oboe (English horn, oboe d’amore)
• Bassoon
• Saxophone (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone)

Brass
• Brass quintet
• Trumpet
• French horn
• Euphonium
• Trombone
• Tuba

Voice
Any voice type, as a solo vocal part or a member of an ensemble.

Piano
If your work includes prepared piano, please contact us before submitting.

Percussion
If your work includes percussion, please contact us about intended instrumentation. Percussion instruments available for the festival are limited.

Harp

If you have any questions, please contact us at lunartfestival@gmail.com

Entry Fee:$20
Web Site:www.lunartfestival.org/call-fo...

 Young Women's Composition Competition
Summary:Competition for Young Female Composers
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Date Posted: 24 October 2019
Details: Open to young women ages 12-18 (as of January 1st, 2020) who reside in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, Michigan and Minnesota. Students of color are especially encouraged to apply. This call is open to all female-identified and non-binary students. Submissions are due by 5pm central time on January 31st, 2020.

Level 1: Ages 12-14
Level 2: Ages 15-18

Three cash prizes per level
Level 1
• 1st Prize - $350
• 2nd Prize - $250
• 3rd Prize - $150

Level 2
• 1st Prize - $450
• 2nd Prize - $350
• 3rd Prize - $250

Requirements:
Level 1
• Single movement for 2 to 5 players
• Duration: Up to 5’00”
• Instrumentation: Any combination of the following: piano, electronic sounds (computer generated or synthesized) and/or fixed media (pre-recorded sounds or tape, no video), any string, wind, or brass instrument. No voice or percussion (piano excepted).

Level 2
• Single movement for 2 to 5 players
• Duration: Up to 6’00”
• Instrumentation: Any combination of the following: piano, electronic sounds (computer generated or synthesized) and/or fixed media (pre-recorded sounds or tape, no video), any string, wind, or brass instrument. No voice or percussion (piano excepted).

Submissions should be in a PDF format with attached sound file or link (streaming sites such as Soundcloud or Youtube are also acceptable) and should be emailed to Rick Ferguson at rickfergusonmo@gmail.com by the due date. Midi files are also acceptable.

No handwritten or mailed hard copies will be accepted.

Winning submissions will be performed in concert as part of the Musical Offering's Music on Madison series in April of 2020. Winners will receive video recordings of their music.

The submission fee is $15, payable via the Musical Offering's PayPal. Please include your full name and the words "Young Women's Composition Competition" in the notes field of your payment.

Should the submission fee represent a financial hardship, please contact Rick Ferguson at rickfergusonmo@gmail.com. Any other questions about the competition can also be directed to Rick.

Good luck!

Web Site:www.themusicaloffering.org/ywc...

 Third International Composition Competition “Carlo Sanvitale”
Summary:Chamber works with voice
Deadline: 15 June 2020
Date Posted: 17 October 2019
Details: The –Associazione Amici Della Musica “Guido Albanese”– invites composers of all ages and nationalities to participate in the 3rd “Carlo Sanvitale” Composition Competition. The composition should be challenging, but at the same time accessible and playable by young talented players. The goals of the contest are:
• The possibility to acquire experience with a chamber ensemble (Complesso da Camera “Carlo Sanvitale”).
• To offer young composers the possibility to have their works performed live

The Competition is open to composers and students of all ages and nationalities. The submitted works must satisfy the following criteria:

• Orchestration (max.): 2 violins, viola, cello, piano, tenor or soprano. Works whose instrumentation includes other instruments will not be taken into account for the competition;
• The length of the composition must be between 3 and 10 minutes;
• All complementary documents (music, bio sketch, program notes) have to be submitted to the jury along with the score;
• Scores have to be sent in PDF format to amicidellamusicaortona@gmail.comThe submission is not deemed successful until a confirmation e-mail has been sent;
• The composition has to be original and never published before;
• The composer renounces to execution rights for the performance by the Complesso da Camera “Carlo Sanvitale”;
• The difficulty level of the composition has to correspond to the skills of an advanced amateur chamber ensemble with a conductor;
• Each candidate may submit one composition per year. The same composition can be submitted at most over two non-consequent years.

Shall the composition be selected as winner, the composer has to provide to the secretary of the competition (amicidellamusicaortona@gmail.com) the separated parts by July 30, 2020. Tempo, dynamics, articulation and rehearsal letters for the different instruments must be indicated on both the main score and the separated parts. The winner must agree to the following:

• The selected work will be performed and recorded by Complesso da Camera “Carlo Sanvitale” during the Music Day, that will be held on August 12 and 13, 2020, in Ortona, Italy.
• The author of the winning composition can participate to the rehearsals and the concert that will be held in Istituto Nazionale Tostiano, Ortona, Italy, on August 12th or 13th. Travel fees will not be refunded. Accommodation will be provided by the Association.
• The author of the selected work has to provide a short description of their work; this will be included in the concert program.
• The author of the selected work agrees to transfer the parts to the performers.

Prizes
The author of the winning competition will receive a prize of 150 Euros. Composers classified first, second and third will receive a Diploma. The winning composition, together with no more than three other compositions, will be recorded during the Music Day.

A special prize will be granted to a composition inspired to the “Risorgimento” period in Italy.

How to Participate

All living composers are eligible. The submissions will be received by the Associazione “Amici Della Musica”, made anonymous and then presented to the jury. Deadline for submissions is June 15, 2020. The results will be announced on July 1st, 2020. The jury’s decision is non-contestable and all decisions are final. The premiere of the selected piece will take place in August 12th or 13th 2020 in Ortona (I).

If you want to participate, please send us the following:
• One digitized anonymous copy of the score (PDF) (also digital copy of manuscripts are accepted);
• A computer-generated recording (if possible)
• A copy of a bank transfer for the amount of 30 Euros to

“Amici Della Musica Guido Albanese”
IBAN: IT97Z0311177780000000000139
SWIFT: BLOPIT22
Subject : “Iscrizione 2020”

Paypal transfer are also possible to the address giacomodt@gmail.com.

Communication will be held in Italian, English or French. The Italian version of this call for submissions should be considered definitive. Translations are without guarantee.

Jury
• Roberto Tagliamacco, Director of the Conservatorio “Niccolò Paganini”, Genova (I),
• Gerhard Praesent, Professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Graz and President of “Steirischen Tonkünstlerbundes” (AT)
• Luigi Verdi, full professor of Composition at Conservatorio “Santa Cecilia”, Roma (I)
• Giacomo Danese, full professor of Harmony and Analysis at Conservatorio “Luisa D’Annunzio”, Pescara (I)
• Pierpaolo Turetta, titular organist at San Marco Cathedral, Venezia (I)
• Hafedh Makni, Musical Chief Director of Carthage Symphony Orchestra (TN)
• 3 members of the Chamber Ensemble “Carlo Sanvitale”, to be selected on June 2020.
Entry Fee:30 Euros
Web Site:www.giacomoditollo.it/1260-2/

 Young Women's Composition Competition
Summary:Chamber competition for female composers
Deadline: 31 January 2020
Date Posted: 04 September 2019
Details: Open to young women ages 12-18 (as of January 1st, 2020) who reside in Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana, Iowa, or Minnesota. Students of color are especially encouraged to apply. This call is open to all female-identified and non-binary students. Submissions are due by 5pm on January 31st, 2020.

Level 1: Ages 12-14
Level 2: Ages 15-18

Three cash prizes per level
Level 1
• 1st Prize - $350
• 2nd Prize - $250
• 3rd Prize - $150

Level 2
• 1st Prize - $450
• 2nd Prize - $350
• 3rd Prize - $250

Requirements:
Level 1
• Single movement for 2 to 5 players
• Duration: Up to 5’00”
• Instrumentation: Any combination of the following: piano, electronic sounds (computer generated or synthesized) and/or fixed media (pre-recorded sounds or tape, no video), any string, wind, or brass instrument. No voice or percussion (piano excepted).

Level 2
• Single movement for 2 to 5 players
• Duration: Up to 6’00”
• Instrumentation: Any combination of the following: piano, electronic sounds (computer generated or synthesized) and/or fixed media (pre-recorded sounds or tape, no video), any string, wind, or brass instrument. No voice or percussion (piano excepted).

Submissions should be in a PDF format with attached sound file or link (streaming sites such as Soundcloud or Youtube are also acceptable) and should be emailed to Rick Ferguson at rickfergusonmo@gmail.com by the due date. Midi files are also acceptable.

No handwritten or mailed hard copies will be accepted.

Winning submissions will be performed in concert as part of the Musical Offering's Music on Madison series in March of 2020. Winners will receive video recordings of their music.

The submission fee is $15, payable via the Musical Offering's PayPal. Please include your full name and the words "Young Women's Composition Competition" in the notes field of your payment.

Should the submission fee represent a financial hardship, please contact Rick Ferguson at rickfergusonmo@gmail.com. Any other questions about the competition can also be directed to Rick.

Good luck!

Entry Fee:$15
Web Site:www.themusicaloffering.org/ywc...

 EAMT New Music Ensemble UMA
Summary:Cal for Works (Students)
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 06 February 2019
Details: Additional Call for Works for composition students only!

EMTA UMA (New Music Ensemble of Estonian Academy of Music and Theatre (EAMT)

fl, cl, trp, vl, vc, pf,
sx (alto or baritone)

All possible combination from 4 to 7 instruments are welcome. With or without conductor.

Length: Up to 10' min.

Deadline:29 Feb 2019, 12 PM GMT.

About: UMA is New Music Ensemble of EAMT. UMA has been part of playing G. Grisey "Les espaces acoustiques" and have working together with K.Penderecki and L.Andriessen.

Supervisors are Taavi Kerikmäe (head of CoPeCo program in EAMT, member of ensemble U:) and Tarmo Johannes (Tarmo: member of ensemble U:).

For any additional information, please contact:

Call for works for EAMT New Music Ensemble UMA Coordinator

Karl Tipp

karl@worldmusicdays2019.ee

www.worldmusicdays2019.ee
Web Site:www.worldmusicdays2019.ee
Email:karl@worldmusicdays2019.ee