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 2019 SCI Jazz Composition Award
Summary:Jazz Composition Competition
Deadline: 03 September 2019
Date Posted: 15 August 2019
Details: 2019 SCI Jazz Composition Competition

Society of Composers, Inc. is pleased to announce the second annual Jazz Composition Competition. One first prize will be awarded to a composer.

First prize: $500.00

To Qualify

All entrants must be SCI members at the time of submission. Join SCI here: http://www.societyofcomposers.org/join

Submitted works must have been composed in the past 5 years from the submission deadline. Only original works for jazz big band are eligible; arrangements are not eligible. The work submitted must have not received an award in a national or international composition contest.

To Apply

Submit both a score (PDF) and a recording (mp3) of one work composed for standard jazz band instrumentation [5 saxophones (with or without standard doubles), 4 trumpets/flugelhorns, 4 trombones (3 tenor plus bass), piano, guitar, bass, drum set]. The recording submitted can be of a studio session, live performance, or sequenced format. Live or studio recording preferred.

Scores should be free of identifying information, using only a title and pseudonym marked on the score.

Receipt Deadline: September 3, 2019, 11:59pm

For additional information or questions, contact the contest coordinator, Dan Cavanagh, at cavanagh@uta.edu.

Winners will be notified by October 15, 2019
Web Site:www.newmusicengine.org/categor...

 Petrichor Records
Summary:Call for recordings
Deadline: 06 September 2019
Date Posted: 15 August 2019
Details: Petrichor Records aims to discover, promote the new generation of contemporary composers and performers who are going to create tomorrow’s music world. We are very excited to announce our new international Call for Recordings to be released on eight albums under the title of New Music by Living Composers. Each volume is dedicated to a separate category: (A) solo piano, (B) solo instrumental, (C) chamber ensemble, (D) chamber orchestra, (E) orchestra, (F) electronic music, (G) improvisation, and (H) choral/vocal. All genres and styles are welcome to submit: From graphic scores, acousmatic, spectral, aleatoric, concrete music, to jazz, romantic, improvisation, fusion etc. Each category has a separate submission deadline.

The Call for Recordings is divided into seven categories with different submission deadlines; winners of each category will be released on an album. Therefore, this album series includes seven albums. Depending on the number and duration of the winning pieces, each volume could be a single, double or triple CD album.

Important note: Every composer can submit up to SIX pieces for EACH CATEGORY. The Artistic Panel may select ALL of the pieces, or SOME of them or NONE of the pieces by each composer for the album release. Therefore, there is no limit on the number of selected pieces per composer.
For example: One composer may submit 3 pieces for Category A, 6 pieces for Category B, 4 pieces for Category F and 1 piece for category E. The panel will review each piece carefully and individually, and may select all, some or none of the submitted pieces by that composer to be released.

Categories still available:

Category E – Call for orchestral recordings. (More than 20 performers, could include fixed or live electronics parts, and voices)

Category F – Call for solely electronic music. (Either fixed media or a recording of live electronic piece)

Category G – Call for improvisation recordings. (Any kind of free or structured improvisation on any classical, traditional, self-made instruments. Could include fixed or live electronics parts, and voices)

Category H – Call for choral/vocal recordings. SATB quartet, male choir, etc., as long as the music is a cappella or only with one accompaniment it fits this category. If the music needs more than one instrument, it should be submitted to other instrumental categories. Pieces for solo voice can be submitted to the solo instrument category B. (This could include fixed or live electronics parts)


Deadlines:
Category E – orchestra (+20 performers): July 28, 2019 (Extended to August 8)
Category F – solely electronics: August 10, 2019 (Extended to August 20)
Category G – improvisation: August 25, 2019
Category H – choral/vocal: September 6, 2019

Submission requirement:
1. All aesthetics are welcome; there is no limit to inspiration. The submitted pieces could range graphic scores, acousmatic, spectral, aleatoric, concrete music, to jazz, romantic, improvisation, fusion etc.
2. The submitted pieces could be of any duration and length. Could be part of a bigger work, or a set of short pieces, as the composer wishes.
3. Submissions should be recordings of original compositions.
4. Pieces may have been performed or awarded elsewhere. But the recording version of the submitted piecesfor the call must not have been released before.
5. Recordings of the pieces with graphic scores or non-traditional notation are also welcome to submit.
6. No need for anonymous submissions.
7. Arrangements of other composers’ music are not accepted.
8. The quality of the audio file will be an important evaluation parameter for the final choice of the winning compositions.
9. Recordings may have be done in a studio or a live performance; as long as the recordings are high quality and good for a CD release, they are acceptable.

Submission fee:
For each category, composers can submit up to six pieces. Each piece will be carefully reviewed and may be selected. Therefore, there is no limit on the number of selected pieces per composer per category. However, the submission fee should be paid separately for each piece. The submission fee for the pieces is as follows:
First piece: $35
Second piece: $30
Third piece: $25
Fourth piece: $20
Fifth piece: $15
Sixth piece: $10
For instance, if a composer is submitting three pieces for a specific category, she/he needs to make a payment of $90 ($35+$30+$25).
Submission fees should be paid through PayPal to this address: info@petrichor-records.com
Do not hesitate to contact us regarding any payment-related questions or if you need another way for making payment.
Entry Fee:$35
Web Site:www.petrichor-records.com/call...

 Ensemble Proton Bern
Summary:Works or found objects
Deadline: 15 October 2019
Date Posted: 06 August 2019
Details: protonwerk is the platform for contemporary music, created by ensemble proton bern. With the support of Swiss Cultural Foundation Pro Helvetia we have been working together to inspire the upcoming generation of composers early on in their professional careers. Those interested can apply to receive a commission to write a new work for one of the annual protonwerk concerts.

protonwerk was conceived not only to extend the ensemble’s repertoire but also to offer composers the opportunity to create and refine their work in a professional environment. We place a lot of importance on working together closely with composers. The individual musicians offer workshops at all points throughout the compositional process and the ensemble meets to work on drafts and/or sketches in the early stages of the project. In the week leading up to the concert, we rehearse the pieces in the presence of all participating composers. All works are then documented with audio and video recordings and these materials will be made available to the composers.

One of the primary aims of protonwerk is to broaden the ensemble's repertoire. In doing so, the opportunity for further performances in Switzerland and abroad may arise.

protonwerk no. 10 - objets trouvés
Virtuosity and flexibility are hallmarks of our work as instrumentalists and this means that sometimes we have to lay down our regular instruments in order to apply our performing skills to other things, for example every day objects! Sound makers can be found everywhere: at home, on the street, at the hardware or toy store…

For protonwerk no. 10 we will indeed put our regular instruments aside in order to pick up objets trouvés [ found objects ] with hands… Or feet. We want to walk in the footsteps of other composers who sought the unpredictable, theatrical, noisy or (im)practical and commission works for found objects. We will commission 5 composers to write for ensemble proton bern as an octet (8 players), each person playing only found objects. A one-day workshop in Autumn 2020 and an intensive rehearsal period directly prior to the concert in early 2021 will be conducted, in order to guarantee a proper investigation into the rich soundworld of objets trouvés.

Guidelines
• Born on or after 1st January 1984
• Completed undergraduate studies
• If possible, we will award around half of the commissions to composers of Swiss nationality or who live in Switzerland
• Instrumentation: 8 musicians/performers playing found objects (i.e. no ‘regular’ instruments), no conductor
• Duration: ca. 10 minutes
• Obligatory participation in the protonwerk workshop in Autumn 2020 (in special cases via Skype etc.)
• Fee of 2000.00 Swiss Francs, no further expenses covered
• Deadline for submission of the protonwerkcomposition: 31th December 2020

Applying for protonwerk no. 10
• Two (2) existing scores for chamber ensemble (no solo pieces or orchestral works) with audio recording. If possible, one of these works should be written for or employ found objects.

• A concept/composition sketch for a piece using found objects
• CV including the following details:
o Current residential address
o E-mail address
o Date of birth
o Nationality

• Application fee: 20.00 Swiss Francs
Payment with credit card via PayPal.
• Applications will only be accepted in .pdf (CV & scores) and .mp3 (audio recordings) formats (max. size: 20 MB)
• Closing date for applications is 15th October 2019.

The protonwerk no. 10 outcome will be notified late November 2019 and the concert will take place in early 2021, performed by ensemble proton bern.

Please contact Vera Schnider at protonwerk@ensembleproton.ch if you have any questions.

Web Site:ensembleproton.ch/en/protonwor...

 Synchromy Announces a call for scores for Harp Duo
Summary:Harp duo competition
Deadline: 27 September 2019
Date Posted: 06 August 2019
Details: Synchromy is looking for chamber scores that incude two harps. The winning score will be performed as part of a concert we are planning for Spring 2020 in Southern California.

Eligibility
• Composers of any age and nationality are invited to submit their scores and recordings (submissions with recordings are preferred).
• Original compositions written in the last 15 years (unpublished or self-published)
• Length up to approximately 12 minutes
• Instrumentation: Works must include two harps. They can also include up to two other performers. The more unusual the other instrumentation, the more difficult it will be for us to program the work, so we suggest sticking to readily available instruments.
• Composers can submit only one piece for our consideration. The piece may have been previously performed.
• We only accept electronic submissions.
• Any submitted score which does not include two harps will neither be acknowledged nor considered for programming.

Please submit the following materials to synchromysubmissions@gmail.com by Friday, September 27th, 2019
• Full score in .pdf format. This is not an anonymous call, please leave your name on your score.
• Recording, if available (attach mp3 file) MIDI realization converted to an audio file is acceptable)
• Short CV, resume or bio (pdf file)
• Your contact information (email, phone, physical address, link to your website, if available)
• Performance history for the work, including dates, locations, and performers.

There is no fee to apply for this call for works and no compensation will be offered to selected composer if his/her piece is selected for programming by Synchromy. Synchromy may choose to include any submitted piece on our future concerts without further compensation to the composer.

The selected composer will be notified via email by October 1st. At this point the composer will be asked to provide parts (electronic .pdf files or printed and bound scores) free of charge via email or post by March 1, 2020. The selected composer’s attendance is not required but encouraged. The coverage of travel and other expenses cannot be offered, but a limited number of complimentary tickets for the concert will be provided to the selected composer in attendance.

Email all application materials to synchromysubmissions@gmail.com. To read more about Synchromy, visit http://synchromymusic.org Follow us on facebook, www.facebook.com/synchromy

Web Site:synchromymusic.org/harpduo/

 Philip Bates Prize for Composers and Songwriters
Summary:Competition for Young British Composers
Deadline: 30 September 2019
Date Posted: 06 August 2019
Details: The 2019 Philip Bates Prize for Composers and Songwriters, jointly run by the Philip Bates Trust and Royal Birmingham Conservatoire, is now open for entries.

Young composers from all over the UK are invited to enter the 2019 Philip Bates Prize for Composers and Songwriters. Composers between the ages of 16 and 25 may submit works in any style by the entry deadline of Monday 30 September 2019. Finalists will be announced by Monday 11 October.

Shortlisted entries will be given a public performance at the competition final at Royal Birmingham Conservatoire on Tuesday 26 November, when the winning pieces will be chosen. Shortlisted composers must supply their own pre-rehearsed performers at the final and the chosen winners will receive a cash prize.

This year the rules have been amended in several ways. Purely instrumental pieces are now allowed, as well as those with a vocal element: however the composition must be inspired by a text or texts in some way. Also, the composition can be for any number of performers and the minimum duration requirement has been dropped, although there is still a maximum duration of 12 minutes.

Composition competition prizes
The competition offers three cash prizes:
• £400 awarded by Royal Birmingham Conservatoire
• £400 awarded by the Philip Bates Trust
• £200 awarded by the audience.

An opportunity will be given for one of the prize winning works to be performed again at A Touch of Basil in September 2019, a concert organised by the Philip Bates Trust.

In memory of Philip Bates
Philip Bates, a young man from Castle Bromwich with a promising musical future ahead of him, was tragically killed shortly after his nineteenth birthday in March 2000.

To honour his memory, the Philip Bates Trust (founded to encourage young musicians like Philip) and leading music college Royal Birmingham Conservatoire (part of Birmingham City University) jointly run the annual Philip Bates Prize for Composers and Songwriters.

Competition Entry Requirements
This exceptionally broad competition has recognised talent in a variety of genres in the past.

It encourages entries in everything from classical, jazz and folk to singer-songwriter ballads, Asian music and rock, as long as the work is suitable for live performance and appealing to a wide range of concert-goers.

Entries should last up to a maximum of 12 minutes and instrumentation is up to the composer. Only one entry may be submitted per composer.

How to Enter
To enter the competition, please download and read the conditions of entry and submissions document below and follow the instructions.

Web Site:www.bcu.ac.uk/conservatoire/ab...

 PRIX ANNELIE DE MAN 2020
Summary:Works that include harpsichord
Deadline: 15 November 2019
Date Posted: 31 July 2019
Details: Application deadline:
15 November 2019
There is no age limit and no entrance fee. The competition is for composers from all nationalities. In the composition the harpsichord should have the principal role. The duration should not exceed 10 minutes.

Prizes
1st prize composers competition: t.b.a.
2nd prize composers competition: t.b.a.
Black Pencil prize: t.b.a.
Audience prize: t.b.a.
Additional prizes will be considered

Setting
Harpsichord in chamber music settings is the preferred instrumentation. However, solo harpsichord pieces will be also considered.
We encourage the combination of harpsichord with the instruments available in the Orgelpark,
please see: www.orgelpark.nl.
We encourage composers to use the instruments of the Black Pencil ensemble for their harpsichord compositions: recorder (blockflute), panflute, viola, accordion and percussion.
Please see www.instrumentalways.com.
The harpsichord may be combined with other instruments, electronics, video and/or theatrical elements. The Annelie de Man Foundation will guarantee a live performance with an ensemble not exceeding more than 6 musicians (harpsichordist included).

Black Pencil – Ensemble in Residence
Black Pencil will be ensemble in residence in the 2020 edition of the Prix. It means that you can count on the expertise of the virtuoso members of Black Pencil for writing new compositions, making use of the instrumentation of the ensemble.
Jorge Isaac – Recorder (blockflute), Artistic Director
Matthijs Koene – Panflute
Esra Pehlivanli – Viola
Marko Kassl – Accordion
Enric Monfort – Percussion
Please check www.BlackPencil.org

The Black Pencil Prize will be awarded to a new composition written for the instrumentation of the Black Pencil ensemble (recorder, panflute, viola, accordion, percussion), either with or without harpsichord.

Application
Candidates should supply:
- A biography (in English) and recent photo of the composer
- The score of the piece, together with the necessary performance instructions
- If possible a recording (aiff, wav or mp3 format), or a video file from a live performance. Midi is also accepted
- Use your real name (pseudonym is not needed)
- A composer can submit more than one composition
Please send your entry to: competition@admf.nl.
Your entry must be both in:
- Pdf
- Mp3

Jury
Guus Janssen (www.guusjanssen.com)
Martijn Padding (www.martijnpadding.nl)
Roderik de Man (www.roderikdeman.com)
Ere Lievonen (www.erelievonen.eu)

The jury will choose 3 works to be performed from which the winning composition will be selected. We reserve the right to make necessary changes.

Please understand that the PRIX receives many applications. Send the information about the compositions as clearly as possible.

Web Site:www.prixdeman.com/prix2020?fbc...

 Second International “New Vision” Composition Competition
Summary:Competition with 2 categories
Deadline: 01 October 2019
Date Posted: 25 July 2019
Details: The 21st International Chopin and Friends Festival and Four Corners Ensemble proudly announce the Second International “New Vision” Composition Competition. Submitted compositions will be judged by a screening panel of: Jakub Polaczyk (composer and pianist, New Music Director of Festival Chopin and Friends, faculty at the New York Conservatory of Music), Reza Vali (Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh), Shuying Li (Artistic Director of Four Corners Ensemble, Research Faculty at Shanghai Conservatory of Music), and members of Four Corners Ensemble (Erika Boysen, flute, Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro; Joshua Anderson, clarinet, Assistant Professor at the University of Nevada-Reno; and Annie Jeng, piano, Assistant Professor at the University of North Carolina-Greensboro).

This year's edition of the festival is focused on the father of polish opera- Stanislaw Moniuszko and compositions should relate to some of the themes used in this music: love, daily life, faith, or related to the any national or folklore syndrome in the music. Two winning works will each receive $300 cash prize as well as a performance by guest singers and the Four Corners Ensemble at the Polish Consulate General-New York City on November 21, 2019.

There will be 2 categories:

1) with voice (mezzo soprano, soprano and/or baritone with ensemble)

2) without voice, instruments only.

Submission Guidelines

Eligibility:
Eligible composers are those who are in the early to middle stages of developing an international career and for whom this prize would represent a significant career opportunity. Submitted works may have received premieres or/and performances in the past.

Instrumentation:
soprano, mezzo-soprano, baritone; flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, piano.
Compositions may be scored for any subsets of the instrumentation listed (flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello and piano) from solo to sextet but category with voice must include voice and at least one instrument.

Length:
Compositions may not exceed 10 minutes in length.

Materials for Submission:
Applications will only be accepted via email to fourcornersensemble@gmail.com.

Composers must include the following materials as email attachments:
• Cover letter (PDF or MS Word format) that includes applicant’s name, address, phone number, and email, plus the title, duration, and year of the composition entered.
• Artistic resumé or CV
• Full score (PDF format only, do not include parts): composer’s name should not be on the score, as scores will be reviewed anonymously.
• Receipt of application fee submission.

It is strongly encouraged that composers also include these additional materials in their application:
• Audio recording of the piece (MP3 preferable, though MIDI rendering is acceptable)
• Program notes

Fee:
$20 each composition. Composers may submit up to 3 works each person. Payment accepted online via PayPal paid to as well as the payment link shown below. Please send your receipt to fourcornersensemble@gmail.com and include "New Vision Competition/applicant’s name" in the subject line.

Judging:
A panel of judges will choose two winning compositions as First Prizes, to be awarded $300 cash prize each, and to be performed by the Four Corners Ensemble at the “New Vision” concert on November 21st, 2019 at the Polish Consulate General - New York City; additional prizes will also be awarded with certificates, and all winning works will be included in the Four Corners Ensemble’s potential repertoire for future programming.

It is strongly preferred that the first prize winners be presented at the rehearsals and at the performance. However, the committee at this time cannot provide financial support towards airfare and accommodation for travel arrangements occurred.

Deadline:
Submissions must be time-stamped by October 1, 2019, 11:59pm EST. Winners will be announced by October 15, 2019.

Please direct all inquiries to fourcornersensemble@gmail.com.

Web Site:www.fourcornersensemble.org/ch...

 2020 INTERNATIONAL NEW MUSIC FESTIVAL at USF CALL FOR SCORES
Summary:Competition with 13 categories
Deadline: 04 October 2019
Date Posted: 17 July 2019
Details: Email contact: Eunmi Ko, ko.eunmi@gmail.com
Online Composition Submission Form: http://bit.ly/2Lo84KY


SUBMISSION DEADLINE: October 4, 2019
Winner Notification: November 18, 2019* selected composers will be informed by email individually.
Registration Fee Due Date: December 6, 2019
Festival Dates: April 3-4, 2020

The 4th biennial International New Music Festival will be held April 3-4, 2020 at the University of South Florida’s campus in Tampa, Florida. The festival will present four to five concerts programming works by 25-30 composers selected from the call for scores. The festival concerts will feature guest vocalist Thea Lobo, guest violinist Sini Virtanen, and guest saxophonist Doug O’Connor. The final concert will feature the acclaimed McCormick Percussion Group and the world premiere of a concerto for violin and percussion ensemble by Hilary Tann and a concerto for flute and percussion ensemble by Baljinder Sekhon featuring Kenneth Cox.

Participant Eligibility:

1. Composers and scholars of any nationality and age are encouraged to apply.

2. Selected participants are required to attend the festival. However, the USF School of Music cannot provide any travel or lodging funding for selected participants.*

3. If selected, a registration fee of $60 will be due by December 6, 2019 to secure participation in the festival.

4. Students currently enrolled at the University of South Florida are not eligible.

5. A maximum of two USF alumni will be selected for the festival: one in each category of acoustic composition and electronic composition.

6. Requirements and submission procedures for each category are outlined below.

*The NMC will assist with travel arrangements to and from the airport in Tampa if needed and provide lodging discounts through USF where possible. The NMC will provide a formal invitation for those seeking financial assistance from their institution, if needed. The New-Music Consortium will make every effort to provide home stays for student composers and scholars, but this is not guaranteed.

COMPOSITION
Composition Eligibility:

- All submissions should be between 5-15 minutes in duration.
- Works composed after 2014 are eligible.
- Works integrating video are acceptable for any category.
- Previously performed compositions are eligible.
- Works of any style, aesthetic, and notation will be accepted.
- There is no entry fee to submit a work for consideration.
- Composers may provide their own performers or submit to one of the categories below.
- Selected composers are expected to register and attend the entire festival.

The following submission categories are possible:

1. Solo violin or violin and piano duo
(guest violinist Sini Virtanen and pianist Eunmi Ko)

2. Percussion Ensemble (maximum of 15 players) – McCormick Percussion Group
(produced by Robert McCormick)

3. Mezzo-soprano voice and piano – Songeaters
(guest vocalist Thea Lobo and pianist Eunmi Ko)

4. Solo saxophone (alto or soprano) with piano or fixed media accompaniment
(guest saxophonist Doug O’Connor)

5. Mixed Chamber ensemble works requiring 2-10 players.*
(produced by the New-Music Consortium)

6. Works for solo instrument or voice.
(produced by the New-Music Consortium)

7. Works for 1-5 performers with fixed or live electronics (1-5 channels).
(produced by USF’s SYCOM)

8. Works for electronic playback only (1-5 channels).
(produced by USF’s SYCOM)

9. Woodwind Quintet
(produced by USF woodwind quintet)

10. Trumpet Ensemble (3-6 players; Bb, C, Eb Trumpets, Bb cornets, flugelhorns, and piccolo trumpets are available).
(produced by Jay Coble, Professor of Trumpet)

11. Trombone Ensemble (6 tenor, 2 bass – or subset)
(produced by Tom Brantley, Professor of Trombone)

12. Flute Ensemble (up to 8 players, no Contrabass Flute available)
(produced by Francesca Arnone, Instructor of Flute)

13. Clarinet Quartet/Choir (any combination of clarinets)
(produced by Calvin Farwell , Instructor of Clarinet)


*Chamber Ensemble Instrumentation (category 5): The instrumentation may be a subset of the following (if the NMC is to provide the performers):

(2) Flutes/Piccolos
(2) Oboe/English Horn
(2) Clarinets (Bb, Eb, or Bass Clarinet)
(2) Bassoon/Contrabassoon
(2) Saxes (Alto, Tenor, and Bari)
(2) Horn
(2) Trumpets
(2) Trombones
(1) Bass Trombone
(1) Tuba
(2) Percussion
(1) Piano
(2) Violins
(1) Viola
(1) Cello
(1) Double Bass
(1) Soprano Voice
(1) Mezzo Soprano Voice
(1) Tenor Voice

If the composer intends to supply his/her own performers, the composer must indicate so on the submission form. If this is the case, the composer may utilize any instrumentation and any amount of players. *

* If a composer would like to provide his/her own percussionist(s) but utilize the percussion instruments available at USF, please provide a clear list of required percussion instruments with the submission.

Composition Submission Guidelines:

- Submissions will only be accepted online. No hard copy submissions will be accepted.
- Submission Deadline: October 4, 2019
- Each composer may submit 1 work.
- Submissions should include links to a legible score (unless irrelevant) and recording.
- Recordings are encouraged but not required.
- Scores and recordings should be uploaded to an online file sharing service and remain available until November 18, 2019. The recording link can also be hosted on YouTube, SoundCloud, or a similar streaming service.
- Submissions should include brief program notes.
- Submissions should include a brief biography (100 words maximum).
- Submissions including electronics must include a complete list of technical needs (and if necessary, a routing diagram).

ONLINE COMPOSITION SUBMISSION FORM: http://bit.ly/2Lo84KY

For additional information, please email Dr. Eunmi Ko: ko.eunmi@gmail.com

Selected composers will be individually informed no later than November 18, 2019.
The festival registration fee of $60.00 is due by December 6, 2019.
Web Site:music.arts.usf.edu/content/tem...

 ASCAP Composition Competition
Summary:Jazz Orchestra Commission
Deadline: 31 August 2019
Date Posted: 10 July 2019
Details: PRIZE: $5,000 commissioning prize to compose a new work for the 67-member Symphonic Jazz Orchestra (“SJO”).

PURPOSE: To commission a new orchestral score for the SJO, blending the worlds of jazz & classical music – and beyond.

The newly commissioned work will be premiered by the SJO in 2020/21 and entered into the SJO’s catalog of symphonic jazz commissions.

Created in 2002, the 67-member SJO is dedicated to blending the worlds of jazz and classical music through its commissioning, performing and educational programs. Led by Music Director, Mitch Glickman, the ensemble has performed throughout Southern California with such leading guest artists as Dave Grusin, Christian McBride, Raul Midon, Lee Ritenour, Ernie Watts, The Yellowjackets, Miguel Zenon, and our former Co-Music Director and ASCAP board member, George Duke. The ASCAP Foundation/Symphonic Jazz Orchestra Commissioning Prize is made possible in part by a grant from The ASCAP Foundation Louis Armstrong Fund.

The composer agrees to assign the rental administration of commissioned work (the “Composition”) to Symphonic Jazz Orchestra Music (the “Administrator”), the publishing designee of the SJO. Administrator will print all orchestra parts and scores. The composer will retain the copyright of the commissioned work.

ELIGIBILITY:
All direct composer members of ASCAP. No age or geographic restrictions.

SUBMISSION DEADLINE:
Postmark no later than August 31, 2019.

MATERIAL TO BE SUBMITTED:
• Completed application form (Online Submission Is Preferred).
• One entry per composer.
• Representative score of ONE original instrumental work written since 2011. Ideally, this work is scored for full orchestra, chamber orchestra, or large ensemble that integrates elements of jazz or other related genres.
• Please submit bound score (copy, not original manuscript). Unbound scores will NOT be accepted.
• Optional CD recording of the work may be submitted or an electronic realization with your submission.
• Digital audio submission (mp3 file) can be made by sending an email to info@SJOmusic.org with the attachment. Please include your name and the name of the piece.
• Composer Biography and list of works must be included with the bound score.
• All scores and CDs shall remain the property of the composer. If you wish materials to be returned, the entry must be accompanied by a Self-Addressed Envelope (Mailer) with sufficient return postage (SASE).
• Please note that Post Office rules REQUIRE a POSTAGE METER STAMP for returning all packets weighing over 13 ounces. Regular postage stamps will not be accepted.
• Proper care will be taken to protect all music materials submitted, but each applicant releases all persons connected with the SJO (including the members of the Screening Panel and Selection Committee) and The ASCAP Foundation from any claims resulting from possible loss and/or destruction of works/CDs/materials submitted.

SJO
PO Box 1421
Culver City CA 90232
Composers will be notified by Oct. 31, 2019

Web Site:sjomusic.org/commissioningpriz...

 REGISTRATION FOR GAUDEAMUS AWARD 2020 OPENS ON 1 AUGUST WITH RAISED AGE LIMIT
Summary:Competition with 5 categories
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 10 July 2019
Details: The registration for the Gaudeamus Award 2020 will start on Thursday 1 August 2019. The Gaudeamus Award is an incentive prize for young composers. To give even more composers the chance to sign up, this year the maximum age has been raised to 35.

Music pioneers up to the age of 35 can register with a minimum of three separate pieces. One of which, the main entry, must fit into one of the five categories:

Large / small Ensemble
Electric Ensemble
Installations
Open category
Organ

There is also a special extra category: the participants can optionally submit an extra, fourth piece for the Residentie Orkest from The Hague, The Netherlands.

Jury
The entries will be judged by an independent jury. For the 2020 Award, the jury consists of Greek-Dutch composer Calliope Tsoupaki, Jordanian-German composer Saed Haddad and British composer Oscar Bettison. A maximum of four composers will be nominated for the Gaudeamus Award in 2020. The jury selection will be announced in November.

Muziekweek
Of the four nominees, a maximum of three different pieces will be performed during the Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2020. The nominees will also be commissioned to write a brand new piece for one of the two Award Ensembles. In 2020 these are the Dutch Ensemble VONK and the adventurous duo Zöllner-Roche, of the Canadian-British clarinetist Heather Roche and the German accordionist Eva Zöllner.

Age limit
Registration for the Gaudeamus Award is open to composers and music pioneers worldwide. In addition to diversity in ethnic-cultural background, Gaudeamus also strives for an equal gender balance. For this reason, as of 2020 the age limit to apply has been raised from 30 to 35 years. The objective is that from 2020 onwards at least half of the nominees for the Gaudeamus Award will be female. Gaudeamus proactively invites composers to register for the Gaudeamus Award whose work is currently underrepresented in contemporary music.

Award
The Gaudeamus Award has been one of the most prestigious awards for young composers worldwide since 1957. Recent winners of the prize are the Finnish Sebastian Hilli (2018), Aart Strootman from the Netherlands (2017), the American Anthony Vine (2016) and the Russian Alexander Khubeev (2015). The nominees for the Gaudeamus Award 2019 are Nicholas Morrish, Kelley Sheehan, Remy Siu, Stefan Maier and Scott Rubin. The Award will be presented during the Gaudeamus Muziekweek 2019, which will take place from 4 to 8 September at various locations in Utrecht, The Netherlands.
Web Site:gaudeamus.nl/en/nieuws/registr...

 International Accordion Composition Competition “Francisco Escudero”
Summary:Works for accordion
Deadline: 05 September 2019
Date Posted: 03 July 2019
Details: Hauspoz, Euskal-Herriko Akordeoi Elkartea, calls for the XII International Accordion Composition Competition “Francisco Escudero”, whose prize ceremony will be held on 14 of September 2019.

The objective of the contest is to promote the creation of pieces for solo accordion and for accordion in chamber music.

The works may be composed for solo accordion or for chamber music with accordion, and their length may not exceed 10 minutes. The works of chamber music must be composed for a maximum of four players in which there is at least one accordion.

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

Only pieces written after January 2015 will be admitted.

Works presented may be commissioned, but must never have been previous- ly performed either in public or through any digital or mechanical means. Works that have been previously awarded or published will not be admitted.

Scores may be submitted handwritten (with clear spelling, without amendments or rubbing-outs), or computer generated copy. It will be responsibility of the awar- ded composer to procure a printed computer copy as well as the necessary compu- ter files for its execution within 30 days from the publication of the jury's decision.

The composer will hand in three anonymous copies with no visible personal signature in an envelope, which will be identified only by a code or a theme. Works submitted should be enclosed into a sealed envelope which is clearly marked on the outside with the chosen title or headword of the composition, whereas the following details should be included within the envelope: composer’s name and surname, phone number, address, e-mail and signed formal statement proving that the work submitted is unknown and has never been published or performed before. The address the documentation must be sent to is as follows:

HAUSPOZ Euskal Herriko Akordeoi Elkartea Post Office Box 49 20120 Hernani (Gipuzkoa) Spain

The entry fee is 30€. 10€ for ‘Hauspoz’ members. Closing date will be 5th September 2019.

Entry Fee:€10-30
Web Site:www.hauspoz.org/index.php/es_E...

 International Percussion Premiere Night
Summary:Percussion competition
Deadline: 23 September 2019
Date Posted: 26 June 2019
Details: Composers from around the world are invited to write new music for percussion duo. A committee of experts will select four compositions
which will be premiered and recorded by the Popocatepetl Percussion Duo on February 15th 2020 in the “Casa della Musica” of Trieste, Italy.

Prizes
One of the four compositions selected will be awarded a first prize of € 1000, donated by the “Fondazione Libero e Zora Polojaz”
Professional recording of the four winning compositions at the “Urban Recording Studio”

Aim
To broaden the repertoire for percussion ensemble
To stimulate composers to explore this field
To give composers an opportunity to get their works professionally performed and recorded
To expand the network of participants for further collaborations

The works
-Each work should last between four and fifteen minutes.
-The use of audio and/or video tapes and live electronics is allowed.
-Composers may submit a maximum of three works.
-Only works for percussion duo that have neither been performed professionally nor published as of September 23rd 2019 shall be accepted.

Composers can choose instruments from the following list:
• 2 five octaves marimbas
• 2vibraphones
• 1xylophone
• 1glockenspiel
• 2 timpani
• 2 kick drums
• 2 snare drums
• 8 tom-toms
• several cymbals
• 2 sets of wood blocks
• 1 tam-tam
• 6 small thai gongs (EU notation: c#’, e’, f’, c#”, e”, f”)
• 1 octave of crotales
• 2 tambourines
• 1 wind chimes
• 2 triangles
• junk percussion

For any questions about instrumentation please contact us at percussionpremiere@gmail.com

Application form
The application is open to composers of all nationalities with no age limit and with no limit on composition style. Composers whose works are selected will be invited to the concert and hosted for the day of the performance, but they must pay their own travel expenses. The application fee is 50€ and corresponds to the membership fee for the Cultural Association PIROKLASTIKA for the year 2019.

Non EU (European Union) citizens will have to bear any additional costs for the bank transfer.

The application should include:
• The completed application form,
which you can download from the website www.percussionpremiere.com
• A curriculum vitae with optional catalogue of works
• The scores of all compositions with program notes in PDF format
• 2019 membership application form
for the Kulturno Društvo - Associazione Culturale PIROKLASTIKA
• Theconfirmationofpayment
• A copy of a valid ID/Passport

Deadlines:
• Application forms September 23th 2019
• Arrival of scores September 23th 2019
• Announcement of successful works September 30th 2019
Entry Fee:€50
Web Site:percussionpremiere.com/wp-cont...

 Call for Chamber Music Recordings 2019
Summary:Call for recordings
Deadline: 30 September 2019
Date Posted: 26 June 2019
Details: This project is open to composers and performers of any age and nationality that have recordings (live or studio) of their chamber music compositions.

We hope to discover works that would otherwise remain under the radar, with the aim to promote both the up-and-coming and the more established composers and performers.

With previous projects, we had the honour and pleasure to discover and release music written by composers from different countries, professors of universities or colleges, some of whom have won prizes and awards. Some others are artists working on establishing their career. If you want to discover more about our roster of composers and performers please visit the following page.

The winners will have their works published in a music release produced to showcase and promote contemporary music. Such release will be distributed in all the digital stores, platforms and outlets (Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Music and many more). The winners will also receive other prizes, please continue reading if you want to discover more.

The three-tier registration fee will be the only cost for the winners - no other hidden costs or charges will be required.

THE PRIZE
The prize will include:

Professional Production of the Album
including quality design of the cover artwork
(check our catalogue for an overview of our editorial style)
Preparation of the promotional text
Share of the sales of the album
The composer keeps 100% of the rights of the work
Commercial release / worldwide distribution
British Library, Sound and Music Archive registration

Option for synch & licensing opportunities (tv and media)
Option for physical distribution and manufacturing of the album (depending on demand)
Chart registration (USA, UK e Canada)
Promotion, Advertising and Press release coverage
Licensing and Copyright Clearance
Full contracts and agreements with the winning composers
Barcodes and ISRC codes
How to Participate
The application is via the Application Form. If you decide to participate you will be redirected to the application page where you can fill in your details.


ACCEPTED WORKS: Chamber Music Recordings.
Any music written for a minimum of 2 instruments (duo) up to 12 instruments in total. Works that include voice, electronics or percussions can be submitted (max 12 instruments). Works that include choir can’t be submitted.

Both Live and Studio recordings are accepted.


INFO on WORKS:
The work should be your original composition.

If your composition has won awards, competitions or other calls can still be submitted.

Please double check with your publisher/performer/or previous call or competition management that you have the rights to enter into other competitions and calls with such work.


MAXIMUM DURATION: OPEN
There is no maximum duration. We strongly suggest and recommend to submit short and medium length works.

ACCEPTED GENRE:
Contemporary music no matter the genre or style. The work can have jazz, pop rock, world or other influences and flavours but should mainly be instrumental contemporary classical.

NUMBER OF WORKS:
Participants can submit more than one work.

MULI-MOVEMENT WORKS:
Multi-movement works can be submitted and will count as 1 work.
A three-movement sonata will count as 1 work.

Collection of works will not count as one work and registration fee should be paid accordingly.
A suite of 3 works will count as 3 applications and fee should be paid 3 times.

AGE / Nationality:
There are no formal restrictions, anyone regardless of age and country of residency can participate (minimum legal age of 18 required - if you are underage please get in touch before applying)

LIMITS
There is no limit to the number of recordings that you can submit. Please note that we will tend to select only one work per composer. In some circumstances, we reserve the right to select more than one work (depending on the quality of works and talent(s) )

DEADLINE & REGISTRATION FEE:
EARLY BIRD [Ends August 4, 2019]: £24 - per work submitted
STANDARD [Ends September 8, 2019]: £44 - per work submitted
LATE ENTRY [Ends September 30, 2019]: £64 - per work submitted

IMPORTANT NOTE:
The registration fee will be the only cost for the participant and No other fees, or costs will be due if the composer is selected.

WHAT TO SUBMIT:
You will be asked to share a Link to your folder (Dropbox, box, google drive and similar only. No WeTransfer). Such folder should contain the following material: - Score(s) pdf
- Mp3 recording(s) of submitted scores
- Notes about the work(s) pdf
- Composer's artistic bio pdf
- Names of ensemble/performers and their bio where possible

OTHER T&Cs
The composer should be the owner of the master recording and should be able to license the work for the release. Please double check with recording/sound engineer and with performers before submitting the work. If your work is already released by any other entity (record labels, managers, agencies, etc..), we may need permission release from the current entity. We will reserve the right to withdraw your participation and fee would not be refunded if there is any irregularity.
Entry Fee:£24–64
Web Site:rmnmusic.com/call-for-chamber-...

 2019 WORLD PROJECTS COMPOSITION CONTEST
Summary:Works accessible to Youth Ensemble
Deadline: 01 December 2019
Date Posted: 12 June 2019
Details: Calling all composers! The 6th annual World Projects Composition Contest is now open!
Entries are due December 1st, 2019.

Founded in the strong relationships World Projects has forged with renowned composers from across the globe, The World Projects Composition Contest presents a unique opportunity for new connections to be made. Through this contest, World Projects will strive to:

• Promote the composition of great new music
• Promote emerging composers
• Promote the collaboration between composer, conductor, and student performer
• Bring World Premieres to major concert halls
• Provide a platform where these compositions can be published and kept alive through future performances

Rules and Requirements:
1. This contest is open to everyone.
2. Applicants may enter up to one (1) original composition of their own that is a non-published, un-premiered work, and does not infringe upon the copyright or other right of any other work or person. (Arrangements will not be accepted)
3. The submitted work should be written for choral, orchestra, string orchestra, or band instrumentation. It must be between 3-7 minutes in length and is expected to be of a grade III or IV level and accessible to youth ensembles.
4. Entries received after the contest cutoff date of December 1st, 2019 will not be considered for submission.
5. The winner will be selected by the World Projects Composition Board. The composition board consists of World Projects and:

Award (per winning composition):
1. World Premiere of your composition by a selected ensemble at either the Walt Disney Concert Hall during the 2019 Los Angeles “Sounds of Summer” Festival or at Carnegie Hall during the 2020 New York “Sounds of Summer” Festival.
2. Roundtrip airfare (coach class) or Train transportation depending on location of festival.
3. Two (2) nights’ accommodation at the festival hotel.
4. Personal stipend of $200.00
5. Opportunity to lead a 90 minute festival rehearsal with the selected ensemble premiering your winning composition. Responsibilities to include but not limited to:
1. Participation in the application & selection process for ensemble that will perform the winning composition
2. Working directly with the Director of the selected ensemble in preparation of the world premiere
6. Your winning composition will be offered a publishing contract with World Projects Corporation.

Entry Submission Forms:
1. Full score (pdf)
2. Audio recording (live recording or synthesized notation software – MP3 format) MIDI files will NOT be accepted
3. List of any composer(s) and/or piece(s) that influence your work (pdf)
4. Entry form (pdf)

How to enter:
• E-mail your entry to deborah-gibbs@world-projects.com. File attachments should not exceed 20 MB in size per E-mail.
• If E-mail is unavailable:
• World Projects Corporation – 601 First Street, Ste. 200, Benicia, CA 94510.
Web Site:world-projects.net/pdf/2019/co...

 Gaetano Amadeo Prize 2019
Summary:Competition for organ plus soloist
Deadline: 15 September 2019
Date Posted: 29 May 2019
Details: The Municipality of Corteolona and Genzone, in cooperation with the Associazione I Solisti Laudensi and Iberclassica Artists Agency, announces the first edition of:

“GAETANO AMADEO PRIZE 2019”

The competition is open to all musicians (even amateurs no professionals) of any nationality without age limits. The competition will take place in Genzone from 25 to 28 September 2019.

RULES

The eliminatory phases, semifinal and final, will take place from 25 to 28 September 2019 in Genzone.

The final will consist of a public concert to be held in the church of Santa Maria della Neve in Genzone (Italy).

Eligibility:

The competition is open to all musicians (even amateurs no professional), of all nationalities and without age limits.

Registration phase:

Applications can be sent from 15 May 2019 to 15 September 2019

Candidates of the CATEGORY D (AMATEURS NO PROFESSIONAL) can submit a video link EVEN BY SMARTPHONE if they cannot participate in the eliminatory rounds (25 and 26 September).

SCHEDULE FOR CANDIDATES PRESENT IN THE ELIMINATORY PHASES:

Candidates will be informed by e-mail within 20 September 2019; the names of the candidates will also be published on the website.

The competition is structured as follows:

First eliminatory round: September 25th.

Second eliminatory round: September 26th.

Semifinal: September 27th.

Final: September 28th.

Each competitor / Ensemble will have a maximum time of 10 minutes for the test.

Category A PROFESSIONAL ORGANIST:
Gaetano Amadeo: Compulsory piece for solo organ
A free choice piece suitable for the Amati organ

Category B PROFESSIONAL CHAMBER MUSIC MUSICIAN:
A free choice piece suitable for the Amati organ for: organ and voice /organ and instrument / organ and various ensemble

Category C FOR COMPOSER:
A piece for solo organ / organ and voice or instrument / ensemble (also choir) with organ must be sent in PDF FORMAT by e-mail to: amadeoprize@gmail.com

Category D AMATEURS NO PROFESSIONAL:

A short piece for solo organ/organ and voice or instrument/ensemble with organ.

Candidates of the CATEGORY D (AMATEUR) can submit a video link EVEN BY SMARTPHONE if they cannot participate in the eliminatory rounds (25 and 26 September).

DETAILS OF THE VIDEO FOR THOSE WHO CANNOT BE PRESENT AT THE ELIMINATOR PHASES of 25 and 26 September:

The video can contain a repertoire of any historical period, for solo organo or any kind of ensemble with both vocal and instrumental always accompanied by organ. The video must be played in streaming mode (the video must not be downloaded and can also be of a short piece.

The final is open to 3 competitors in category A and B. Competitors must play in the final concert which will take place on the same day and which will be an integral part of the competition.
The winners will be announced at the end of the final concert, with the audience present.
The musicians of category D, chosen by the commission can perform during the final concert at their discretion.

Those who have passed the elimination phase will receive a certificate of participation.

The final rounds of the competition will be open to the public and managers of international artist agencies will be present.
Web Site:gaetanoamadeo-prize.com/rules/

 Balsys Competition
Summary:Competition with 6 categories
Deadline: 31 August 2019
Date Posted: 06 March 2019
Details: The aim of the Competition is to encourage the accessibility of contemporary music, to promote the works by young composers and the international cooperation of creators, to evaluate and award the best pieces of music.

The Competition is organised by Lithuanian Musicians’ Union and Public Enterprise Ars&Sonoris.

The Competition partners are the following: Lithuanian National Philharmonic Society, Lithuanian Copyright Protection Association LATGA, Lithuanian Academy of Music and Theatre, Vilnius City Municipality, Lithuanian National Radio and Television.

On the initiative of the Organisers, the Organising Committee is formed, the Competition ambassadors are invited, and an international jury is convened.

Participants:
o Composers from all countries and of all nationalities can participate in the competition;
o The participants of the Junior Group should be born after 23 November 1999;
o The participants of the Main Group should be born after 23 November 1984.

Requirements for works:
o Only new, original works of music that have not been published or presented in any other competition or performed in public can be submitted;
o Works, at the request of an author, can be accompanied by video material. An author of a related piece is held liable for the right to demonstrate such video content during the competition and the related events. The competition organisers bear no responsibility for the permission of a copyright holder to demonstrate video material in public;

o Duration of a piece:
Junior Group from 5 to 10 minutes;

Main Group from 7 to 12 minutes;
o The number of movements in a composition is not limited;
o A printed score of a piece of music and PDF file containing a score and its separate parts as well as a demo recording of the piece (in wav or mp3 format) must be submitted;
o One author can submit only one application for the competition;
o The competition is anonymous. When submitting a score, recordings of a piece of music and other related material, an author must indicate only the name of the piece and their pseudonym.

Instrument composition:
o String quartet (violin, violin, viola, cello);
o Piano trio (violin, cello, piano);
o Woodwind quintet (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, French horn);
o Brass quintet (trumpet, trumpet, French horn, trombone, bass trombone);
o String orchestra – only for the main group (7,6,4,4,2);
o Ensembles of mixed composition; comprised of the aforementioned instruments, not exceeding the indicated ensemble/orchestra quantities, with or without electronic instruments in the attached soundtrack.

Entrance fee:
o The entrance fee is not applied for the participants of the Junior Group;
o The entrance fee for the participants of the Main Group is 30 Euros;

Deadlines:
o 31 August 2019, 23:59 (GMT+2) for the submission of online competition application form and an attached copy of the paid entrance fee;
o 1 October 2019, for the submission of envelopes with application forms and scores.
Entry Fee:€30 (main group only)
Web Site:balsyscompetition.eu/competiti...

 CoMa Partsong Project
Summary:Call for scores in open scoring
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 26 September 2018
Details: Deadline: N/A

Details: The Partsong Project is central to CoMA’s aims, responding to a need to create a repertoire of flexible pieces for multiple (but solo) voices. Submissions should be 3-5 minutes in length for 3-6 voice parts in Open Scoring. We are looking for fresh, exploratory, experimental approaches to the vocal medium (not a traditional-style partsong) and welcome non-conventional notation, unusual vocal techniques, speech, movement, auxiliary instruments etc.

Fee: N/A

Contact: For more specifics on the brief and for information on submitting works, please visit:
Web Site:www.coma.org/our-music/compose...

 School of Music of Azusa Pacific University and J.W.Pepper Music
Summary:High School Competition
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 11 March 2015
Details: This High School Composition Contest is offered jointly by the School of Music of Azusa Pacific University and J.W.Pepper Music. It’s intent is to encourage the composition by high school students of high quality music that is accessible to reasonably well-developed high school music ensembles and performers. While this is the first year of the Contest, it is intended that it be an annual event.

The prizes for the winning composition in each category are:

1) $1000 cash

2) Public performance and recording by the appropriate Azusa Pacific University music ensemble.

3) Consideration for publication by J.W.Peppers publishing arm, Wingert-Jones Publications.

4) A complimentary subscription for J.W.Pepper’s My Score® self-publishing platform, valued at $99.

There are five categories of music being sought for the Contest. They are listed below, along with the length limitations for each category.

1) Orchestra 5 to 8 minutes

2) Choral 4 to 6 minutes

3) Wind Ensemble 5 to 8 minutes

4) Jazz Ensemble 5 to 8 minutes

5) Chamber 5 to 8 minutes

Plan to submit a properly notated score and demo recording. The winner in any category will be expected to provide clear, readable parts for the appropriate ensemble. Details are at the “How to Enter” tab above.

The choral composition may be accompanied or unaccompanied. It can be for mixed chorus, women’s choir, or men’s choir. Any accompaniment should be limited to piano and/or no more than two other common instruments.

The chamber composition may be for string quartet, string quintet, woodwind quintet, brass quintet, piano trio, piano quintet, guitar ensemble, guitar with bowed strings, or any common solo instrument. Other small groupings may be considered. If you would like to compose for a non-standard chamber group, it is suggested that you send email to musiccontest@apu.edu with a description of the ensemble to get approval of the ensemble for which you wish to compose.

Instrumentation for the other ensembles follows.

Orchestra:

Wind Ensemble:

Jazz Ensemble (big band):

Please see the “Contest Rules” tab above for further details, and the “How to Enter” tab for instructions about how to apply for the contest and submit your composition(s).

The contest is not yet “live.” It will be opened on April 1, 2015. After that time, questions not answered at the Contest Rules and How to Enter tabs may be directed to musiccontest@apu.edu.
Web Site:www.apumusiccontest.com/?page_...

 Flexible Persona
Summary:Journal seeks compositions
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 13 August 2014
Details: The Flexible Persona, a literary journal, is looking for the work of minimalist composers for our audio issues. We would feature a 10–20 second clip of your work before the story is read and then a work up to five minutes in length at the end of the broadcast with credit to you and link to your website/work. For questions or to submit links to your work, please e-mail us at: theflexiblepersona@gmail.com. Please do not send audio attachments. http://www.theflexiblepersona.com

Web Site:www.theflexiblepersona.com
Email:theflexiblepersona@gmail.com