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 Blue Mountain/Forecast International Call for Scores
Summary:Solo and small ensemble works call
Deadline: 01 December 2017
Date Posted: 20 September 2017
Details: Hosted by Blue Mountain/Forecast
http://www.bluemountainensemble.org
Blue Mountain/Forecast: 2017-18 International Call for Scores

PRIZE: The winners of the Blue Mountain/Forecast 2017 International Call for Scores will be performed on Blue Mountain/ Forecast’s 2018-19 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 2017-18 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 mezzo 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 December 1, 2017 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 Eric Schwartz - Artistic Director
2446 Lyndhurst Avenue
Winston-Salem, NC 27103
USA
checks payable to "Forecast Music"

SUBMIT SCORES TO:
forecastcallforscores@gmail.com (use this address for e-submission as well as any questions)
PLEASE FILL OUT THE FORM BELOW COMPLETELY
INCLUDE IN THE BODY OF YOUR EMAIL:
Composer’s biographical information (250 words maximum)
INCLUDE AS AN EMAIL ATTACHMENT OR LINK
PDF score of composition

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf30GzV1_K-NCoziDELx30519gHwjyDQzqdTVKfOwdCVwVEOg/viewform
Web Site:www.bluemountainensemble.org

 Ret Frem Ensemble
Summary:Rolling Call
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 20 September 2017
Details: New contemporary music ensemble Ret Frem are calling for composers of all ages to submit scores for chamber ensemble. We will accept both new scores and pieces that have been performed before. Successful submissions will be added to our repertoire through rehearsal and performance.

THE CALL
We accept scores in two categories:

Category 1: Scores for quartet of flute, clarinet, violin and cello (with standard doublings). Category 2: Scores for any combination of flute, clarinet, violin, cello and piano/electric keyboard (with standard doublings).

There is no fee for submission.
Scores can be in any style and of any duration.
Scores for solo instrument are just as valid as a quintet or anything in between, in

Category 2.
We will contact composers whose scores we wish to perform as and when our programme permits. The call is ongoing and there is no deadline: scores will be selected based on the curation of specific concert programmes.

Selected scores may be performed several times during our season.

Please fill in the attached Submission Form and send to:
admin@retfrem.com or Ret Frem Ensemble,Top Flat, 79 Brighton Road, London N16 8EQ << N.B. NEW ADDRESS

N.B. Not all our performance venues have pianos.
Web Site:www.retfrem.com

 THE MATAN GIVOL INTERNATIONAL COMPOSERS COMPETITION 2018
Summary:Chamber Call
Deadline: 01 April 2018
Date Posted: 30 August 2017
Details: Meitar Ensemble announces the 3nd Matan Givol International Composers Competition.

-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.
-The promotion of New Chamber and Ensemble Music was Meitar Ensemble’s goal and ambition for many years. With this competition we take on yet another path to find those hidden jewels of New Music and bring them to the front stage .

I. PRIZE FOR THE WINNING COMPOSITION

2,000 euro and one public performances on June 30th 2018. The piece will be conducted by Ilan Volkov and recorded live.

II. CONDITIONS FOR ENTRY AND APPLICATION

There are no age limit or nationality restrictions for composers.
-Instruments: The compositions submitted for the competition must use any combination of the following instrumentation, with a minimum of five performers:

flute (doubling on picc and alto flute), clarinet (doubling on bass clarinet), violin, viola, cello, piano, percussion: vibraphone, 4 octave marimba, glockenspiel (any other requirements for percussion instruments should be discussed in advance).

-Usage of prepared pianos 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.
Deadline for entries: The scores, the registration application and the enclosed documents must be sent no later than April 1st 2018 (23:59 Jerusalem time) to the following email address: ceme.meitarensemble@gmail.com

A COMPLETE APPLICATION WILL HAVE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

-A full online Application Form (see at bottom of the page)

-Scores (in PDF form) to be under pseudonym (the committee will not receive the participants names) + Short description of the work

-An artistic and academic curriculum

A copy of the Entry Fee payment document

-The jury will consist of Meitar Ensemble members and the ensemble’s composer in residence, Mr. Philippe Leroux and the ensemble’s conductor in residence, Mr. Pierre-Andre Valade

-The jury’s decision is final and cannot be legally challenged. Furthermore, the jury reserves the right to award no prize.

-The entry fees are non-refundable.

-The results of the Matan Givol International Composers Competition 2018 will be published on the web site www.meitar.net and the social networks no later than May 15th 2018.

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION OF COMPLETE APPLICATIONS: APRIL 1ST 2018 (23:59 JERUSALEM TIME)
Web Site:www.meitar.net/composers-competition

 2018 Chou’s Annual Composition Commission Award
Summary:Chamber Competition
Deadline: 30 September 2017
Date Posted: 30 August 2017
Details: Soochow University (Suzhou, China) invites professional composers (students currently enrolled in a composition course of study at the Bachelor’s or Master’s level are not eligible) of any nationality to submit 1-2 work samples to be considered for the Chou’s Annual Composition Commission Award. The winner will receive a monetary prize of 20,000RMB (before tax), international airfare to attend the work’s rehearsals and première at Soochow University, and lodging in Suzhou while in residence in the fall of 2018.

The commissioned work will be a chamber piece between 7-10 minutes for 3-8 players drawing from the following instruments:

(1) flute (picc., alto, bass)

(1) oboe (English horn)

(1) clarinet in Bb/A (bass clarinet)

(1) bassoon

(1) saxophone (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone)

(1) horn

(1) tenor trombone

(1) percussion (orchestral and mallet)

(1) piano

(1) violin

(1) viola

(1) cello

(1) double bass

The work may also include traditional Chinese instruments and electronics, depending on availability.

Faculty Artists of Soochow University School of Music will give the première performance of the work which will be recorded. The winner will also be invited to give a guest lecture on their music while in residence.

Those who wish to be considered for this commission award should send the following materials to paulsilverthorne@suda.edu.cn by 11:59pm China Standard Time on September 30th, 2017:

1. Up to two scores in PDF format demonstrating the individual’s aesthetic in chamber music composition for at least three performers. Submitted works do not need to conform to the listed instrumentation given above for the commission. Please use LASTNAME_TITLE.pdf format.

2. Accompanying recordings in mp3 format. Files should be no larger than 20MB, please use LASTNAME_TITLE.mp3 format)

3. Curriculum Vitae including list of works and contact information

If all materials exceed 20MB, please share a single LASTNAME_FIRSTNAME.zip file to paulsilverthorne@suda.edu.cn via Dropbox. All other file sharing services will not be accepted due to their incompatibility with Chinese online resources.

Hard copies of recordings or scores will not be accepted.

The winning composer will be notified via email before October 26, 2017.
Web Site:music.suda.edu.cn/EN/NewsView.aspx?id=1110&ClassID=5

 Hebrides Ensemble Composition Seminar
Summary:Submit Scores for Composition Seminar
Deadline: 30 September 2017
Date Posted: 17 August 2017
Details: Would you like to hear your music performed by one of the UK’s leading chamber ensembles? Would you like to discuss your music with internationally renowned composer Nigel Osborne? Then come and join us in Edinburgh on Tuesday 21 November 2017 for a day of music-making and discussion.

The event will be led by composer Nigel Osborne and Hebrides Ensemble’s Artistic Director William Conway. Scores will be played by Hebrides Ensemble musicians during a day of performance and discussion, open to anyone with an interest in composition.

Hebrides Ensemble supports composers at all stages of their careers, most recently through: workshops for those at school, college and university; training for amateur composers working on their own; commissions and performances for those entering the profession; and commissions, recordings and broadcasts for established composers internationally. If we don’t know you or your music, we can’t support you! So, this is a chance to let us see what you’re doing and for us to get to know your music.

Submissions should be:
• a maximum of 7 minutes long (this could be a section of a larger work)
• written for any combination of the following instruments: Violin, Viola, Cello, Double Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe and Bassoon and Horn. Solo or ensemble works will be considered.
• We don’t mind if your work has been performed before; if its published or unpublished; how old you are; or where you’re from. The only thing we ask is that you have completed your formal education.

Composers of any age and stage will be welcome to attend the seminar, even if you have not submitted a score. The seminar is open to all. For details on how to attend click here.

Submissions must be received by 18:00 on 30 September 2017.
One copy of the score (and a recording if you have one) should be sent to:
Hebrides Ensemble
Call for Scores
77 Montgomery Street
Edinburgh
EH7 5HZ

or emailed to Anna@hebridesensemble.com

If your piece is selected, we will let you know by Friday 20 October and we will ask that you provide us with a set of parts by 1st November 2017. Please ensure that scores and parts are legible. Composers whose work is selected for performance would be expected to attend the event and we would provide you with a recording of your work.
Web Site:hebridesensemble.com/2017/08/09/call-for-scores-composition-seminar-tuesday-21-november/

 Heckscher Foundation-Ithaca College Composition Prize
Summary:Chamber Competition
Deadline: 30 October 2017
Date Posted: 02 August 2017
Details: 2017 Ithaca College International Heckscher Composition Prize

The Ithaca College School of Music is pleased to announce the 2017 Heckscher International Composition Prize. This year the competition is for the best work for chamber ensemble of minimum 4, maximum 7 players (see guidelines following) submitted by a composer of any age or nationality. Works with electronics are not acceptable. The work’s duration must be a maximum 15 minutes. The work may have been previously performed or awarded other prizes.

The work shall be scored for a minimum 4; maximum 7 of the following instruments

Flute (doubl. picc and alto flute)

Trumpet

Piano

Percussion (1 player)

Violin

Cello

Bass

The composer of the winning work will receive $1,750. There is no application fee.

The winning work will be performed by the Ithaca College Contemporary Ensemble. The composer of the winning work is expected to attend the award performance at Ithaca College on April 19, 2018.The competition will not provide travel/accommodation allowance.

Submission deadline is October 30, 2017. The winning work will be announced on the Ithaca College Heckscher Competition website by December 4, 2017.

Submission must be anonymous. Only ONE submission per composer will be accepted. Score and recording must show the title of the work only. Should any part of the composer’s name be legible on the score, recording or linked URLs, the entry will be disqualified.

For submitting materials electronically, please use the online entry form. Do not submit materials via email. To submit your materials, you will need to provide direct URLs to the following:

1. a score in PDF format (no other format will be accepted)

2. a recording, audio or video (if available). For audio, mp3 is preferred.

3. a text or PDF document containing your full name, address, telephone number and e-mail address. This document should be labeled with the title of your piece plus the words “contact info”, example: "Mypiece-contactinfo"

PDF, audio, video and text files should be uploaded to platforms such as Dropbox, Megaupload, or any hosting space, making sure that no part of the URL or linked page reveals the identity of the composer. Your materials must be available at the provided URL until at least December 30, 2017.

If any questions, send an e-mail to Emmanuel Berrido aberrido@ithaca.edu

If sending hard copy, please submit:

1. Bound anonymous score

2. Recording (audio CD only)

3. Sealed envelope containing the composer’s name, address, telephone number and e-mail address (Write only the title of the musical work on the envelope.)

Mailing Address:

School of Music

Attn: Composition Area/Heckscher PrizeIthaca College

953 Danby Rd

Ithaca, NY 14850

Please note that online submission via the form below or mail-in submissions are the only valid forms of submission. Do NOT send materials or links via e-mail.

Please note that online submission via the form below or mail-in submissions are the only valid forms of submission. Do NOT send materials or links via e-mail.

To access the online form, follow this link or copy-paste the URL below into your web browser's top window:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSccEVj5yNc3jIjzn2dtbVEZsNO2M7KIlvJINfodTZzNN7teYg/viewform?usp=sf_link

We strongly encourage electronic submissions

Web Site:www.ithaca.edu/music/current_students/competitions/heckscherprize/

 Lake George Music Festival
Deadline: 31 January 2018
Date Posted: 02 August 2017
Details: 2018 Guidelines

• an original work of chamber music composed after January 1st, 2012.
• a complete work – no single movements of multi-movement works will be accepted.
• work must be in its original form – no arrangements; example: no piece originally intended for string orchestra submitted as a string quintet will be accepted.
• between 7 and 12 minutes in duration.
• scored for 3 to 8 players (not including a conductor, if applicable).
• written for the following instruments: violin, viola, cello, double bass, flute, piccolo, oboe, english horn, b-flat clarinet, A clarinet, bass clarinet, bassoon, horn, trumpet, trombone, bass trombone, tuba, piano, percussion.
• pieces scored for percussion must follow these additional guidelines.
• any combination of the above instruments is acceptable, however only two of the same instrument may be included; example: maximum of 2 flutes, 2 oboes, 2 percussionists, piano four hands, etc; with exceptions being a maximum of one tuba, one bass trombone. Works scored for up to 4 violins are acceptable. Works for two or more pianos are not acceptable.
• instrument doublings must adhere to the instrumentation restrictions, example: no alto flute, no contrabassoon.
• works may be written for amplified instruments, prepared piano, and off stage instruments.
• works may include non-interactive electroacoustic elements (e.g., CD playback).

HOW TO APPLY


The 2018 submission period will be from January 1st to January 31st. Please submit the following materials via ONE email with attachments to info@lakegeorgemusicfestival.com. The subject line of the email should read “LGMF Composition Competition” followed by your full name.

• An anonymous .pdf file of the composition score. The score should be labeled with the title of the work and printed date of composition only. Multi-movement pieces should be submitted together as one joint .pdf file.
• An anonymous recording in mp3 format. Recordings must be complete (no excerpts) and must be labeled with the title of the work only and sent as an email attachment. Live instrumental recordings are strongly preferred over MIDI renditions. If submitting MIDI please take the time to create an audio file which sounds as realistic as is possible. Composers submitting a piece for electronics/amplified instruments must submit a live performance or studio recording (not MIDI). Multi-movement pieces should be submitted together as one joint .mp3 file. Please edit out any tuning/clapping.
• A PayPal receipt proving the application fee has been paid. Please pay application fee at the same time when submitting materials.

In the body of the email, please include the following information: composer name, date of birth, college or university affiliation, composer phone number,

All steps outlined above must be completed and submitted in their entirety by the deadline. No exceptions can be made whatsoever. If you wait until January 31st, we cannot guarantee any issues that arise during staff review, including missing or incorrect documents, will be resolved by the application deadline. Consequently, LGMF urges you to submit immediately.

APPLICATION FEE
$10 – Payment will be accepted via credit/debit card through PayPal by clicking the button below. PayPal accounts are not required. Application fee is not refundable, please review guidelines carefully.
Any questions regarding the competition should be directed to competition administrator Alexander Lombard at info@lakegeorgemusicfestival.com


Web Site:www.lakegeorgemusicfestival.com/composition-competition/

 13th COMPOSITION COMPETITION of the Fribourg International Festival of Sacred Music, Switzerland
Summary:Competition inspired by art
Deadline: 15 October 2017
Date Posted: 19 July 2017
Details: In association with

Espace 2 - RTS (Radio Télévision Suisse)
and the Haute Ecole de Musique Vaud Valais Fribourg (HEMU)

Work for an instrumental ensemble

Since 1985 the organising committee of the “Festival International de Musiques Sacrées, Fribourg” has regularly held a sacred music Composition Competition.
The Competition aims to promote original works which take their inspiration from sacred texts or themes.

RU L E S
1.1 The Competition is open to composers of all ages and nationalities.
1.2 Participation in the Competition is anonymous.
1.3 The work must be completely original and hitherto unpublished. In addition, it must never have been performed publicly or broadcast, either in part or in its entirety.
1.4 Previous prizewinners of the Composition Competition of the Fribourg International Festival of Sacred Music may not enter.
1.5 Composers who have been previously awarded a special mention in one or more of the Composition Competition of the Fribourg International Festival of Sacred Music may enter.
1.6 The composition should be between 10 and 15 minutes long. Performance time must be specified on the first page of the score.
1.7 The submitted scores must be legible, should be no larger than A3 format (42 cm x 29.7 cm), and suitable for use by the musicians.

2. THEME
2.1 The instrumental work should be inspired by the painting “Vanitas - Still life with skull” (Vanitas - Stillleben mit Totenkopf) by Sebastian Stoskopff (1597-1658) which is part of the Kunstmuseum Basel (Switzerland) collection; a photo of the painting can be found at the end of this brochure.

3. TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
3.1 The submitted composition must be exclusively for:
• 1 viola, 1 bassoon, 2 trombones (T + B), 2 timpani, 1 harp ;
for a six-person instrumental ensemble.
3.2 The composition should be accessible to young professional musicians.

4. SUBMISSION DETAILS
4.1 Applicants must submit six paper copies of the score, as well as an audio CD (optional) of the work if they have used musical composition and notation software to write the work. Alternatively, applicants who have used a musical composition software may simply provide a link to an audio file of their work in each of the six copies on paper of their short, written presentation (see Section 4.2).
4.2 Applicants must submit six copies on paper of a short presentation of their work (in French, German or English). This should be no longer than one A4 page, and must be enclosed with six copies of the score.
4.3 The six copies of the score and documents set out in Section 4.1 and 4.2, as well as the audio CD referred to in Section 4.1, should not carry a name or signature. Instead, each enclosure should feature a personal identification number, i.e. a 5-digit number chosen by the applicant.
4.4 Each submission must include the duly completed application form, a detailed CV and two passport photos. All documents should be posted in a sealed envelope bearing the 5-digit identification number chosen by the applicant.
4.5 All entries should be postmarked no later than October 15, 2017 and sent to the follow- ing address:

FESTIVAL INTERNATIONAL DE MUSIQUES SACREES, FRIBOURG Composition Competition
P.O. Box 540
CH - 1701 FRIBOURG (SWITZERLAND)
Web Site:www.fims-fribourg.ch/fr/content/concours-de-composition-0

 IIIº CONCURSO DE COMPOSIÇÃO JORGE PEIXINHO / 3rd COMPOSITION COMPETITION JORGE PEIXINHO
Summary:Competition with two categories
Deadline: 02 October 2017
Date Posted: 04 April 2017
Details: The 3rd International Composition Competition GMCL / Jorge Peixinho is organized by the Grupo de Música Contemporânea de Lisboa (Contemporary Music Group of Lisbon) and its main purposes are the encouragement of musical creation and his divulgation, thus contributing to the increase of the repertoire of chamber music. Has a biennial periodicity.

Composition of the jury: Ivan Fedele (President), Gerhard Stabler, Clotilde Rosa, João Madureira, Pedro Figueiredo, Jaime Reis e Jorge Sá Machado.
The art work and application form must be sent by registered mail, until October 28 2015, to the following address:

Concurso de Composição – GMCL
Rua do Varatojo, 50
2790-443 Queijas
PORTUGAL

There will be two categories within the formation of GMCL (mezzo-soprano, Flute, Clarinet, Violin, Viola, Cello, Harp, Percussion and Piano):

A – Music for the Ensemble (complete formation of the group)
B – Chamber Music (minimum of four performers).

In all categories electronics may be included.

Two prizes will be awarded in each category, 1st and 2nd prizes. The winning works will have the edition of the score and parts for AVA publisher and its presentation in concert with broadcast on national radio, Antena 2.
First awards (Categories A and B) will also be assigned € 2.000 prize money.

contact: gmclconcursocomposicao@gmail.com
Web Site:www.gmcl.pt/concurso-de-composicaocomposition-competition/

 2017 Composition Competition of the Freiburg International Festival of Sacred Music
Summary:Competition inspired by art
Deadline: 15 October 2017
Date Posted: 21 December 2016
Details: The organizing committee of the "Festival International de Musiques Sacrées, Friborg" has organized a composition contest for spiritual music regularly since 1985. The aim of this competition is to promote new independent works inspired by sacred texts or themes.

The 13th edition of the competition is organized in collaboration with the Haute Ecole de Musique Vaud Valais Friborg (HEMU) and with Espace 2 - RTS (Radio Télévision Suisse) and is dedicated to an instrumental ensemble.

The competition participants and - participants have to be submitted by October 15, 2017 composed for an instrumental ensemble work. The submitted work is to be composed exclusively for the following instrumentation:

• 1 viola, 1 bassoon, 2 trombones (T + B), 2 timpani, 1 harp;
For an instrumental ensemble with 6 instrumentalists

The on composing instrumental piece is the painting - inspired by Sebastian Stoskopff (1597-1658), which (Switzerland) is exhibited at the Kunstmuseum Basel "Vanitas Still Life with Skull".
Web Site:www.fims-fribourg.ch/de/content/concours-de-composition-deutch

 11th Joan Guinjoan International Prize for Young Composers
Summary:Prize for ensemble
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 31 October 2012
Details: 1.The contest is open to composers of every nationality under the age of 35 at December 1st, 2012. Former winners of this award are not allowed to submit again.
2.Each participant may submit an unlimited number of works, which cannot previously have been published, premiered or commissioned. Works performed in the educational context of conservatories and schools of music will not be considered premieres.
3.The work, in a contemporary style, should be 10 to 15 minutes long.
4.The work must be written for an open formation of 6 to 15 instruments, with optional electronics, chosen from among those in an orchestra, piano, accordion, guitar, voice and typical jazz –electric guitar, bass and keyboards– instruments, “cobla” instruments, and instruments of early music: harpsichord, recorder, viola da gamba, cornet, sackbut, early bassoon and plucked string instruments. It is also possible to include a small choir of four voices (SATB, 4-4-4-4), which will be considered as four different instruments. There may not be more than two instruments the same, except for violins, for which there is a maximum of 10, violas and cellos, for which there is a maximum of 4.
5.The composer must submit six copies of the score and one registration form for each work presented. The work must be written and printed with a notation software which allows automatic extraction of parts, or the participants must commit to send the parts in case of being winners. Once the winner has been chosen, the composers may collect 5 copies of their works within one month from date of the award. One copy will remain in the archives of the School.
6.The amount of the award is 3.000 €. The chosen work will be premiered by the Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya with the option to be professionally recorded on CD by the School.
7.Apart from the winning work, the jury may decide to give honorific mentions to other works submitted which are considered of special interest. The works worthy of this distinction will be premiered together with the winning work.
8.The Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya will have publishing and distribution rights to the score, the CD or any other format of the winning work.
9.All written or audio-recorded editions of the winning work will be marked “Premi Joan Guinjoan de l’Escola Superior de Música de Catalunya, 2012”.
10.The jury will be made up of five composers chosen from the Department of Theory and Composition of the School. The names of the members of the jury will be announced once the award decision has been made public. Their decision may not be appealed. The decision will be announced before January 10th, 2013.
11.The deadline for submitting scores is December 1st, 2012.
12.The works will be submitted under pseudonym.
2nd Prize:Euro 3000
Age Limit:35
Duration:6 to 15 minutes
Web Site:www.esmuc.cat/eng/Departments/Theory-composition-and-conducting/11th-Joan-Guinjoan-International-Prize-for-Young-Composers

 North/South Consonance
Summary:call for scores (various combinations)
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 20 April 2011
Details: - All composers are eligible for consideration
- Solo, chamber ensemble and chamber works up to 18 performers will be considered
- Vocalists, percussion and/or electronics are acceptable
- One work will be selected for recording on the North/South label
- $25 non-refundable fee per composition submitted required
(Checks must be negotiable through a US bank)

Complete submission guidelines posted at

http://www.northsouthmusic.org

Mail submissions to

NORTH/SOUTH CONSONANCE, INC.
P.O. Box 698 - Cathedral Station
New York, NY 10025 – 0698
USA
Web Site:http://www.northsouthmusic.org