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Mon 05/31/21 shortonesshortones is a call for compositions to be performed online in summer 2021 PRIZ...
Sun 06/27/21 RMN CLASSICAL: Call for ELECTROACOUSTIC Works... RMN Classical is excited to announce the Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021, a ...
Wed 06/30/21 Call for Songs Post-COVID 2021/2022For my 15th program of modern songs in English, I am looking for song cycles wri...
Sat 07/31/21 Recording Opportunities for 2021Phasma-Music, a nonprofit organization founded in 2016, has released almost 35 a...
Sat 07/31/21 Dante 700 - International Competition for Sym... In Dante’s year and on occasion of the 700th anniversary of the poet’s death...


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shortones

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: May 31, 2021
Fee: 10€

Application Web Link

shortones is a call for compositions to be performed online in summer 2021

PRIZES
3-7 compositions will be:
- awarded with 1/3 of the total amount of the entry fees
- performed, recorded, broadcast in live streaming
- added to repertoire for possible future performances

ELIGIBILITY
Composers of any age and nationality

INSTRUMENTATION
Compositions for 1 to 4 players, any combination of:
- Clarinets (2 performers, all clarinet family)
- Harp (1 performer)
- Piano (1 performer)

DURATION
1 to 5 minutes approx.

SUBMISSION FEE
a single donation of €10 per composer, no limits to scores you may send

DEADLINE
May 31, 2021

Full info and submission at https://musicaprospettiva.wordpress.com/shortones/








RMN CLASSICAL: Call for ELECTROACOUSTIC Works 2021

Category: Call for Works
Deadline: June 27, 2021
Fee: EARLY BIRD [Ends May 23, 2021 at 11:59pm BST]: £37 - per work submitted
 STANDARD PRICE: £65 - per work submitted

Application Web Link

RMN Classical is excited to announce the Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021, a project launched to promote the creation of new works written for the fascinating sound-art genre and to discover talented composers, artists and creators.

This Call is perfect for all those artists that want to increase their chances to get discovered and want to strengthen their careers by winning and getting featured in a professionally curated album.



The winners will be featured in a top-quality album produced by RMN Classical and released worldwide through RMN Music. This new album will be distributed in a high-quality edition on Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Deezer, Tidal and numerous other stores and platform. Optionally, there will be the possibility for physical distribution, synch and licensing opportunities (tv & film) and much more (see full prize below). The release and the winning works will also be added to the prestigious Sound and Music Archive of the British Library (London, UK).

The Call for Electroacoustic Works 2021 is open to composers, artists and creatives of any age and nationality.

To APPLY and to read the full guidelines please visit the official page.

The prize will include:
Production of the album
Mastering of the winning tracks
Commercial release with worldwide distribution
High-quality design of the cover artwork
Design of promotional material
Preparation of the promotional text
Creation of the album press release
Essential promotion including press release distribution and social media boost (check our catalogue for an overview of our editorial style)
Share of the royalties from sales & streamings
The composer keeps the rights of the work and master recording
Rights management and royalties collection
British Library, Sound and Music Archive registration
Creation of official album page and composer page on RMN Classical








Call for Songs Post-COVID 2021/2022

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: June 30, 2021
Fee: No fee

Application Web Link

For my 15th program of modern songs in English, I am looking for song cycles written after 2015 with texts in English (preferably by living poets), that run up to 20 minutes for any combination of tenor, piano and/or double bass.
Submissions in MusicXML- or PDF-format can be sent to gwsings@gregorywiest.com.
Chosen works will be performed and recorded live in Munich on a yet to be determined date in the 2021/2022 season, hopefully Post-COVID.








Recording Opportunities for 2021

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: July 31, 2021
Fee: No fee

Application Web Link

Phasma-Music, a nonprofit organization founded in 2016, has released almost 35 albums, on behalf of individual composers and foundations, studio recordings and live performances of orchestral works, mostly by twentieth- and twenty-first-century composers. The albums received 22 awards and distinctions. All recordings are proudly distributed digitally and physically via Naxos Global Logistics (Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, Apple Music, iTunes Store, ArkivMusic, Naxos Direct, hb direct, Presto Music, deezer, napster, YouTube, Naxos Music Library).







Dante 700 - International Competition for Symphonic Composition

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: July 31, 2021
Fee: 100 euro

Application Web Link

In Dante’s year and on occasion of the 700th anniversary of the poet’s death, the Camerata Strumentale Città di Prato and the Florence Philharmonic Orchestra – la Filharmonie are announcing an international competition of symphonic composition. The project aims to encourage and promote creative energies in the field of orchestral composition, focusing on the figure and poetry of Dante Alighieri.

The score will have to be inspired by the Divina Commedia, drawing inspiration from a figure, an image, a character, or a selection of verses. The competition is open to composers of any nationality and is without age limit, who should compose a symphonic piece of maximum 15 minutes duration. A prestigious international jury will oversee the entire process. Three scores will be selected for the final stage and will be evaluated by the jury at a public performance, after which the winner will be declared.

The Jury will be chaired by Maestro Anders Hillborg and comprise Maestri Silvia Colasanti, Mauro Montalbetti, Giovanni Sollima, Jonathan Webb, Alberto Batisti and Paolo Cognetti. Maestro Nima Keshavarzi, the conductor for the final concert, will support the Jury’s work.

The three finalists’ compositions will subsequently be performed and recorded during the future symphonic seasons of Camerata Strumentale Città di Prato and la Filharmonie, and broadcast by Rete Toscana Classica.

The overall winner of the competition will be awarded a prize of 5000 euro, and the successful score will be published within the series Stilnovo by Edizioni Musicali Curci in Milan promoted by CIDIM: Italian National Music Committee. The latter institution will manage the production and international distribution among the network of Italian Cultural Institutions of MAECI and the video recording of the concert in which Camerata Strumentale di Prato and la Filharmonie – Florence Philharmonic Orchestra will perform the finalists’ compositions.






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