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Fri 01/31/20 Lake George Music Festival Composition Compet... The Lake George Music Festival is a strong supporter of contemporary classical m...
Sat 02/15/20 2020 DOT THE LINE: heart (New Music Festival)New Music Festival DOT THE LINE bridges composers and performers in Korea and ot...
Sun 02/16/20 Fabian Panisello - Composition Department at ... The Reina Sofía School of Music was established in 1991 and is considered one o...
Fri 02/21/20 The Walden School Creative Musicians RetreatThe Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat is a 9-day festival in New Hampshir...
Fri 02/21/20 The Walden School Young Musicians ProgramThe Walden School Young Musicians Program provides an unparalleled creative summ...
Sun 03/01/20 2020 Summer/Fall Residencies in WyomingLiterary artists, visual artists, performance artists, musicians and composers a...
Mon 03/02/20 KHN Center for the Arts 2020 Session 2 Deadli... Deadline for 2020 Session 2 Residencies at Kimmel Harding Nelson (KHN) Center fo...
Fri 05/15/20 Choral Composition Contest for Teen Women in ... Indianapolis Women's Chorus announces the 2019-2020 Emerging Voices Choral Compo...
Mon 06/15/20 2020-2021 Association of Concert Bands Young ... This composition contest is intended for young composers (30 or under) who are w...


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Lake George Music Festival Composition Competition

Category: Composition Competition
Deadline: January 31, 2020
Fee: No fee

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The Lake George Music Festival is a strong supporter of contemporary classical music, and annually hosts an international competition to promote its continued development and dissemination. Our mission is to discover the next generation of leading compositions and promote these works to the world at large. We will pair the most promising works with our roster of exceptional performers, fostering long-lasting relationships between artists of the highest caliber. By promoting the movement that contemporary music is alive, inspirational, and relevant to every community, we are doing our part to connect Lake George with the evolution of this tradition.







2020 DOT THE LINE: heart (New Music Festival)

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: February 15, 2020
Fee: No fee

Application Web Link

New Music Festival DOT THE LINE bridges composers and performers in Korea and other countries; advocates contemporary composers and their scores; and presents the highest level of performance and innovative program to general audience.

International New Music Festival DOT THE LINE announces its second call for scores. 2020 DOT THE LINE: heart will take place in Recital Hall at Ewha Womans University and Ilshin Hall, Seoul, Korea. Website: http://www.eunmiko.com/2020-dot-the-lineheart/








Fabian Panisello - Composition Department at Reina Sofia School of Music (Madrid)

Category: Study composition at Reina Sofia School of Music (Madrid)
Deadline: February 16, 2020
Fee: 75 euros

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The Reina Sofía School of Music was established in 1991 and is considered one of the leading music schools of the international panorama. Its current 150 students, who come from 32 different countries, are selected on a merit-base only, receive a personalized education from the best specialists in the world and play in prestigious music halls thanks to the more than 300 public concerts that the School organizes for them each year.







The Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat

Category: Residency
Deadline: February 21, 2020
Fee: 30

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The Walden School Creative Musicians Retreat is a 9-day festival in New Hampshire for composers, improvisers, performers, electronic musicians, choral musicians, and music teachers.
All participants at the Creative Musicians Retreat take lessons, classes, sing in chorus, attend improvisation workshops, hear concerts, and participate in Composers Forums. Courses include the Walden School Musicianship Course, seminars on Contemporary Topics, and courses in electronic music (taught by Sam Pluta, Alex Christie, and Ted Moore). Lisa Bielawa, our 2020 Composer-In-Residence will be on campus all week, moderating three Composers Forums, conducting master classes, and giving private composition lessons. In 2020, our artists-in-residence will be Mivos Quartet, percussionist Matthew Gold, pianist David Friend, and conductor Thomas Colohan. Also on the faculty are Loretta Notareschi, Osnat Netzer, Renée Favand-See, and Caroline Mallonee.
For more information, please visit our website: https://waldenschool.org/creative-musicians-retreat/








The Walden School Young Musicians Program

Category: Residency
Deadline: February 21, 2020
Fee: 50

Application Web Link

The Walden School Young Musicians Program provides an unparalleled creative summer experience for musically inclined students ages 9 to 18.
Part school, part camp, and part festival, the program convenes each summer for five weeks in the beautiful Monadnock region in Dublin, New Hampshire. Through rigorous and innovative daily instruction, students hone their musical and creative skills within a supportive community of like-minded peers and mentors, with a goal of improvising and composing original works. For more information, please visit our website: https://waldenschool.org








2020 Summer/Fall Residencies in Wyoming

Category: Residency
Deadline: March 1, 2020
Fee: $40.00

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Literary artists, visual artists, performance artists, musicians and composers are encouraged to apply for our three week artist residency programs, complete with lodging, meals, private studios provided while surrounded by the incredible natural beauty of the Rocky Mountains.

Residents are at liberty to structure their own time and activity while on a creative retreat. Whether solitude or social engagement is inspiring, the opportunities for creative enrichment are endless at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts.








KHN Center for the Arts 2020 Session 2 Deadline: March 2

Category: Residency
Deadline: March 2, 2020
Fee: $35

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Deadline for 2020 Session 2 Residencies at Kimmel Harding Nelson (KHN) Center for the Arts (2020) for composers/musicians, writers, visual and interdisciplinary artists is March 1, 2020. $100 weekly stipend. Private accommodations / private studio. 2-8 week residencies. Application deadlines annually are September 1st (Session 1) and March 1st (Session 2 - 2020 deadline is March 2).

Application deadline: March 2, 2020 for 2020 Session 2 (July 6 - December 18, 2020)

Established in 2001, the Kimmel Harding Nelson Center for the Arts (KHN) is a renowned Artist Residency program that supports established and emerging visual artists, writers, composers/musicians, and interdisciplinary artists from around the world. We award up to 70 residencies per year, and host up to 5 residents at a time.

KHN gives special consideration for emerging artists by reserving a number of “transitional” residencies for recent masters degree graduates (within two years of application deadline). KHN also gives special consideration for Nebraska artists by ensuring that a number of residencies are awarded to Nebraska artists each year. The application process is the same for all applicants, however applications from “transitional” graduates and Nebraska residents/graduates receive special consideration. At KHN, we define Nebraska artist as those who currently live and work in the state, grew up in Nebraska, or received a diploma from a Nebraska university or college.

Please visit our website at https://www.khncenterforthearts.org/residency/how-apply for application guidelines and link to online application.








Choral Composition Contest for Teen Women in Indiana, ages 15-19

Category: Call for scores
Deadline: May 15, 2020
Fee: No fee

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Indianapolis Women's Chorus announces the 2019-2020 Emerging Voices Choral Composition Contest for Teen Women in Indiana, ages 15-19. Compositions must be written for women's choruses. Enter as an Individual or as a Group. Prizes include a monetary award and performance of the winning composition by the Indianapolis Women's Chorus at a regular season concert.







2020-2021 Association of Concert Bands Young Composers Composition Contest in partnership with the John Philip Sousa Foundation

Category: Composition Contest
Deadline: June 15, 2020
Fee: $25

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This composition contest is intended for young composers (30 or under) who are writing music for concert band. There are over a thousand community bands in the United States and more across the globe who are performing concert band music. These ensembles play music from across the spectrum - show tunes, patriotic selections, marches, transcriptions, new works for band. These bands are looking for new music that fits a more traditional style of concert band literature that audiences will enjoy. Composers should keep this audience in mind for their submission to this contest.

Submissions should be 3-5 min in length and be written around a Grade 4. The piece will be premiered at the annual convention of the Association of Concert Bands to be held in Santa Fe, New Mexico April 27-May 2, 2021 and the winner will receive $2000 in prize money and up to $1000 travel allotment to attend the premier.

Full Eligibility Guidelines and submission requirements are on our website.
Any questions can be sent to acbcontest@gmail.com






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