Calls for Scores and Commission Opportunities
'See/Hear' Call for Scores, Ireland
Deadline: 7 June 2013-05-23
Open to all composers, for all genres. Send score or recording and a short biography.
Hilltown New Music Festival 2013: Call for Music Scores, Ireland
Deadline: 14 June 2013
Hilltown New Music Festival are inviting all composers based in Ireland to submit original works for the Hilltown ensemble-in-residence 2013. Specifically, we are looking for scores for Soprano, Cello, Chamber Organ OR Harpsichord OR Digital / MIDI keyboard. The work should use all three musicians of the ensemble and the duration of the work can be up to approximately 10 minutes. Live electronics or fixed tape part are optional.
Selected works will be performed by the ensemble-in-residence in a series of concerts on 20-21 July during the Hilltown New Music Festival.
Performance materials (one score, one set of parts, and any other materials required), a short programme note (80 words max.) and a short composer bio (80 words max.), should be sent in hard copy only to the postal address below. No
submissions by email accepted on this occasion.
Hilltown New Music Festival - Call for Music Scores
31 Baymount Park
Arizona Pro Arte 2013-2014 "Call for Scores" project, USA
Deadline: 1 December 2013
Open to all composers. Works for ensemble, see web site for specific instrumentation, duration max 12 mins. The winning work will be performed on Arizona Pro Arte's April 10th, 2014 concert at The Tempe Center for the Arts in Tempe, Arizona. The program is titled "Apotheosis of the Dance." The winning work will be performed with a live solo dancer or duo of dancers.
Call for Scores on Variations on the Theme of Twinkle Twinkle Little Star for Piano, Hong Kong
Deadline: 31 December 2013
Open to all composers. Each entry should contain one page of music for one piano (both hands or left hand) using Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star as the theme. There are no restrictions on style, genre or technique; priority will be given to pieces displaying innovation and creativity. The music should present an intermediate level of technical difficulty. From the entries received, 100 will be selected for publication.
The call will result in a publication, which will be an amusing and popular album containing miniature variations by 100 composers worldwide. The variations will contain a multitude of examples on different points of composition, providing a rich repertoire for piano teaching, performance and sight reading and also for general appreciation. The album will be suitable for use by piano students and teachers, composition enthusiasts, and music lovers in general.