ISCM indkalder hermed klaverværker til World New Music Days 2010 i Sydney. Deadline 31. december 2009
Typically composers will spend many days, weeks, months and even years writing pieces of music. But to write an entire piece in one day can be also be a singularly pleasurable experience.
The 2010 Aurora Festival will be presenting a unique concert of new piano works, each of which will have been written by composers in a single day. We invite submissions from composers from around the world for this concert. The theme of this concert is Momentary Pleasures. Composers should write a work with this theme in mind - however they wish to interpret this.
Criteria Instrumentation: solo (unamplified) piano. Playing inside the piano to be avoided.
Duration: Maximum two notated pages, maximum 4 minutes in length.
Composition time: The composer must include a declaration stating that the submitted piece was written within a single day. Typesetting time may be additional to this single day.
Nationality: Composers may be from anywhere in the world.
Age restriction: There is no maximum or minimum age restriction.
Entry fee: There is no entry fee for this category.
The following should be submitted:
* Score in PDF format
* Recording (Optional. MIDI recordings acceptable. mp3 format only)
* Name and nationality of the composer
* Email contact
* Programme notes (max. 100 words, in English) detailing how the theme of 'momentary pleasures' was used in the submitted composition.
* A written declaration from the composer in the body of the email stating that this composition was written in a single day.
Entries must be submitted electronically via email to the following address: p.horn(a)australianmusiccentre.com.au
Date of receipt of entries: 5pm Thursday, 31 December 2009 (Sydney time).
2010 ISCM World New Music Days Sydney, Australia
30 April to 9 May 2010