C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

F0 note (21.83 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

G0 note (24.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

Composers' Competition

Final reminder: Call for Works for the Asian Composers Showcase 2019





Asian Composers Showcase 2019 

Open Call for Scores 

The Asian Composers Showcase was launched in 2013 by the Goethe-Institut together with the Tongyeong International Music Festival (TIMF), to promote the composition of New Music in North East Asia. For six years now, a total of twenty-five compositions by promising young composers have been premiered at TIMF.   



call for Biennale College – Music





La Biennale di Venezia, chaired by Paolo Baratta, announces the new edition of the Biennale College – Music with the launch of the del international call for teams consisting of a composer and a librettist, aged 35 and under.



composition competition Torre della Quarda





The composition competition “Torre della Quarda” is an international event; it will be a key element of Festival Internazionale di Musica di Savona and it will contribute to enrich an artistic proposal which has reached in 2018 its sixth edition. The principal objective of the competition is to give support to the composition of new musical pieces and to promote the creativity in the musical field. Our hope is to bring the best emerging talent of composition from all over the world to Savona.








Ascoltare lo Spazio / Ascoltare il Tempo The rules and conditions of three different call for works dedicated to acousmatic music are available. No participation fee is required. Deadline: 31st August 2017 Read more...



the International Composition Competition Vittorio Fellegara





Associazione "Musica Aperta" of Bergamo and the Fellegara Competition promoting Comittee are pleased to send you the leaflet of the International Composition Competition "Vittorio Fellegara" – Third Edition 2017, organized by Musica Aperta and dedicated to works for classic piano Trio (violin, cello and piano). The deadline for the competition is October 10, 2017. Read more...



New Saxophone Quartets! – Keuris Quartet





Gaudeamus invites young composers (35 years or younger) worldwide to write a new saxophone quartet for the Keuris Quartet. Send a composition sketch with a maximum length of one minute before August 1. We would like to receive sheet music / PDF and a midi file. Read more..



Call for new notes for the Robot Toy Piano





Robot Toy Piano – Phyllis Chen / Ranjit Bhatnagar Gaudeamus invites young composers (35 years or younger) worldwide to write new notes for the Robot Toy Piano of Phyllis Chen and Ranjit Bhatnagar. We invite you to write a sketch of 30-60” seconds. We ask you to send a score in PDF-format and a midi-file (for the robot toy piano), with mp3, if available, before August 15th. Read more..



Call for new composition for the carillon





Gaudeamus and carillonneur/carillonist Malgosia Fiebig invite young composers (35 years or younger) worldwide to write a new composition for the carillon of the world-famous Dom Tower in Utrecht (The Netherlands). Malgosia Fiebig is a carillonneur/carillonist in the cities of Utrecht and Nijmegen and a big advocate for new compositions for carillon.Deadline: before 1 August 2017.



Gaudeamus Award 2018





Only five composers younger than 30 years will be eligible for the Award. The categories and ensembles for 2018 are announced! Large ensemble: Asko|Schönberg | Insomnio | Ensemble Modelo62 Electric ensemble: Ensemble Klang Small vocal ensemble: Silbersee Harp solo (+electronics): Miriam Overlach Piano+electronics: Saskia Lankhoorn Open Category: Music installations or works for any other instrumentation, up to a maximum of 12 instrumentalists. Also solo works are possible.



13th SUN RIVER PRIZE Students’ New Music Composition Competition





the competition of this year is chamber music, and the establishment of music instruments to be selected of 1-9 instrumentalists combined willingly and the same instrument is not more than 4. (Without any electronic instrument, equipment and computer) The composition should be under 12 minutes. Read more...




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