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


the Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF) 2016





The Korea Electro-Acoustic Music Society is proud to announce the Seoul International Computer Music Festival (SICMF) 2016. (The dates and the places will be announced soon.) Categories 1. Tape music 2. Electro-acoustic music(tape or live) with instruments (up to 4 players) 3. Live electro-acoustic music 4. Audio-visual media art Submission Deadline Monday, 15 February 2016, 6 pm (UTC+9) Read more...



COMPOSIT July 5-July 13th 2016





COMPOSIT is an international summer festival for composers of contemporary music taking place July 5-July 13th in Rieti, Italy. Internationally renown faculty guide and instruct participants through lessons and masterclasses on specialized topics. The 2016 edition offer a Composition Program and a Live Electronics and Sound Installation Program.



2016 General Artists-in-Residence Program





2016 General Artists-in-Residence Program, supporting the following disciplines: Visual Arts, Architecture, Moving Image, Music Composition/Sound Art, Creative Writing and Landscape/Garden/Ecological Design The application deadline is January 25, 2016 Read more...



Academy of composition Philippe Manoury





Call for applications for the Academy of composition Philippe Manoury / festival Musica which will take place from 19th September to 1st October 2016 in Strasbourg (France) in partnership with the Music Academy of the High School of Arts of the Rhine (HEAR), the Conservatory, the University of Strasbourg and Labex Gream.



The 2017 GAUDEAMUS AWARD NOMINEES have been selected





A professional jury consisting of Mayke Nas (NLD), Christopher Trapani (USA) and Joe Cutler (GBR) has drawn up a shortlist for the 2017 Gaudeamus Award.No fewer than 288 scores from 36 different countries were submitted for the 2017 competition. The judging panel selected the following five composers to enter the prestitious competition next year:
* Landscape Series: 1 – Chaz Underriner (1987, USA)
* The Atlas Slave – Ivan Vukosavljevic (1986, SRB),



2016 Sound of Dragon Music Festival





Sound of Dragon2016 Sound of Dragon Music Festival – Call for Scores & Workshops for Composers of any age and nationality. The 2016 Sound of Dragon Music Festival is accepting submissions of works for the combination of Chinese and western instruments. In order to provide the resources for composers unfamiliar with these instruments, the Sound of Dragon Society will present a series of workshops in October & November 2016.



Composing in the Wilderness 2016





Fellow Composers:

I’m delighted to announce that registration is now open for Composing in the Wilderness 2016! This one-of-a-kind creative adventure will take place July 13-26 in Alaska, USA.



FORUM 2016 Jan 14-17, Ottawa CNMN





FORUM 2016 Jan 14-17, Ottawa CNMN (Canadian New Music Network), National Arts Centre Orchestra, University of Ottawa, Carleton University along with ISCM Canadian Section, mount FORUM 2016, the 7th of CNMN’s biennial gathering of composers, performers, producers and presenters. By inviting the heads of the ISCM sections in the Netherlands and the UK, as well as presenters and artists, we create a more purposeful international exchange at this FORUM.



Gaudeamus Muziekweek Academy





Gaudeamus Muziekweek Academy From 3 till 9 September 2015 (a week preceding the Muziekweek) the 2nd Gaudeamus Academy will take place. During the academy the five composers nominated for the Gaudeamus Prize 2015 will work intensively with Asko|Schönberg, Nadar Ensemble and zwerm. In addition to that, they will work on a new piece for ensemble-in-residence Slagwerk Den Haag. An intense working week with plenty of room for discussion, en groupe or face to face with the jury members. composers nominated for the Gaudeamus Prize 2015:



Moving Classics residency projects 2015





The second round of applications for Moving Classics is now open inviting mid-career composers across Europe to take part in international residency projects with partners in the UK, Iceland and Norway. After three successful residencies with composers Eyvind Gulbrandsen, Enrica Sciandrone and Brice Catherin we are launching our second round of composer’s residency opportunities to create new music collaborating with Pinquins percussion trio (Norway), Kammerkor Sudurlands (Iceland) and British new music Ensemble Psappha.




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