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THE 2015 ISCM WORLD MUSIC DAYS - Report by Frank J. Oteri

 

 

 

 

IT’S DIFFICULT TO BE A WORLD SHOWCASE WITH LIMITED RESOURCES: THE 2015 ISCM WORLD MUSIC DAYS
By Frank J. Oteri on October 23, 2015

An aerial view of the old town of Ljubljana
A view of Ljubljana from one of its highest points, Ljubljana Castle.

Before trekking to Ljubljana, Slovenia for the 2015 World Music Days (WMD), the signature annual music festival of the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM), I had attended three previous editions of this one-of-a-kind event. There is no other music festival on the planet that attempts to bring together a selection of recently composed music that has been vetted by new music organizations from countries on six continents. (WMD takes place in a different location every year in co-production with a local presenter, and the programming is always a combination of local new music and mandated international repertoire culled from ISCM member organizations’ submissions.

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