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2006_ISCM - SWEDISH SECTION 

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The swedish music life is characterised by its many small organisations and by the division of the country into several regions. For the past three years the Swedish section has strived to inspire the many actors, organisations and institutions, on both national and regional levels, to form a common meeting ground or even, in effect, a National platform for the structural development and enhancement of the Swedish Contemporary music life.
These efforts has been channeled through a project named Swedish Art Music Network, SWAN.

In 2006 we arranged the first national gathering during HORISONT 2006, international new music days in Göteborg. The idea was welcomed with interest, and the meeting asked the National organisation for promotors of new music, RANK, to work out a more detailed proposal.

So in beginning of May 2007 we held a second national meeting in Stockholm, which brought the idea a litle bit further, and now, in October 2007, we are planning the third gathering, this time in Malmoe, with the name HORISONT 2007, and during which we will be able to formally establish the new National platform for New Music In Sweden. 

In addition to this the Swedish section support the Preparations that are being made in Visby, Växjö and Göteborg for the ISCM World New Music Days 2009. Right now the Call for Works are being prepared for distribution. The artistic theme - Listen to the World! - will hopefully inspire the members of the ISCM to submit the kind of music that will show contemporary music from its most collaborative side.

Via our website, we offer swedish composers and musicians information of news and opportunities in the international contemporary music life. 
The Swedish section is also the owner of Nutida Musik, the only magazine for Contemporary Music in Sweden.

 

 

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