Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019

Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019

Composers all over the world are called to enter their original orchestral compositions to the Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019.

No age restrictions. No prescribed musical style of composition.

Works should be scored for regular symphonic orchestra, chamber orchestra, string orchestra or chamber string orchestra with or without electronics.

We are inciting composers to be creative in the modern idiom of contemporary orchestral scoring in the digital age. Scores can be handwritten, graphic, improvisatory, text scores or produced with computer software. A personal individual stylistically free approach in the original compositional process for orchestral or chamber orchestral forces at good playability and adequate and appropriate skillful use of orchestral instrumentation is appreciated. Scores should be well playable with regards to electronic digital multi track recording.

Up to three prize winners, 1., 2. and 3. prize, of the competition can be selected by the jury. The prize winning composers receive a written and stamped document to have successfully participated in the Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019 and documented statement of the respective prize to have won and they receive a digital recording with multi track digitized simulated electronic instruments on Synthesizer of their works by high quality state of the art digital studio recording equipment on CD or as audio file to download via dropbox. The winning works will be published as a music video with visual video art accompaniment, an audio/video production, on Facebook by the site of Patrick Ananta Sutardjo with an audience of potential 120 to 700 views per day on Facebook for ten days running as public promotion of the composers' compositional works for a large online audience. If a website link is provided by the composer the website link can be published as well with the public audio/video to promote the composer on Facebook.

Please send your original scores and a brief statement of approval, that we have the rights by you to unconditionally perform and record the work/s freely sent in by you to us, to: patrick.sutardjo@web.de

Prize winners of the competition will be published on the composer's site and will be notified via eMail shortly after the submission deadline.

There is a submission fee of 30 Euros for the Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019. Once the submission fee is received via paypal eMail invoice or by bank transfer via debit card, credit card or money transfer the composition is eligible for consideration by the jury to finally select the winning composers of the three prizes. If more than one work is entered in the competition by one composer the submission fee needs to be paid for each musical work respectively. The submission fee is a free voluntary one time payment that is non- refundable.

Full information on the competition is provided on the composer's site here. There is no website of this competition for reasons of efforts of administration and expenses. Information on the competition can also be found on the Facebook site of Patrick Ananta Sutardjo.

We do reserve the rights to not award a prize in the case of poor playability and/or inappropriate and inadequate musical setting of the scores received or in the case that none of the compositions qualify for a prize. No claims for refund of the paid submission fee or any conditions contradicting the rules and regulations of this composition competition can be made by the composers participating in the competition by free voluntary personal agreement to adhere to the unconditional rules and regulations of the Call for Orchestra Scores Composition Competition in remembrance of Edgard Varese 2019.

1 Sep 2019
30.00
Euro (EUR)