Flute New Music Consortium 2015 Competition: Newly Composed Works Category

The Flute New Music Consortium promotes new works by talented composers through an annual composition competition. The FNMC is please to announce the 2015 competition. This year's competition will feature three categories for submission.

Newly Composed. Submission deadline: August 1, 2015. 11:59 CST
• Works in this category must include the flute in some capacity. Works for solo flute or
chamber music are preferred.
• Works submitted in this category must have been written in the last two calendar years
• Works submitted in this category have not yet been premiered.

Eligibility:
• Entries must use the flute in some capacity. There is no age limit, and composers are permitted to submit up to three works per category
• Suggested Length: 5-12 minutes
• Submission of Materials:
• Online application and entry fee ($13 per score). A $1 convenience fee per score will be assessed for payments submitted through the website. Scores should not contain identifying markings. This includes pseudonyms, dedications, and commissioner names.
• Multiple Entries: Composers may submit no more than three entries per competition category.
• The winning composer from each competition category will receive a $250 prize, one or more performances, and a live recording from one or more of the performances.

Entry Information:
All entries must include:
• Scores with no identifying markings (this includes pseudonyms, dedications, and commissioner names)
• Scores must be created in Finale, Sibelius, or some other type of music entry software program
• All score submissions must be in PDF file format
• Live or MIDI recordings of each entry, with no identifying markings (this includes names of performers and composers)
• Application information: name of composer, contact information, title of piece, instrumentation of piece, composer website (if available), payment confirmation number
• Multiple movement scores should be submitted as a single PDF file
• Multiple movement works should be submitted as a single audio file

Selected winners give FNMC members rights to perform and record their works for up to six years without further compensation. Selected winners consent to one video interview, to be shared with FNMC members and in FNMC marketing materials. Previous cash-prize winners are not eligible for re-entry.

13.00
U.S. Dollar (USD)