Call for Piano Recordings


RMN Music, the London-based music company specialized in contemporary music, wants to discover, promote and nurture the next wave of contemporary and current composers and performers who are going to forge tomorrow’s music world, and is very excited to announce its new Call for Piano Recordings.


This Call for Piano Recordings competition is addressed to anyone regardless of age and country of residency who have piano recordings of their works and is interested in being featured in a release specially compiled to promote new music, composers, and performers with a professional commercial distribution.


The best-selected works will be featured in a top quality release and added to RMN Music catalogue. The fresh new album will be produced by RMN Classical and released worldwide through RMN Music. The release will be distributed on a high-quality edition on iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play Music, Amazon Music, Spotify and many other stores and digital platforms. Optionally and based on demand there will be the possibility of physical distribution too. The release and the winning works will be also added to the Sound and Music Archive of the British Library which already hosts all RMN Music catalog.

The prize for the selected winners will also include high-quality design of the cover artwork, chart registration in the USA, the Uk, and Canada, licensing and copyright clearance and the composers will retain 100% of the copyright. Additionally, there will be the opportunity for synchronisation and licensing (tv and media) and optionally physical distribution and manufacturing of the album will be available (depending on demand).

This is an interesting opportunity if you want your music to be released, promoted and published professionally by a London-based record label.


Contemporary music for piano solo only. Piano duos or 4 hands can be accepted too.
Other combinations of duo and trio with piano (like for eg. violin and piano, cello and piano, etc...) will not be accepted.
Computer realizations can be considered only if of the highest quality possible.

The quality of the track submitted should be of the highest standard possible

Maximum duration: OPEN
There is no maximum duration. We recommend you submit short and medium length tracks (3 to 6 min in length).

Attention: Deadline March 25, 2018 (BST 11.59pm)

The application fee will be the only cost. No other fees or costs will be due if the composer is selected.

For more details, guideline and submission form:

25 Mar 2018
British Pound (GBP)