IMZ and ITF Golden Prague announced that the Golden Prague Premieres will be continued this year! Screening slots for the Golden Prague Premieres 2013 are offered on Sunday afternoon, 13 October, IMZ members will have the opportunity to present their latest programme to the professional audience of the festival.
The extended deadline for submitting programmes is 20 June 2013!
For the "Golden Prague Premieres 2013", the IMZ is looking for music and dance television programmes and films which have not had their premiere yet. For further information, contact Astrid Hafner-Auinger at the IMZ office (firstname.lastname@example.org) or download the Application form![more]
The 60th International Rostrum of Composers (IRC), a flagship programme of the International Music Council, was held in Prague, from May 28 to 31, 2013. The aim of this competition is to promote contemporary music through broadcasting. In the general category, Not I (2010) for soprano (or mezzo-soprano), chamber ensemble and electronics by Polish composer Agata ZUBEL (born 1978) was selected by the delegates as most outstanding. In the “young composers” category, the work selected as most worthy for worldwide broadcasting was So Very Strange (2013), for electronics by young Icelandic composer Úlfur HANSSON (born 1988).
Read the official press release here.[more]
The June issue of the CIDIM newsletter has now been published. Read about a new publication on Daniele Lombardi, current projects and much more.
Read the newsletter here.[more]
Creative Scotland sent out its May update newsletter.
You can read about opportunities and funding such as the Artists' Bursaries programme, which is now open for applications, or the Gavin Wallace Fellowship, supporting a writer based in Scotland, the Made in Scotland Showcase, the Scottish Album of the Year Award, upcoming events and many more.
To view the newsletter, please click here.[more]
The European Choral Association – Europa Cantat published a call for a small composition competition in connection with the festival Youth Choirs in Movement in Bonn in July 2013. The competition called for proposals of choral songs using the theme “Singing and Movement” for children and young people, fitting the theme of this festival. 14 compositions from 9 countries were submitted and in May 2013 “The Mock Turtle’s Song” by Chris Artley (UK/NZ) was chosen by the Jury. Find further information and a short CV of Chris Artley in the full Press Release attached or on www.eca-ec.org -> News.
“The Mock Turtle’s Song”, a composition based on a...
The European Union of Music Competitions for Youth (EMCY) published its May 2013 newsletter. Themes are the latest news from May, upcoming EMCY member competitions, upcoming deadlines and concerts.
Read the whole newsletter here.[more]
Here's an interesting opportunity to share your thoughts on European cultural matters: The European Culture Forum 2013 will introduce a new format called "What's your point?". In this session, speakers will be given 5 minutes for an inspirational expression of ideas concerning culture and Europe in front of the 1200 participants of the forum. The good news is, everyone can apply for a slot in this session. The forum will take place between the 4th and the 6th November in Brussels. Click here for more informations on how to apply. [more]
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