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  1. The IV International Uuno Klami Composition Competition will be held between 2018-2019.

    – Compositions must be submitted to the Competition Office 3 December 2018 at the latest.
    – The Jury will be Finland’s Kalevi Aho and Magnus Lindberg and Estonia’s Erkki-Sven Tüür. The conductor member of the Jury will be Olari Elts (Estonia).
    – The following prizes will be awarded: I prize €11,000, II prize €9,000 and III prize €7,000.

    – There is no age limit or entry fee.
    – The works shortlisted for the finals will be performed by the Kymi Sinfonietta at two finals concerts, to be held in the cities of Kouvola and Kotka (Finland) in autumn 2019. The Jury chooses the winners only after hearing the finals concerts and their rehearsals.

    – For more information (rules and entry form) on the competition, please visit the competition website at http://www.klamicompetition.fi.

  2. ANTONIO SMAREGLIA INTERNATIONAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION sagt:

    5th ANTONIO SMAREGLIA INTERNATIONAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION
    The Accademia di Studi Pianistici «Antonio Ricci» of Udine, in collaboration with the Casa Musicale Sonzogno of Milan, the Archivio Smaregliano of Udine, the Teatro Nuovo “Giovanni da Udine” and the Conservatorio Statale di Musica Jacopo Tomadini of Udine and with the sponsorship of the Regional Council of Friuli Venice Giulia, Udine Town Council, the Fondazione Friuli, the Fondazione Carigo and the Società Filologica Friulana are pleased to announce the
    5th ANTONIO SMAREGLIA INTERNATIONAL COMPOSITION COMPETITION
    The Competition is divided into two sections as follows:
    Section A: compositions for solo piano of between 5 and 10 minutes.
    Section B: compositions for solo voice and piano of between 3 and 6 minutes.
    For Further information, please contact : tel. 0039/338-6648129 – accademiaricci(at)virgilio.it

  3. Kompositionsausschreibung zum Thema „Anderssein“
    Das Murau International Music Festival (MIMF) 2018 findet von 17. bis 25. August statt und besteht aus einem Workshopprogramm für Gesang und Komposition und einer Konzertreihe.

    Komponistinnen und Komponisten haben die Möglichkeit, bis dato unveröffentlichte Partituren zum diesjährigen Leitthema „Anderssein“ einzureichen.

    Das ausgewählte Stück wird beim Galakonzert am 24. August unter der künstlerischen Leitung von Zane Zalis in der Mathäuskirche Murau uraufgeführt und am Wiederholungstermin des Konzerts am 25. August ebenfalls noch einmal dargeboten.

    zur Ausschreibung: http://www.mimf.at/index.php/component/k2/item/340

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