Showing 46 results in the category Competitions composers.
Competition for pianists, conductors and comps. Eligibility: Conductors aged under 40; pianists aged under 30; comps over the age of 16. Location: St. Petersburg. Dates: tbc. Frequency: Quadrennial.
International relations department, Saint-Petersburg Conservatoire, Teatralnaya sqr. 3, 190000 Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation
Eligibility: Entries to be submitted by national broadcasting organisations only. Prizes: Worldwide broadcasts guaranteed for selected works. Entry fees: EUR 600. Frequency: Annual.
International Music Council, Maison de l'UNESCO, 1 rue Mollis, F-75732 Paris, Cedex 15, France
Eligibility: Contestants must be citizens of a Nordic country, of an EU Member State or of Albania, Andorra, Belarus, Bosnia-Herzegovina, Kosovo, Liechtenstein, Macedonia, Moldavia, Monaco, Montenegro, Russia, San Marino, Serbia, Switzerland, Ukraine or the Vatican City State. No age limit. Requirements: Comp, 15-30 mins, for small orch (at least 20 players) of sinfonietta type. Works must be original; one entry per comp. Prizes: 1st prize: EUR 11,000; 2nd prize: EUR 9000; 3rd prize EUR 7000. Location: Kymenlaakso, SE Finland.
c/o Kymi Sinfonietta, Keskuskatu 33, FI-48100 Kotka, Finland
Comps worldwide are invited to present new comps for the Luxembourg Sinfonietta. The comps will be judged by an international jury. Up to 6 works will be selected to be performed at the final concert given by the Luxembourg Sinfonietta. Requirements: Work for Luxembourg Sinfonietta, duration 8-10 mins. Prizes: 1st prize EUR 3000; 2nd prize EUR 2000; 3rd prize EUR 1500; 4th prize EUR 1000. Frequency: Annual
Luxembourg Sinfonietta, 3 route d'Arlon, L-8009 Strassen, Luxembourg
The Mikael Tariverdiev International Organ Competition is a unique international project launched in Russia in the end of 90's. Its significance for professional organists can be compared with the role of Tchaikovsky Competition for pianists and violinists. It is held every two years in different cities of the world, inc Europe and America, with the final tour taking place in Kaliningrad, the most western Russian city. Prizes: Monetary awards and solo recitals. Dates: Selection rounds April-Aug; final rounds Sept.
Education charity providing free access to education performance opportunities for young musicians through a nationwide series of concerts and festivals.
3rd Floor South Wing, Somerset House, Strand, London, WC2R
Eligibility: Open to UK residents max age 25 on 15 March 2019. 2 categories: 18 and under; 19 to 25 years. Requirements: See website. Prizes: The winning pieces will be premiered in a public performance and recorded for broadcast by BBC Radio 3. Location: The National Centre for Early Music, York. Date: 8 & 9 May 2019. Closing date for applications: Expressions of interest by 15 Feb 2019, submission of scores by 15 Mar 2019. Frequency: Annual
National Centre for Early Music, St Margaret's Church, Walmgate, York, YO1 9TL, United Kingdom
Eligibility: Open to comps under 30 years of age. Dates: 2014. Frequency: Biennial.
LE NOUVEL ENSEMBLE MODERNE, Faculté de Musique de l’Université de Montréal 200, Avenue Vincent d’Indy C.P. 6128, succ. Centre-ville Montréal, QC H3C 3J7, Canada
Prize awarded to a contemporary music work composed during the previous year. Eligibility: No applications. Award made by Foundation's Music Council. Presented in association with the Centre National de Recherche Musicale. Prizes: EUR 45,000. Dates: 2015. Frequency: Triennial.
4 BD Des Moulins, MC-98000, Monaco
Awarded for distinguished musical comp by an American that has had its first performance or recording in the US between premiere between January 1, 2014 and December 31, 2014. Prizes: Prize $10,000 and a certificate. Entry fees: $50.
Columbia University, 709 Pulitzer Hall, 2950 Broadway, New York, NY USA 10027, United States
This is an annual new music competition open to all composers regardless of age or citizenship. Requirements: The competition will ordinarily call for a proposal for the commission of a solo organ work for a tracker organ. Requirements for any individual cycle are announced in TAO magazine and the Guild's website; there is also an online application at www.agohq.org. Application deadline is usually August 31st. Prize: $10,000. The commissioned piece is premiered at an annual spring recital on the Pogorzelski-Yankee Memorial Organ at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Frequency: Annual.
475 Riverside Drive, Suite 1260, New York, NY, 10115, United States
Eligibility: Open to registered students past or present of any conservatoire or university within the UK, aged 28 or under on closing date. Prizes: 4 annual £3000 commissions and two £1,000 commission with guaranteed performances. Closing date for applications: 31 Mar. Frequency: Annual.
Royal Philharmonic Society, 48 Great Marlborough Street, London, W1F 7BB, United Kingdom
Application forms available from June. Requirements: Short original anthem (unpublished and unperformed), parameters set each year. Prizes: £100 Closing date for applications: September. Frequency: Annual.
Royal School of Church Music, 19 The Close, Salisbury, SP1 2EB, United Kingdom
Eligibility: No age limit. Requirements: Unpublished and unperformed work of 8-10 mins for organ and solo instrument. Prizes: 1st prize EUR 2000, plus recording and performance of the comp; 2nd prize EUR 1000; 3rd prize EUR 500.
Kreisstadt Saarlouis Kulturamt, Grune-Baum-Str 2, D-66722 Saarlouis, Germany
'One of the UK's most highly respected Classical Music Festivals' West Sussex County Times
The Plat, Thakeham Road, Coolham, West Sussex, RH13 8QD, United Kingdom
The SongDoor International Songwriting Competition is an annual event, open to amateur and professional songwriters worldwide. Entries are accepted in 6 categories from April 15 through November 15. The entry fee is $10. ALL ENTRANTS receive a free 45-day all access trial to SongU.Com, free songwriting software and a free Broadjam membership. Judges include seasoned music industry producers, artists and engineers who have worked with such artists as Britney Spears, Neil Young, Keith Urban, Cheap Trick, Justin Timberlake, Jimmy Buffett, Garth Brooks, Train and a host of others.
Annual award to encourage talented young jazz comps. Eligibility: Open to those aged under 30 on 31 Jan who are US citizens, permanent residents of the US, or those with student visas. Requirements: Applicants must submit application form, notated score of one comp, CD or cassette of comp submitted, biographical information. Prizes: $25,000 given in prizes. Location: New York. Dates: 2014.
1 Lincoln Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Jointly run by ASCAP and the College Band Directors National Association to give recognition to talented young comps writing for concert band. Eligibility: Open to those aged under 30 on 1 Jan who are US citizens or permanent residents of the US.
1 Lincoln Plaza, New York, NY 10023
Young comp's competition. Eligibility: Open to comps aged 16-25, and born, educated or resident in NW England. Requirements: 3 sample scores, CV and reasons why winning would benefit career. Prizes: 1st prize £1000 commission to create a new work for Lancashire's professional orch, the Lancashire Sinfonietta; winner will become Young Comp in Residence for the season. Location: Lancashire/NW England. Frequency: Annual.
c/o Lancashire Sinfonietta, 12 New Beech Rd, Stockport, SK4 3DD, United Kingdom
Eligibility: Comps born after 1 May 1979. Requirements: A work for oboe solo and ensemble, lasting no more than 20 minutes. Prizes: CHF 15,000 (1st prize), CHF 10'000 (2nd prize). The piece will also be performed at the Final round of the 2020 Oboe Competition. Entry fees: CHF 100. Location: Geneva. Registration and regulations on our website: www.concoursgeneve.ch
Concours de Genève, Geneva International Music Competition, Bd de Saint-Georges 34 / CP 268, 1211 – Genève 8, Switzerland