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> Fifteen Minutes of Fame - call for scores for bassoon solo
> Birmingham Art Music Alliance Birmingham New Music Festival Call for Submissions
> Circuit Bridges - Call for Electroacoustic Works
> MaD Circle - Call for Works - Tangos and Waltzes
> Composer's Site - new opportunities
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Whistler Sisters

Whistler Sisters

Umberto Dinklaker’s tone poem “El Erizo Angustiado—or The Anguished Hedgehog—calls for an unusually large battery of percussion instruments. The “hedgehog in estrus” motif, for example, is played by a quartet of Acme Siren Whistles. Professional Acme Siren Whistlers are rare enough, so to find four of them at one time can be quite the challenge. Luckily, the Fabulous McGillicuddy Sisters answered their inner musical callings by majoring in siren whistles at the Pringler Academy of Music and Liniments. Although they were certainly com-petent, the sisters were not what one might term virtuosi. When they played in unison, for example, they often encroached into the domain of parallel seconds. Happily, this was just what El Erizo Angustiado needed to set it apart from other hedgehog-themed compositions of the day!

David Gunn

David Gunn


REVIEW: Strings Ahoy

Composer's Voice
Sunday, January 26, 2014
Reviewed by Jack Crager

After recent experiments with offbeat performance devices — such as long hollow tubes, ambient electronic noise and sign-language interpretations of cellphone rants (see Hard Eight review)— the Composer’s Voice Concert Series returns to a tried-and-true combo on January 26: chamber music with modern dance.

Not that the show lacks adventure. With several numbers featuring violin and viola, and others incorporating lively choreography, this “Dance Extravaganza” set has a continuity that accents the variations between individual pieces. (And as something of a prelude to the Composers Voice show the following evening at Carnegie Hall’s Weill Recital Hall, this matinee concert features some of the same performers and composers as that Carnegie show.)

Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame with andPlay

Setting the tone Sunday is the CV’s trademark feature, “15 Minutes of Fame,” curated and performed by andPlay, with Maya Bennardo on violin and Hannah Levinson on viola. The crisp performance emphasizes tight instrumental interplay and harmonic contrasts, from the melodic forays of Michael Maiorana’s Autumn Fields to the staccato dancing lines of Ricardo Silva’s O2. Later the set shifts from swooping glissandos in Iain Matheson’s ViolinViola to squeaky moans in Rachel Graff’s “Fluctuations” to plucked counter-melodies of Mike Perdue’s “being lost for a minute is not necessarily terrible.” Nor is, for that matter, being led through a sonic labyrinth for 15 minutes!

Conway Kuo and Pace Short

The first dance piece, “She Walks in (burdened) Beauty,” features Pace Short performing choreography by Erin Bomboy, accompanying music, "Slon-he" by Alex Kruchoski, played by Conway Kuo on viola. This suite seems a miniature life cycle, with its meditative opening morphing into a lively musical segment with Short dancing like a whirling dervish. Then a contemplative, almost melancholy section closes the piece with a graceful bowing out.

Andrea Skull, Jessica Mego, and Stine Moen

This leads to the aptly titled “Blue,” an abstraction between a composition by Julius Bucsis and the “dance improvisations” of Andrea Skull, Jessica Mego, and Stine Moen. Here the music consists of a single, chiming electronic chord lasting more than three minutes, which continually evolves in color and shape as its notes are restacked within the composite. Meanwhile two dancers carefully hoist and hand each other to one other — an exercise of strength and control that has you both marveling at the upper-body prowess of these performers and hoping one doesn’t fall and break her neck. (None do.)

Andrea Skull, Jessica Mego, and Stine Moen

Then its back to the chamber setting, with Douglas DaSilva’s “He Stood Before Me,” featuring Diego Vasquez on clarinet and Adrianna Matteo on violin. The two instruments trade motifs, weaving among each other and alternating between dissonance and harmony, while Callie Hatchett’s choreography plays three dancers off each other in a blend of unison and solo movements, like a shifting dialog. The dancers — Stanton Jacinto, Lee Katherine Fink, and Allison Schieler — close out the piece with a silent, ambivalent flourish.

The next piece, “coyote craze" by Vivian Li, is performed on viola by Conway Kuo and features the self-choreography of dancers Andrea Skurr, Jessica Mego, and Stine Moen. The vigorous score, both percussive and mellifluous, sounds like it could be played on piano but breathes and resonates on viola, while the dancing is energetic and tightly synched.

Adrianna Matteo

Closing out the concert is violinist Adrianna Matteo playing the work of the late, great New York composer Douglas Townsend. First Matteo plays the short but powerful “Violin Solo from Chamber Concerto No. 1.” Then she is joined by dancers Stanton Jacinto, Lee Katherine Fink, Allison Schieler, and Ali Berg Nicola — performing choreography by Callie Hatchett — for Townsend’s “Air (from Suite No 1 for Strings).” The four skirted dancers start with a silent, springlike whirling segment, soon joined by the music’s yearning, classical-sounding melody for a couple of minutes before closing the set with smooth, fluid final bows. With its interplay between traditional chamber instruments and experimental song-and-dance ideas, this show gets the 2014 Composers Voice Sunday Series off to a strong start — and lays the groundwork for the following night’s grand festivities at Carnegie Hall.

Stanton Jacinto, Lee Katherine Fink, Allison Schieler, and Ali Berg Nicola

Program and video of the concert can be found at the following link:

 Jack Crager

Jack Crager

Upcoming Performances


Continuing the 60x60 Decade Celebration with the Premiere of the 60x60 Pacific Rim Mix

Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 8:00 PM

The continuing momentum of 60x60 pushes forth the premiere of the 60x60 Pacific Rim Mix. The 60x60 Pacific Rim Mix is the 13th original mix created out of the 10th annual call for one-minute minuature electroacoustic works.

This mix is curated and "macro-composed" by Alan Shockley and will be presented by him in the University Art Museum at the California State University, Longbeach. The performance will take place on Thursday, February 20, 2014 at 8:00 PM and be exactly one hour in length.

60 works by 60 artists, 60x60 offers something different every minute

60x60 is a project containing 60 works each 60 seconds in length presented continuously in an hour performance synchronized with an analog clock. 60x60 presents a slice of what is happening in the contemporary music scene by representing 60 works that are diverse in aesthetic and style. Works are selected from an international pool of emerging and established composers and sequenced in order. The resulting mix is presented, without interruption, as a continuous one-hour performance synchronized to an on-stage analog clock.

Embracing diversity with a furvor not seen anywhere else on the planet

Eclectic by nature, 60x60 offers an unmatched diversity of styles, making for a fast-speed, electrifying one-of-a-kind performance that never ceases to surprise. Music includes contemporary, neo-romantic, neo-classic, text-sound, ambient, environmental, noise, experimental, theatrical, folk, jazz, blues, tech-house, rock and everything but the kitchen sink (and maybe even that.)

Composers in the 60x60 (2012) Pacific Rim Mix include:
Fabian Avila, Ignacio Baca-Lobera, Brian Belet, Jon Bellona, John Biggs, Benjamin Boone, Sarah Boothroyd, Mollie Budiansky, Madelyn Byrne, Patricio Calatayud, Dofi, Lawrence Dolton, Emily Doolittle, Gil Dori, David Drexler, Suzy Easton, Frank Ekeberg, Soressa Gardner, Leyton Glen, Michael Golden, Kraig Grady, David Hahn, Bruce Hamilton, Lorne Hammond, Abby Helasdottir, Yoko Honda, Allison Johnson, Adam Johnson, Gretchen Jude, Anton Killin, Jahyun Kim, Hoyong Lee, Jay-Dea Lopez, Monica Lynn, Sylvi MacCormac, Scott Mallory, Jr., Tomoko Momiyama, Alexander Mouton, Mary Lou Newmark, Julia Norton, Maggi Payne, Diego Pinzon Garcia, Christopher Prosser, Aleksander Pusz, Juan Ramirez, Troy Ramos, Steve Roberts, Aldo Rodriguez, Lee Rosevere, Bettie Ross, Lanier Sammons, John Schappert, Dylan Sheridan, Ray Sherman, Alan Shockley, Cris Sirc, Andres Suarez, Yuji Suga, Paul Turner, and Georgia Webb

60x60 (2012) Pacific Rim Mix
Thursday, February 20, 2014 - 8:00 PM
University Art Museum
California State University
1250 N Bellflower Blvd
Long Beach, California 90840

Click here to see the concert program

Electronic Music Midwest

Electronic Music Midwest in Bozeman, Montana

Saturday, February 22, 2014
concerts at:
- 10:30 AM
- 1:30 PM
- 4:30 PM
- 7:30 PM

Saturday, February 22, 2014 (BOZEMAN, MONTANA) The Electronic Music Midwest Festival is presenting 4 concerts for it "Mini" Festival in Reynolds Hall at Montana State University.

The Montana State University School of Music and Electronic Music Midwest present the 2014 Electronic Music Midwest & Mountains Invitational mini-Festival on February 22nd in Reynolds Recital Hall on the MSU Campus.

The festival will feature four concerts of electronic music, multimedia and sonic art by composer from around the country (10:30 am, 1:30 pm, 4:30 pm, & 7:30 pm).

Composers and performers from the University of Oregon, Western Washington University, Washington State University, University of Utah, University of Montana, University of North Dakota, Kansas City Kansas Community College, Lewis University (Chicago), Western Missouri State University, Vox Novus (New York, NY) and The Composer’s Voice (New York, NY) were invited to the festival and will be gathering in Bozeman to share their cutting-edge electroacoustic music with the community, MSU students, and each other.

Electronic Music Midwest is dedicated to programming of a wide variety of electroacoustic music and providing the highest quality performance of electronic media. Our goal is to bring together vibrant and interesting artists of all forms, give them a vehicle for their expressions, and a place for them to share ideas with others.

The EMM "mini's" were created to celebrate the 10th anniversary of EMM. The goal was to help other institutions and venue produce electroacoustic concerts in their community. It's a way for composers in the same geographic area an opportunity to interact with other composers, audiences, and students. In some cases, it's a way for teachers to grants performance opportunities for their students in a professional setting.

Since its beginning, EMM has programmed over 500 new electroacoustic compositions. Composers have traveled from around the world to graciously share their music with audiences in the Midwest and beyond. EMM strives to create an environment conducive to building community interaction.

The Electronic Music Midwest & Mountains mini-Festival features an 8.1 channel surround-sound environment for live diffusion and projection. The festival is sponsored by the School of Music's MONSTER Studios, home of the Bachelor of Arts in Music Technology. Reynolds Recital Hall is located in Howard Hall, across from the MSU Duck Pond.

The Electronic Music Midwest "Mini" Festival
Saturday, February 22, 2014
concerts at 10:30 AM, 1:30 PM, 4:30 PM, and 7:30 PM
Reynolds Hall
The Montana State University School of Music
Bozeman, Montana

Composer's Voice


Sunday, February 23, 2014 - 1:00 PM

Composer’s Voice presents its 4th Annual Trajetória Brasileira at Jan Hus Church. The concert will feature Brazilian and Brazilian inspired works featuring the ensemble Tom do Brasil and the duo David Souza, and Anoush Moazzeni for Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame. The concert will include the work of Brazilian composer Rodrigo Baggio performed by guitarists Cristian Amigo and Angela Babin. Also will be a performance from Brazilian violinist Marcos dal Medico performing the works for David Morneau, Dafina Zeqiri Nushi, Sergio Roberto de Oliveira, and Yan Pang.

Eva Ingolf

Originally formed to perform the Brazilian music style "Choro," TOM DO BRASIL has expanded their repertoire to include Bossa Nova, Forró, Sertanejo, and new works by contemporary composers inspired by the sounds of Brazil.

David Souza

Tenor David Souza received the First Prize at “Solo with Orchestra Competition” in Quebec City and at “Disk Recording Competition 2012 Edition” and the prize of best singer of brazilian popular music at Cotovia Competition in 2000.

Anoush Moazzeni

Persian born Anoush Moazzeni enjoys a performing career that has frequently taken her around the world. Highlights of recent seasons have included visits to America, Europe, and the Middle East.

Cristian Amigo

Cristian Amigo is an American composer, guitarist, producer, and educator who explores connections between art, music and American popular and roots musics. He is currently composer-in-residence at INTAR Theater in New York City where he produces concerts and the INTAR Roots & New Music Festival. His awards include fellowships from the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation, the Smithsonian Institution Center for Folklife and Cultural Heritage, and Meet the Composer and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Angela Babin

Angela Babin has been playing guitar since she was 10 years old. She learned how to play at Girl Scout camp and first performed live at Folk City when she was 13 years old. She subsequently started playing electric guitar in a band that played at NYC high school dances and block parties when she was 14. Angela entered the downtown New York music scene playing with Off Beach and the Ordinaires in 1979, and got to perform all over Europe, Canada and the US. Angela has been playing guitar and bass, composing and recording with many bands and projects including Homer Erotic, Inviolate, the Raging Hormones, and more.

Rodrigo Baggiof

Combining the Brazilian Music, Improvisation and elements of Contemporary Classical Music, brazilian guitarist and composer Rodrigo Baggio has excelled internationally. He is the recipient of the “Carl von Ossietzky Composition Prize”

Roberto Dal Medico

Violinist Marcos Dal Medico began his violin studies at age seven with Roberto Dal Medico, continuing on with Manfredo Clélio de Vincenzo and Alberto Jaffé. He earned his Music Degree in Violin from UNESP (State University of Sao Paulo) under the supervision of Professor Ayrton Pinto. His teachers include Mary Lou Speaker, Gerald Rubinstein, Sergey Girchenko, Marcello Guerchfeld, Mathey Torpe, Claudio Micheletti, Eliza Fukuda and Pablo de Leon. He has performed as a guest violinist and soloist in many Brazilian concert halls.

Douglas DaSilva

Douglas DaSilva’s composing is influenced by Brazilian music. As Artistic Director for the Composer’s Voice concert series “DaSilva knows just how to tempt you with a delicious array of musical desserts that titillate your ear.” NM421 His compositions have been described as “very individual, and to us has a very clear personality” in Classical Guitar Magazine.

David Morneau

Described by Molly Sheridan as a "flashing beacon" of inspiration, David Morneau's eclectic output is best exemplified by 60x365, his "ambitious yearlong musical project" for which he composed a new one-minute composition every day.

Dafina Zeqiri Nushi

Dafina Zeqiri Nushi, is a Kosovar composer; among her honors are three awards in the Cesk Zadeja competition for young composers in Tirana, Third Prize in the pre-art competition for young composers in Zurich, the Theodore Front Prize the International Alliance for Women in Music, the second prize “Chopin Kosovo” Composers Competition (2012), and First Prize in Composers Competition 2011 for chamber music from Kosovo Ministry of Culture.

Sergio Roberto de Oliveira

Sergio Roberto de Oliveira was nominee for the 12thLatin Grammy (“Best Classical Contemporary Composition”).

Sergio Roberto de Oliveira

Yan Pang is one of the most active composers of the new Chinese generation. She has released a number of publications consisting of “Glorious Times”, published by the China Scientific & Cultural Audio-Video Publishing Company in 2011, as well as score “Solis Ortus", and article “Comparative Music Analysis of Scene of Sichuan Opera” which were issued by China People’s Cultural Art Publishing Company.

Jonathan Russell

Jonathan Russell is a composer, clarinetist, conductor, and educator, whose work has been hailed as “incredibly virtuosic, rocking, and musical” (San Francisco Classical Voice) and “a fantastically distorted perpetual motion of awesome” (I Care If You Listen).


"...the 15 Minutes of Fame project of Vox Novus is a godsend. " - NY Music Culture Examiner Fifteen Minutes of Fame is 15 one-minute acoustic works by different composers. Fifteen Minutes of Fame gives a variety of new music by living composers to audiences hungry to hear what is being created in today's music scene.

One of the premier showcases for promising composers, Composer’s Voice Concert Series is an opportunity for contemporary composers and musicians to express their musical aesthetic and personal “voice.” Composer’s Voice has presented over 100 concerts in New York City and scores of concert performances throughout the world. "[Vox Novus offers] the presentation of serious works by established and emerging composers. Those voices should be heard, and they can even be reheard on the Vox Novus website (" - New Music Connoisseur

Composer’s Voice Concert
Sunday, February 23, 2014 - 1:00 PM
Jan Hus Church
351 East 74th Street
(between First and Second Avenues) New York, New York

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Calendar of Vox Novus Events
Fifteen Minutes of Fame

Announcing results for Fifteen Minutes of Fame with Shannon Roberts and Yumi Suehiro

Soprano Shannon Roberts and pianist Yumi Suehiro select their 15 composers for its Fifteen Minutes of Fame to be premiered on Composer's Voice on March 30, 2014 at Jan Hus Church in New York City.

Soprano Shannon Roberts holds dual US and Irish citizenship, dividing her time between New York City and Europe. She finds it an important and rewarding endeavor to collaborate with living composers, and has premiered works by several, including award winning Juilliard composer Bruce Lazarus and most recently Nailah Nombeko’s William Blake Songs. Ms. Roberts is a multiple award winner receiving prizes, grants, and or scholarships from: The Wagner Society of New York, the Liederkranz Foundation, and the Lee Schaenen Foundation, among others. A partial list of the companies with which she has performed includes; Santa Fe Opera, The Florida Grand Opera, Natchez Festival of Music, Chelsea Opera, Opera Theatre of Connecticut, The Bronx Opera, Lyric Opera of New York, and Bel Cantanti. Ms. Roberts attended the Hartt School of Music, received a Bachelor of Music from the University of Florida, and was awarded a Special Artists' Diploma from Miami's prestigious New World School of the Arts. Ms. Roberts is managed by John Miller of Pinnacle Artists Management.

Pianist Yumi Suehiro began studying both piano and marimba at an early age. In her native Japan, Ms. Suehiro won numerous competitions, including the top prize at the Kobe International Competition as the youngest winner. As a pianist, she has performed at New York City’s Weill Recital Hall (Carnegie) as an AMTL Audition Winner, and at Steinway Hall, presented by the Amati Music Festival. She also was the featured marimba player in Latin percussionist Victor Rendon's recording of “Fiesta Percussiva”. Ms. Suehiro graduated from Lehman College (CUNY) and the Manhattan School of Music. While at Manhattan, she won second prize in the school’s 2010 piano concerto competition, and in 2011 was chosen to perform Richard Wilson’s “Flashback” for Pierre Aimard’s master class. Her teachers have included Morris Lang, John Corigliano, Peter Vinograde, and Zenon Fishbein. Recently Ms. Suehiro is a member of Mise-en ensemble and frequently appears at Composer’s Voice concerts.

Selected composers for Fifteen Minutes of Fame include:
Playing House by Scott Brickman
Penny Matches by Sheila Forrester
Hurry up, come on... by Jay Anthony Gach
Prove that I Lie by Burton Goldstein
The Eagle by Mary Ann Joyce-Walter
Plant My Apple Tree Today by Laszlo Kékszakállú
Now Welcome Somer by Geoffrey Kidde
In the twilight rain by Tyler Kline
Four Songs on Haiku of Masuro Basho by Kevin Scott
Wintery Forest by Jose Jesus de Azevedo Souza
Whales Weep Not! by Samuel Stokes
Almost April by Dale Trumbore
Vexation by Matthew Van Dongen
Santa Rosa by Blair Whittington
Die Weihe der Nacht by Christopher M. Wicks

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Fifteen Minutes of Fame

Fifteen Minutes of Fame


Fifteen Minutes of Fame: Matthew Rosenberg
bassoon solo

Deadline: February 21, 2014

Vox Novus is calling for one-minute pieces composed for Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame: Matthew Rosenberg, bassoon to be premiered in a video performance scheduled for June 2014. The video of this performance will be available for viewing on the Vox Novus website, Summer 2014.

Matthew Rosenberg, bassoonist, is a New York City–based freelance musician and a teacher currently serving as faculty at the Luzerne Music Center. He holds his B.M. from New York University, an A.D. from the Aaron Copland School of Music, and his M.M. from The Manhattan School of Music, where he was featured as a soloist in the Strauss Duet-Concertino as well as many other MSM performances. At NYU, he studied primarily under Leonard Hindell, and Mark Timmerman, and was a featured player in numerous productions. His undergraduate education took him as far as Prague, where he learned under the tutelage of Jaroslav Kubita of the Czech Philharmonic. At the Aaron Copland School of Music he worked under Marc Goldberg and has studied with Roger Nye of the New York Philharmonic while at MSM. As an active chamber and orchestral musician he is a two time winner of the Lillian Fuchs Chamber Music Competition and has played with orchestras such as the Garden State Philharmonic, Nova Philharmonic, Park Avenue Chamber Orchestra, and the Amore Opera.

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Birmingham Art Music Alliance

Birmingham New Music Festival
Call for Submissions

Deadline: February 15, 2014

Birmingham Art Music Alliance Birmingham New Music Festival Call for Submissions

The Birmingham Art Music Alliance located in Birmingham, Alabama will be presenting the inaugural Birmingham New Music Festival (BNMF), a three-day festival of new music to be held August 21-23, 2014. The Alliance Programming Committee will select works of five composers outside of the organization to be included in the festival. The festival will feature performers Craig Hultgren - cello, Lori F. Neprud-Ardovino - clarinet and saxophone, Adam Bowles - piano and Kathryn Fouse - piano.

Submission to BNMF is free and open to composers of any age or nationality. Only one work may be submitted per composer. Submissions of acoustic, electronic, and/or electroacoustic solo or chamber works (duet, trio, or quartet) are encouraged. Works with projected video may also be considered. Submitted works are suggested to be no more than twelve minutes in duration. Composers must attend their performance if a selected work is to be presented at the festival. Selected composers may provide their own performers when submitting works for other than the featured instrumentalists. Travel, accommodations and non-featured performer expenses are the responsibility of the composer.

To submit, send the following attachments to, with an e-mail subject field of BNMF2014-composer's name:
-A single PDF document containing the following information, in the order given;
-Cover page with title, composer, instrumentation, duration, technical requirements, and a working URL link to an mp3 recording, if available, (either live or a MIDI realization) of the submitted work;
-Second page with a concise one-paragraph bio and another concise one-paragraph description of the work suitable for program notes;
-A second PDF attachment containing the complete score, (this requirement is waived for fixed media electronic works *if* a recording is provided).

Receipt deadline for submissions to BNMF is, February 15, 2014.

Concerts will be held at different venues throughout the Birmingham area, including the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Birmingham-Southern College and Moonlight on the Mountain. The festival will include an improvisation concert and a 60x60 performance in which 60 one-minute electronic compositions will be joined to create a one-hour concert. For more information about the Birmingham Art Music Alliance, visit its website at . The Birmingham New Music Festival is sponsored by the Alabama State Council on the Arts.

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Circuit Bridges


Deadline: February 21, 2014

Circuit Bridges is looking for electroacoustic works to present in its monthly concert series at Gallery MC in New York City starting March 27, 2014. The concerts will feature a quadraphonic speaker system. Any composer, regardless of region, age or nationality may submit one work. There is no fee to submit. Composers will required to enter their contact information as well a short biography and program notes for the work.

Works can be up to a maximum of 10 minutes in length. (Works shorter than 5 minutes are encouraged.) Circuit Bridges accepts all electroacoustic works, but we especially seek music that falls within one of the following categories:
> 2-channel stereo
> 4-channel quadraphonic - surround sound
> Video
> Live Performer and fixed media
> Live electroacoustic works

1) For consideration, applicants must register and complete an online submission form available here.
2) For adjudication purposes, all audio must be submitted as a stereo mix and uploaded through the online submission form.

Works need to be submitted via electronically at the following:

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Composer's Voice

Composer's Voice presents:
MaD Circle
Call for Works
Tangos and Waltzes

Deadline: February 28, 2014

Vox Novus is calling for music for dance to be presented on two performances in New York City on MaD Circle in the summer of 2014. MaD Circle is a special dance and new music performance on the Composer's Voice concert series in New York City. One performance will feature music and dance inspired by the waltz form, the other inspired by the tango form. All selected music will be choreographed for these performances. This call is open to all composers. There is no fee to submit.

The works should find their inspiration in, and incorporate the style of, the Tango form OR the Waltz form. Composers are free to interpret the selected form how they see fit. All works must be rendered in recorded form (either electro-acoustic composition or recordings of live instruments). No live music will be used for this project. Works must be 3-5 minute in length. No works over 5 minutes will be reviewed Submission Deadline: February 28, 2014

Works need to be submitted via electronically here at the following:

The 3-5 minute pieces are to be written specifically for this project. This call is open to all composers.

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