Welcome to our June Newsletter. In this issue, we have a reminder of submissions for this year’s Indaba; a reminder of the call for articles; premières in South Africa; a Call for Scores; a notification of a festival as well as the usual reminders for opportunities.
As always, do let me know of any newsworthy items, for the next issue, that would help you to publicise your events in or after August. Likewise, if you hear of any composers’ or performers’ opportunities, just send an email to me at email@example.com.
Call for Submissions Reminder - NMSA Indaba 2017
Just to remind you of the Call for Submissions for which there is a deadline of 17 July. Note that, in addition to music compositions to be performed, submissions include collaborations; workshops; masterclasses; presentations, etc. Please note the theme of the call, although the team welcomes submissions outside the scope of this theme.
The team look forward to receiving your submissions.
Reminder of Call for Articles on Music
Matete Mahlare is calling for articles to be published in an on-line magazine, called ‘Lyrics’, which she is planning to promote later this year. The magazine is planned to be launched as a website as well as in hard-copy. Articles from musicologists or about musicology are welcome, in addition to more general articles about anything musical and any genre reflecting issues in South Africa or any other part of the world.
If you have an idea for an article, please contact Matete on firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone her on 072-224 3450. Please note the email has now changed since my last publication.
Call for Scores
Ingrid Wendel, from the violin and piano duo ‘duoW’, is requesting scores by South African composers. The duo is especially interested in violin and piano music that uses some aspect of our indigenous music within the work. They are also happy to receive scores that include cello. You may visit their website and scores can be sent to Ingrid by emailing email@example.com.
49th INTERNATIONAL ENCUENTROS FESTIVAL 2017
Please find attached details of this Festival. This has been sent by Prof. Alicia Terzian and the organiser is an official member of the ISCM in Argentina.
In addition, Prof. Alicia has produced a CD titled ‘Off the Edge’ devoted to four of her orchestral works, available from Amazon.
Reminder of Opportunities
2. 25th International Music Competition – Vittoria Caffa Righetti Prize
This is an opportunity for both performers and composers. Please visit their website where full details may be downloaded. Note the deadline for submitting their application form is 15 September.
Further information can be requested by sending an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
3. Premio Valentino Bucchi – 37th Annual International Competition for Interpretation.
This is a competition for performers of a solo instrument. Please visit website for full details.
Note that it is for performers of flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, trumpet, trombone, saxophone, piano, accordion/bayan, harp, guitar, violin, viola, cello or double bass born after 1 January 1980.
To participate in the competition, candidates must send the registration form completed by July 21, 2017 to: Secretariat of the International Contests, Foundation Valentino Bucchi, Via Ubaldino Peruzzi 20 - 00139 Rome – Italy.
4. International Chamber Music Competition
The next “Città di Pinerolo e Torino – Città Metropolitana” International Chamber Music Competition (for the Cities of Pinerolo, of Torino, and of its surrounding area), which is part of the World Federation of International Music Competitions in Geneva, will take place in Pinerolo and Turin from 5 to 11 March 2018. In 2016 the jury of renowned musicians awarded prizes amounting to 23,000 Euros to winners chosen from 100 musicians belonging to 42 chamber music ensembles (under 33 years of age) from all over the world.
Visit website for more information. Note, deadline for entry is 8 January 2018.