BRUNO MADERNA International Composers’ Competition 5th Edition 2021
(City: Lviv (Ukraine)
Sponsored by : Lviv Philhamonic Society
Date: 25 > 28 July 2021
The International Composers’ Forum and Competition BRUNO MADERNA was born from the idea to create a project that will work on the meeting of the contemporary music of our time, dedicated to the memory of the great italian composer of 20th century Bruno Maderna (1920-1973,).
The Competition is realized by the collaboration between KLKnewmusic and the Phoenix Ensemble. The project is open to all composers of any age and nationality, who want to share their musical and personal journey, attend seminars and opportunities for discussion, on the art of our time, on the contemporary music, and on the figure of the Composer in this Third Millennium. The organization will select composers who will have the opportunity to participate in the “BRUNO MADERNA COMPOSERS’ MUSIC COMPETITION 2021” from 25 to 28 July 2020 in the city of Lviv, inside the music center of Lviv Philharmonic Society.
Each composer must submit a score with organic from 4 to 13 players: piano, two violins, viola, cello, contrabass, flute ( ottavino), oboe, clarinet (bass clarinet), bassoon, horn, 2 percussionists (timpani, bass drum, snare drum, woodblocks, vibraphone, xylophone, marimba, cymbals, gong, tam tam, tubular bells).
The work must not exceed 10 minutes. All score will be sent by email (only one work for composer), in PDF format, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The selected works will be played on 28 July 2021 by Phoenix Ensemble. The concert will be recorded by a sound engineer and video recording.
Deadline: 19 June 2021.
The work must not exceed 10 minutes.
All score will be sent by email (only one work for composer), in PDF format, to email@example.com.
Each email sent to submit a score shall include:
– The score and orchestral parts must be in A4 format, (please indicate minutes of the score) as PDF file (Sibelius or Finale program);
– A second PDF-file containing the identity of the composer (name and address, nationality, telephone number, email, website, short CV)
and a statement by the composer stating that the submitted work has never before been published, performed in public and/or broadcast before,
nor prized in any composer’s competition. Other file format than PDF are not acceptable and will result in the submission being rejected!
There is no registration form.
The Composition Staff will select the best composers, from all the application submitted, no later than 21 June 2021.