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 Contemporary Music Lab
Summary:Composition Workshop
Deadline: 31 July 2018
Date Posted: 18 July 2018
Details: The Contemporary Music Lab launches the 1st Composition Workshop which will be held in Nicosia, Cyprus, between 29 November to 01 December 2018, at the European University Cyprus and will include composition, analysis classes as well as rehearsals with the guest ensemble. The workshop aims to engage with young composers who wish to complete a new work, taking advantage of the experience and advice from guest composers and performers during the sessions and rehearsals.

All new works composed for the workshop will be presented and recorded during a concert open to the public.

• Submission Deadline:
31 July 2018

• Workshop Dates:
29 November – 01 December

•Guest Ensemble:
Varyaulos ΙΙΙ (2 Bassoons and Piano)

1.The workshop is open to composers born after December 1, 1983.

2.Composers’ applications and dossiers for the Composition Workshops will be examined by a reading panel made up of guest instructors whose decisions are final.

3.The directors in agreement with the instructors responsible for the workshop, have the right to dismiss a score if it cannot be realized during the work sessions.

4.Tuition: 85 € for active participants
40 € for auditors

• How to apply:

A full application should be sent to including:

– The application form duly completed and signed

– A recent ID photograph (passport format)
– A curriculum vitae (studies, current activities, achievements in the field of the composition, etc) written in English
– Up to three (3) scores with recordings where available (links to large files are accepted) demonstrating the skills of the composers in solo and chamber music writing.

• Submission deadline:
31st July 2018
Incomplete applications or applications without payment of the registration fee will not be considered.

Selected candidates will receive a confirmation email by 10 August 2018

The selection panel will assign one of the following four instrumental combinations to each selected composer who will have to submit scores and parts by 10 October 2018 the latest:

Option 1
Solo Bassoon – Duration up to 5 minutes

Option 2
Bassoon Duet - Duration up to 5 minutes

Option 3
Bassoon and Piano - Duration up to 5 minutes

Option 4
2 Bassoons and Piano - Duration up to 5 minutes

• Course fees (paid on the first day of the Workshop):

Active participant: 85 euro
Auditor: 40 euro

For more information:


 outHEAR New Music Week 2018
Summary:Symposium and Master Class in Composition
Deadline: 24 August 2018
Date Posted: 11 July 2018
Details: Symposium and Master Class in Composition

Ensemble in residence:
String quartet of the Ensemble Klangforum
Visiting artist:
Hannah Walter, violin/viola

Open to all composers
Application deadline: August 24th, 2018, 11:59pm
Announcement of result: September 1st, 2018

The OUT HEAR New Music Week 2018 is happy to announce a Call for scores and proposals to participate in a Symposium and Master Class in Composition on December 12th to 16th, 2018, lead by our ensemble-in-residence, String quartet of the Ensemble Klangforum in collaboration with our faculty Clemens Gadenstätter, Dimitri Papageorgiou, and Orestis Toufektsis.


1. Eligibility

• The Call for Scores is open to composers of any gender, age and nationality.

2. Submission

• Submit compositions for string quartet (vn1, v2, va, vc) without electronics.
• Submissions must be original compositions, not arrangements.
• Although the duration of the submitted work is free, works with a duration of 12 minutes or less will be more preferable.
• Submissions are not anonymous.
• Compositions must have been composed within the last five years and may have already been performed.
• Multiple submissions are accepted.

3. Application Fee

• A non-returnable entry fee of 12€ is required for each submission.
• Payment can be made to the following bank account:
IBAN: GR91 0171 7830 0067 8311 6310 135
Account Name: Dimotiko Odeion Larissas (Municipal Conservatory of Larissa)
Address: Blanas Square (Laou), Larissa, P.C. 41221, Greece
• In the transaction description, please, write: OutHear New Music Week 2018 Call for Scores
• Contribution fees must be sent in euros.
• Participants are asked to attach copies of bank transfer receipts.
• Participation fees are non-refundable

3. Items to submit:

• Computer notated score and parts in PDF format.
• A short resume of the composer.
• Demo recordings are welcome but not necessary. Please, submit via a link to Dropbox, Soundcloud, or other external hosting site.
• A copy of payment of the application fee;
• Click HERE to start the submission process

4. Deadline

• Submissions will be accepted through August 24th, 2018. All submissions must be received by 11:59 PM (UTC+2:00 Athens) on August 24th, 2018. Winners will be announced by September 1st, 2018.

5. Selection

Two groups of composers will be selected

• Group A of composers will be selected for their works to be rehearsed, discussed, and performed at the final concert.
• Group B of composers will be selected for their works to be rehearsed, discussed, and read-through.

6. Tuition Fees

If selected, there is a tuition fee including hotel accommodation (single room) for the duration of the symposium and master class

1. Group A = 400€
2. Group B = 300€

7. The Jury

• Dimitri Papageorgiou - composer and artistic director of OUT HEAR New Music Week, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
• Orestis Toufektsis, composer and artistic director of OUT HEAR New Music Week, University of Music and Dramatic Arts Graz
• Clemens Gadenstätter, composer, University of Music and Dramatic Arts Graz
• The members of the Klangforum String Quartet:
o Annette Bik, violin;
o Gunde Jäch-Miko, violin;
o Dimitrios Polisoidis, viola;
o Andreas Lindenbaum, cello
• The judges will not make available any written or verbal commentary.

7. Further Information

• Participation in this project is approval of these terms and conditions.
• OUT HEAR New Music Week do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age, pregnancy, disability, creed, religion, sexual orientation, or gender identity. All individuals are encouraged to apply.
• OUT HEAR New Music Week will not be able to provide transportation commissioning or rental fees for any composers whose work is selected for performance. Nevertheless support will be given to creators available for travel by sending off letters or invitations directed towards entities that could be helping them to cover these expenses.
• The artistic and organizing committee of OutHear New Music Week, in charge of this Call for Scores, reserves the possibility to bring changes to this bid.
• The processing of personal data provided by the participants is based on principles of correctness, lawfulness, transparency, and privacy protection – especially regarding the participants themselves. All processing is done once files are received for the purpose of the composers’ participation.
• For any additional information, please contact OutHear New Music Week assistant, Marily Ventouri, at


 Listen Imagine Compose
Summary:CPD in composing for teachers
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 05 July 2018
Details: Listen Imagine Compose now offers a Masters in Teaching and Learning, as part of its Continuing Professional Development programme for secondary music teachers.

This is available nationally and is accredited by Birmingham City University. Learners can gain a Masters in Teaching and Learning or a Masters in Educational Leadership.

About the CPD
• The CPD is designed to enable secondary music teachers develop skills in teaching composing with KS3, GCSE and A level students;
• The course delivery team includes Professor Martin Fautley, Professor Pam Burnard, Gary Spruce and Dr. Jonathan Savage, supported by professional composers and musicians;
• The course is accredited by Birmingham City University at Level 7 (Certificate/ Diploma/ Masters);
• The course can be delivered in any UK location as long as we have sufficient sign ups to make it viable;
• Students can be a mix of those who do and do not wish to be accredited, subject to being able to form a viable group;
• The year-long programme comprises 6 x 3 hour sessions plus additional time spent reflecting on professional practice and undertaking action research in the classroom;
• This year-long course will normally result in a Diploma in Teaching and Learning or Educational Leadership, assuming that the learner has sufficient prior accreditation (eg a PGCE);
• A further year of part-time study is required to reach Masters level.
• The next cohort will start in October 2018.

During the course teachers will:
• Reflect on what composing with young people entails;
• Learn new creative strategies for teaching composing;
• Develop pedagogic strategies for teaching composing;
• Develop existing schemes of work;
• Undertake Action Research;
• Be mentored by a leading academic and teacher trainer;
• Work with professional composers;
• Network and learn from other secondary music teachers participating in the CPD.

Download a short guide to the Listen Imagine Compose course here and Birmingham City University’s guide to its Masters courses.

Dates for the 2018/19 course:
The 2018/19 course will be held in Birmingham on the following dates:
• Sessions 1 & 2: Sunday 14 October 2018
• Sessions 3 & 4: Sunday 18 November 2018
• Session 5: Sunday 3 March 2019
• Session 6: Sunday 30 June 2019

Accredited course: A Masters degree is in 3 stages (see the downloadable guide above). Most learners undertaking the Listen Imagine Compose course will join the qualification at Stage 2.

Stage 1: Teachers with a PGCE or equivalent can use these credits in lieu of completing Stage 1 at no additional cost or a small fee (in the region of £50). This is done one a case-by-case basis, contact us for more information.

Stage 2: This is the Listen Imagine Compose taught course. The cost for 2018/19 is £2,200.

Stage 3: Is a further year of part-time study required to complete the Masters qualification. The cost of Stage 3 for those starting Stage 2 in 2018/19 will be £2,200.

There is no requirement to commit to all the stages from the outset and it is possible to pay for each stage in installments.

Non-accredited course: Teachers who do not wish to be accredited may attend the Listen Imagine Compose course for a reduced cost which will be between £500 and £1,000, depending on the size of the group.

Any questions?
Contact Judith Robinson if you would like to know how the accreditation works or if you have any other questions!

Music Education Hubs and other potential partners: contact Judith Robinson to discuss how Listen Imagine Compose can be delivered in your area.


Summary:Composing programme
Deadline: 03 December 2018
Date Posted: 05 July 2018
Details: KEEP COMPOSERS WEIRD – A program for emerging composers held in Austin, TX the “Live Music Capital of the World”

KEEP COMPOSERS WEIRD program provides an opportunity for selected composers from around the world, ages 21+, to submit a newly written work that is to be rehearsed, recorded in a professional studio and performed at a concert in Austin, TX. In addition, for 5-6 days, each composer will participate in lectures, networking events and establish professional relationships with colleagues in the music and arts industry.

The program name draws inspiration from the city of Austin’s motto of “Keep Austin Weird.” Most composers do not have professional studio recordings of their compositions, and most who do, have subpar live recordings. With quality studio recordings there is an opportunity to place compositions in film, commercials, and radio. In Austin, a city rich in music and culture, these visiting composers will also have the opportunity to build relationships and broaden their network.

KEEP COMPOSERS WEIRD takes place for 8-10 days in Austin, Texas. Participants will be required to compose a work specifically for the program. Each composer will have the opportunity to work with an ensemble in a rehearsal and a recording session at Cacophony Records, recording and engineering done by Grammy winning producer, Erik Wofford. All tracking will be done in Austin, mixing and mastering will be conducted post-program and sent to the composer (composer retains all rights to music). A performance will be booked in advance and promoted to showcase each composer. In addition, conferences, panels, and mixers will be held at various venues around town to provide networking opportunities. Participants will be provided with housing (house includes full kitchen, living room, backyard, Wi-fi, TV, A/C etc), catered breakfasts, lunches.

Participants (tuition + housing + two meals per day): $1,560 USD (contributes toward recording, musicians, performance)
Application should be sent by email to (cost to apply is $15 USD)

1) Please send the following information:
a. Name
b. Birth date
c. Nationality
d. CV
e. Short paragraph talking about yourself (i.e – interests, goals, etc)
f. One letter of recommendation (if possible)

2) PDF files of one – two of your works with recordings or midi (if available)

3) $15(USD) fee payable by paypal to
Dec.3.2018: Application deadline
Dec.5. 2018: Announcement of results
Dec.15.2018: Notification to reserve spot in program (via deposit; flexible)
Dec.20. 2018: The selected participants will receive instrumentation for their works
Jan.7.2019: Deadline for sending finished composition
Jan.13/14. 2019: – arrival and accommodation in Austin
Jan.21/22.2019: – departure from Austin


 Accademia Musicale della Versilia
Summary:Master Class
Deadline: 15 August 2018
Date Posted: 26 June 2018
Details: Con la collaborazione di
Master Class di Composizione Musicale
Docente: M° Andrea Portera

Esecuzione dei quartetti durante la serata di Gala e assegnazione di Vari Premi
1. Apertura delle Iscrizioni
Sono aperte le iscrizioni per la Master Class Internazionale di Composizione organizzato dall’Accademia Musicale della Versilia.

2. Requisiti di Ammissione
La Master Class è rivolta ai compositori senza limiti di età, sia italiani che stranieri. Per partecipare è necessario presentare una bozza o progetto di un brano per quartetto d’archi e altre composizioni del proprio repertorio, che siano rappresentative della personalità estetica del compositore.
I quartetti (bozza o progetto) saranno discussi e analizzati durante la master class, per essere completati ed eseguiti nel concerto finale del corso.

3. Finalità del Corso e Programma

Il corso è finalizzato al perfezionamento, alla pratica e alle materie compositive come:
1. Orchestrazione: scrittura per strumento solo fino a l’orchestra sinfonica, prestando particolare attenzione alla forma del quartetto d’archi contemporaneo. L’Analisi delle partiture più rilevanti del repertorio moderno e contemporaneo (ma anche più storico) offrirà
una delle cornici di riferimento più importanti di questa sezione.

2. La “Comunicabilità della partitura” che consiste nell’approfondimento della scrittura più efficace per esprimere le proprie potenzialità musicali; in particolare nell’ ambito di Concorsi di Composizione e di presentazione del proprio lavoro a enti promotori di musica contemporanea.

3. Le lezioni saranno sia frontali che di gruppo, che saranno strutturate a inizio corso.

4. Esecuzione Finale e selezione di compositori per delle commissioni.
Ad insindacabile giudizio del docente e della Direzione, durante il Concerto Finale e della Serata di Gala, che si terrà il giorno 2 Settembre alle ore 21:00 a Villa Borbone - Viareggio, verranno assegnati i seguenti premi:
- Due produzioni discografiche dalla casa discografica EMA VINCI RECORDS.
- Due Commissioni inserite all’interno della stagione dell’Orchestra da Camera Fiorentina e
di Toscana Classica per composizioni orchestrali nella stagione 2019-2020.
- Premio per il miglior quartetto 2018 dato dall’Accademia Musicale della Versilia.
- Premio al compositore under 25 particolarmente distintosi nella scrittura dato da
un’importante ente Versiliese.
- Pubblicazione dei 2 quartetti selezionati con un’ importante Casa Editrice.
A tutti i Corsisti verrà rilasciato un attestato di Frequenza.

5. Struttura del Corso
La Master Class ha una durata complessiva di 4 giorni per un impegno di studio giornaliero indicativamente dalle ore 9:00 alle ore 12:00 e dalle 14:30 alle 18:00.

6. Periodo e Luogo
La Master Class internazionale si svolgerà all’interno dell’Accademia Musicale della Versilia in via Machiavelli 257/ Via Cei, nei giorni 30 – 31 Agosto e 1 – 2 Settembre 2018.

7. Materiale per l’Esecuzione
Pezzo per quartetto d’Archi e parti staccate. Durante il corso ai corsisti verrà fornita assistenza per la creazione del materiale per l’esecuzione (dalla realizzazione delle parti alla stampa). Per ottenere questo sostegno integralmente è necessario scrivere la propria partitura attraverso un software grafico di competenza.

8. Numero dei partecipanti
Alla Master Class accederanno solo i primi 16 iscritti.

9. Quota d’Iscrizione e dell’intero corso
La quota d’iscrizione è di € 50,00
Per gli allievi effettivi, il costo della Master Class è di € 350,00.


With the collaboration of
Master Class of Musical Composition
Teacher: M ° Andrea Portera

Execution of the quartets during the Gala evening and the awarding of various prizes

1. Opening of the Registrations
Registrations are open for the International Master Class of Composition organized by the Accademia Musicale della Versilia.

2. Admission Requirements
The Master Class is aimed at composers without age limits, both Italian and foreign. To participate, it is necessary to present a draft or project of a piece for string quartet and other compositions of their repertoire, which are representative of the composer's aesthetic personality.
The quartets (draft or project) will be discussed and analyzed during the master class, to be completed and performed in the final concert of the course.

3. Purpose of the Course and Program

The course is aimed at improving, practicing and composing subjects such as:
1. Orchestration: writing for instrument only up to the symphony orchestra, paying particular attention to the shape of the contemporary string quartet. The analysis of the most relevant scores of modern and contemporary (but also more historical) repertoire will offer
one of the most important reference frames of this section.
2. The "Communicability of the score" which consists in deepening the most effective writing to express one's musical potential; in particular in the field of Composition Competition and presentation of his work to institutions promoting contemporary music.

3. The lessons will be both frontal and group, which will be structured at the beginning of the course.

4. Final Execution and selection of composers for commissions.
At the unquestionable judgment of the teacher and of the Management, during the Final Concert and the Gala Evening, which will be held on September 2nd at 21:00 at Villa Borbone - Viareggio, the following prizes will be awarded:
- Two record productions by the record company EMA VINCI RECORDS.
- Two Commissions inserted within the season of the Fiorentina Chamber Orchestra e
of Classical Tuscany for orchestral compositions in the 2019-2020 season.
- Award for the best 2018 quartet given by the Accademia Musicale della Versilia.
- Award to the composer under 25 particularly distinguished in the writing given by
an important Versiliese institution.
- Publication of the 2 selected quartets with an important Publishing House.
All participants will receive a certificate of attendance.

5. Course structure
The Master Class has a total duration of 4 days for a daily study effort from approximately 9:00 am to 12:00 am and from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm.

6. Period and Place
The International Master Class will take place within the Music Academy of Versilia, via Machiavelli 257 / Via Cei, on 30 - 31 August and 1 - 2 September 2018.

7. Material for the Execution
Piece for string quartet and detached parts. During the course the students will be provided assistance for the creation of the material for the execution (from the realization of the parts to the press). To obtain this support in full, it is necessary to write your score through a graphical software of competence.

8. Number of participants
The Master Class will only access the first 16 members.

9. Registration fee and the entire course
The registration fee is € 50.00
For actual students, the cost of the Master Class is € 350.00.
Registration Fees and payments for the entire Master Class are non-refundable.
It is possible to divide into n. 2 installments of the attendance fee: the first of € 100.00 at the time of enrollment, and the second of € 250.00 on the first day of the Master Class at the Academy.

Web Site:accademiamusicaledellaversilia...

Summary:Masterclass opportunity
Deadline: 29 July 2018
Date Posted: 29 March 2018
Details: She Lives is pleased to announce its Master class in Composition 2018.
Our musical association had the privilege to work with some of the most important institutions and artists in the international panorama: Solisti della Scala di Milano, Roma Opera House, Accademia Chigiana, Filarmonica Romana, Fondazione Scelsi, Royal Embassy of Norway, Swiss Institute in Rome, and great artists such as Peter Eötvös and Lasse Thoresen.

General Info
Period: 25-29 August 2018
Place: Zeneház (House of Music) seat of Concerto Budapest Orchestra.
Address: Páva utca 10, 1094 – Budapest
Ensemble in Residence: piano and string quartet (members of The National Hungarian Radio Orchestra, Hungarian Opera House and Concerto Armonico). Ensemble conducted by Andreas Luca Beraldo.
Final Concert: 29 August – House of Music. Budapest

Professors: Sidney Corbett, Alessio Elia

Sidney Corbett / Alessio Elia
– On writing for string quartet, with analytic examples from Ligeti, Scelsi and Lachenmann (and Beethoven and Bartók over our shoulders)

Alessio Elia
– Microtonality: from Spectralism to Polysystemism. From the overtone series to the simultaneous employment of different tuning systems.
(Seminar based on lectures held at Cité de la Musique, The Hungarian Academy of Arts and Chigiana Academy)
Sidney Corbett
– San Paolo, opera after an unrealised screenplay by Pier Paolo Pasolini
– Window technique: a way of managing proportions in musical composition with regard to metre, tempo, harmonic rhythm, density, register and dynamics
The pieces of the students are analyzed and discussed by Corbett and Elia from the point of view of compositional techniques and aesthetics. The conductor and editor Andreas Luca Beraldo will provide instead a conductorial and editorial approach.

Active students are entitled to attend the courses, and invited to discuss their own works with professors during individual meetings. They can also take part to the final concert with a piece written for the ensemble in residence.

Passive participants are entitled to attend the courses and the discussions of active students about their works, but they cannot discuss their own works with the professors.
Passive participants are invited to attend the rehearsals and the final concert of active students, but they cannot propose their own works.

The course is held in English.
Individual meetings can be done in the following languages:
Sidney Corbett: English, German, Spanish
Alessio Elia: English, Italian, German, Hungarian

The course provides the performance of the students pieces during the final concert (Wednesday, 29 August – h. 19:30, House of Music).
Composers are invited to write a piece for the ensemble in residence (with conductor):

Piano and string quartet
The piece can be written for any combination of the instruments present in the ensemble, from solo instrument to the whole group and must not be longer than 7 minutes.
Scores and parts, preferably written with a music notation software (Finale, Sibelius, etc.), must be sent as a pdf file no later than 29 July 2018, to the following e-mail address:

To apply, send a CV and a piece written for the ensemble in residence (any combination of the instruments present in the ensemble, from solo instrument to the whole group, and no longer than 7 minutes) by the deadline, which is 29 July 2018. Within one week of submission the applicant will be notified about participation either as an active or passive student. Subsequently it will be necessary to pay the registration fee in accordance with the result of the application process.
Students who wish to apply directly as passive participants should send only a copy of their identity card or passport, and pay the registration fee.

Course Fees
Active Students: 560 €
Listeners: 300

The fees should be sent to the following Bank Account
Associazione SHE LIVES
IBAN: IT17H0335901600100000131702
BIC/SWIFT (per le transazioni internazionali): BCITITMX
Banca Prossima – Filiale di Milano, Piazza Paolo Ferrari 10, 20121 Milano
SHE LIVES Address: Piazza della Libertà 20, 00192 – Roma (Italy).

Deadline for enrollment and delivery of the pieces and parts
29 July 2018


Summary:Young Composers' Workshop
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 04 January 2018
Details: In Composer Conductor's INK STILL WET workshop, young composers work together with the Composer in Residence and the Tonkünstler Orchestra.

Grafenegg tinkers with the sounds of our time . In composer-conductor workshop INK STILL WET, Composer in Residence Ryan Wigglesworth works on the scores with young composers and performs them together with the Tonkunstler Orchestra under the direction of the workshop participants.

Wigglesworth knows that conducting forms your own musical language. His compositions emerge from deep processes in which he first interrogates himself. "I think it does not make sense to think of the audience at the first note," he says. "You have to forget that you write for an audience to find out what you want to say. Otherwise, everything becomes a manipulation. But in the end it's about the purity of the idea, and that usually reaches its audience. "A philosophy he will debate with the workshop participants.

The young composers can apply for a score in Grafenegg and are selected in a selection process. INK STILL WET is about questions of when a work is finished, what technical rules have to be followed, how to pour the hitherto unheard-of sound - and, above all, how to perform works that are just going to be performed. " in fresh ink »were noted and revised. For this practical implementation, the musicians of the Tonkünstler Orchestra work closely together with the Composer in Residence and the INK STILL WET participants.

INK STILL WET is as much a compositional workshop as a sound laboratory in which the foundations of music are measured in our present day. The results are finally heard in a large final concert in the auditorium. Admission to the concert is free.


"INK STILL WET" Composer Conductor Workshop with Ryan Wigglesworth at Grafenegg Festival 2018
17th - 21st August 2018


Please complete the application form and send it to usw[at] together with your letter of motivation, your artistic CV and the full score of the work you have composed and submitted for the workshop.


 Opportunity: New Voices, Talent Development Programme
Summary:Register interest for programme
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 20 September 2017
Details: Date: Registration closes, noon on Tues 17th Oct
Produced by: Sound and Music
New Voices: a new Talent Development Programme for new ideas, new sounds and new music

Do you create or compose your own music or sound? Then this could be the opportunity for you!

Taking the successful models, wonderful partnerships and expertise from our previous Embedded and Portfolio Programmes, as well as our Pathways Programme we are thrilled to announce and introduce you to New Voices, Sound and Music's reimagined Talent Development Programme.

We are looking for composers and artists creating their own original new music and sound to be part of New Voices

New Voices aims to be representative of the diverse range of composers working across the UK today.


Become part of New Voices, an 18 month Talent Development Programme tailored to your needs
Get the benefit of 6 months of bespoke, external and expert coaching and mentoring
Explore and realise your creative ideas and ambitions, in your own style, in your own way
Join a network of your creative peers from across the UK, who will be going through the New Voices programme at the same time as you
Be part of a unique supportive residential weekend with these peers and with Sound and Music staff
Make public facing work for audiences, through your own creative activity and collaborations, and/or through working with other organisations
Receive a bursary of £1,500, travel and accommodation expenses, plus a production grant of up to £6,000 if you are organising the final public outcome yourself
Work with Sound and Music to explore digital as well as live outcomes of your work
Sound good?

Great. At this stage, you only need to register your interest, and then we will get in contact to discuss and to find out if this opportunity is a good fit.

If you need any other support to access this opportunity, or need this information in another format then we’re here to help, so please do contact us: Director of Programmes,

Keep reading to find out more.

 Soundfly's new online course with Tim Hansen teaches you the fundamentals of Composition
Summary:Composition Course
Deadline: None
Date Posted: 16 November 2016
Details: SOUNDFLY'S NEW COURSE TEACHES YOU THE FUNDAMENTALS OF MUSIC COMPOSITION & DEEPENS YOUR UNDERSTANDING OF EMPLOYING THEORY code: SOUNDANDMUSIC for 20% off!As a composer, there are many different tools in your tool belt that can bring interest and originality to your music. You can use time signatures to add complexity, tonality to add emotional pull, rhythm to add drive, or something else to create some other unique dynamic. This course will take you through the essential elements of modern composing. Led by Australian composer Tim Hansen, you'll explore the beat, time signatures, rhythm, tonality, timbre, texture, and structure, with key examples to demonstrate along the way. By the end of this course, you'll be able to employee these tools more effectively in your compositions.This one-of-a-kind month-long course combines fun instructional videos, step-by-step guides, downloadable resources, and professional support and feedback to help you unlock your vision for notated music. You'll have the opportunity to get personal mentorship and consulting from an industry expert, as well as access to a revolving-door community of fellow students and advisors. Now who's ready to get composing?