CALL FOR SCORES! TACTUS YOUNG COMPOSERS' FORUM 2017
|CALL FOR SCORES! TACTUS YOUNG COMPOSERS' FORUM 2017|
|Summary:||Young composers' competition|
|Deadline:||01 June 2017|
|Date Posted:||12 January 2017|
TACTUS YOUNG COMPOSERS' FORUM 2017|
writing for orchestra
The seventh edition of the Young Composers' Forum - September 2017
Launched in 2003, this biannual event offers the opportunity for young composers to increase their understanding of what is involved in writing for a symphony orchestra and chamber ensemble. A maximum of six composers, to be selected on the basis of an online submission, will be given the privilege of workshopping a work or part of a work (a movement) of about 10 minutes in length with the Brussels Philharmonic and the ensemble Musiques Nouvelles.
The working sessions will be followed by discussions in the presence of internationally renowned composers. Lectures will also be given on various aspects of composing as well as other topics related to composersí careers, etc.
At the end of the sessions an international reading panel will select one or more works that may be programmed by a professional orchestras. In the past these have included the Orchestre National de Lille, the National Orchestra of Belgium, the Flemish Radio Orchestra, the BBC Symphony Orchestra and the Brussels Philharmonic.
The seventh edition of ['tactus], Young Composers' Forum, will take place in Brussels and Mons, Belgium, from September 25th to 29th, 2017 under the presence of maestri Ann McKay, Jean-Paul Dessy, Kimmo Hakola, Claude Ledoux, and others to be confirmed.
The event will take place in Brussels, Belgium from September 25th to 27th (orchestral session with the Brussels Philharmonic) and in Mons, Belgium from September 27th to 29th (chamber music session with Musiques Nouvelles).
Applications can be submitted exclusively online via the Ulysses platform from December 12th, 2016.
Deadline for submission: June 1st 2017
Applications accepted exclusively online via the Ulysses platform: ulysses-network.eu/web/competitions/