Pohjoismaiset musiikkipäivät 2021: teoshaku päättyy 17.7.2020
Pohjoismaiset musiikkipäivät, Reykjavik, Islanti
Pohjoismaiset musiikkipäivät järjestetään vuonna 2021 Reykjavikissa 21.-23.10.
Islannin säveltäjäyhdistys on avannut teoshaun, joka päättyy 17.7.2020.
CALL FOR WORKS
Nordic Music Days 2021 in Iceland
REYKJAVÍK 21-23 October 2021
Nordic Music Days 2021 is organised by the Icelandic Composers Society, and takes place in Reykjavík from 21st – 23rd of October 2021.
Global Transformation or a Mirage?
Nordic Music Days 2021 seek to explore the impact of arts on current social and political affairs. Should music be obliged to influence aspects of society? Double rainbow!
DEADLINE for submissions is JULY 17th 2020
QUESTIONS REGARDING THE CALLS: Contact Artistic director, Tinna Þorsteinsdóttir, email@example.com
QUESTIONS REGARDING THE SUBMISSION SYSTEM: Contact Valdís Þorkelsdóttir, Managing director, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the festival
Nordic Music Days has been running annually since 1888, which makes it one of the world’s oldest ongoing music festivals. The festival is administered by the Nordic Composers Council with each of the Nordic countries taking turns to manage the festival’s practical arrangements.
Nordic Music Days serves as a platform for ensembles, musicians and repertoires in order to spread the music of Nordic composers.
Nordic Music Days 2021 takes place in Iceland on 21-23 October 2021 and is organized by the Icelandic Composers Society.
The theme is a guideline only, all other interpretations will be accepted. Only works by artists from or living in the Nordic region are accepted. Submissions are only allowed directly into the NMD database at http://nmdsubmission.org/
1. If you are already registered in the submission database from last years’ NMD, please login with your username and password. Otherwise create a user account and submit composer
2. Submit artist information
3. Submit idea proposal information
4. Add a 120-word description
5. Upload the score or detailed info as a PDF file as well as sound / video excerpts.
Recordings (audio/video, from performances or midi) are required. Links and other
documentation can be added. Works may not be older than 7 years.
We would like to feature new works premiered at the festival, but please note that we can not pay a commission fee for that idea. If you propose a new idea not made or composed yet, please
add a live recording or a released piece of your own former work assembling your idea.
One proposal per artist is allowed. Please contact your national composers’ society or national MIC for further information or assistance with converting files or scanning scores.
We are open to submissions for the ensembles listed here below as well as other media forms, composer/performer, electro-acoustic works.
Iceland Symphony Orchestra
18.104.22.168. 22.214.171.124. 3perc. timp. hp. pno/cel. (1 player), str. (14/12/10/8/6 max)
Reykjavík Chamber Orchestra
fl./picc, ob./cor anglais, cl./bass cl., bsn., hn., trpt., trb., perc., pno., string quintet (max)
fl., cl., perc., pno., vln., vla., cello + max 3 players
Schola Cantorum chamber choir
SIGGI string quartet
Klais – MIDI organ in Hallgrímskirkja
Looking for innovative new instruments for showcase