Noisy Night at SOUND – call for scores

12 April 2021

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Red Note Ensemble are seeking emerging or amateur neurodiverse composer (18+ years old) interested in writing scores in an effort to support greater inclusion in contemporary classical music.

Noisy Nights provide an outlet to hear emerging new musical ideas and voices in our new social distanced reality.

A maximum of 5 pieces will be selected by a panel of musicians and composers from Red Note and sound. All submissions will receive feedback from our panel if requested. Selected composers will be notified on the 31stMay and invited to join the rehearsals over zoom on the 9th June.

Please note the scores should not include electronics or any pre-recorded parts, and take into account that concerts are rehearsed and performed in a short timeframe.

Full score and parts in PDF format to be submitted online via Google forms or via email to katja@rednoteensemble.com by 5pm (UK time) on Friday 21st May. Please include full name and contact in your submission email. Late submissions will not be accepted.

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Red Note and sound are PRS Foundation Talent Development Partners.

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