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Commission Opportunity: James Joyce's Ulysses Exhibition, Ireland
Deadline: 23 October 2003

The Office of Public Works in conjunction with Orna Hanly Architect announces two music commissions as part of the James Joyce Ulysses/Bloomsday centenary celebrations in June 2004.

A major exhibition on Ulysses is being designed and will be shown in the National Library of Ireland for at least a year from April 2004. A number of artworks (including music) are being commissioned as part of the exhibition (further details on the attached briefing document).

Expressions of interest are sought from Irish-born or domiciled composers in relation to sound installations, electro-acoustic or acoustic works to act as integrated sound components for two sections of the exhibition: the 'Sirens' episode and the 'Molly and Bloom' section. The possibility of collaboration between artists commissioned for the project from other disciplines, eg photography, will be considered. Each work is likely to be in the region of ten minutes duration and will be used in recorded form. Fees will be negotiated in accordance with CMC/AIC Commission Guidelines and any expenses in relation to studio time, copying etc. will be covered.

Two commissioned composers will be chosen by a panel of experts representing Orna Hanly Architect/OPW and the Contemporary Music Centre, together with an independent expert of stature. The panel's decision is final.

Apply by submitting:
  • a short outline of initial ideas as expression of interest (max. 300 words);
  • an indication of which section of the exhibition you are interested in writing for;
  • a CV and complete work list;
  • a list of five recent compositions and/or recordings to be used as an indication of your style and level of attainment (submit scores and recordings only if they are NOT already in the CMC library).

Applications by post or by email must reach The Director, Contemporary Music Centre, 19 Fishamble Street, Dublin 8, by 5.00 pm on Thursday, 23 October 2003. Email: eokelly@cmc.ie

Further information from Martin Spillane, Orna Hanly Architects. Email:martin@ornahanlyarchitect.ie or tel. 01-872 7766.

Posted: 10 October 2003

Nouvel Ensemble Moderne 7th International Forum of Young Composers, Canada
Deadline: 31 October 2003
Open to composers aged 30 and under on 31 October 2003. Works for chamber orchestra or large ensemble, duration approx 15 mins. Prize: One-month workshop in Canada and performance.
Details:
Web: www.umontreal.ca
Email: lenem@nem.umontreal.ca

Posted: 5 September 2003

Concorde in association with SPNM, Ireland
Deadline: 31 October 2003
Workshop day with Concorde ensemble in association with the Society for the Promotion of New Music (SPNM), UK. Open to Irish or Northern Irish composers, or composers currently based in Ireland. Works for 1-6 players from the following: flute (doubling alto flute and piccolo), clarinet (doubling bass clarinet), violin, cello, piano, accordion, soprano voice, duration 10 mins max. The works selected will be performed and recorded at the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin, on 22 January 2004. Recordings will be made available to the composers.
Details:
Web: www.spnm.org.uk
Email: tina@spnm.org.uk

Posted: 8 July 2003

Sligo New Music Festival, Ireland
Deadline: 23 January 2004
Open to composers of any age and nationality living in Ireland or the UK. Unperformed, unpublished works for any two, three or all four of the following instruments: flute, B flat clarinet, viola, cello (no doublings). Duration 10 mins max. Three works will be chosen by a jury to be workshopped by Rebecca Saunders and performed by musikFabrik on Sunday 28 March. Entry fee Euro symbol10.
Submissions to:
Sligo New Music Festival/Workshop
Model Arts and Niland Gallery
The Mall
Sligo
Ireland
Details:
Email: info@modelart.ie

Posted: 28 August 2003

Crash Ensemble's Maternity Hospital
No deadline
Following the success of last December's Up North! festival, Ireland's Crash Ensemble> is putting plans in place for another contemporary music festival to be held in the Project Arts Centre, Dublin, in late November/early December 2003.

Last year's event saw the performance of thirteen world premieres over four days and to continue this focus on new work, Crash will transform one of Project's performing spaces, the Cube, into a 'maternity hospital' where new works will be brought into the world over the course of the festival. Crash Ensemble will perform a number of premieres, notably new works by Kevin O'Connell and Andrew Hamilton, and visiting group Bradyworks from Montréal will also perform new work.

Performers and composers who would like to propose world and Irish premieres for Maternity Hospital are invited to contact Fergus Sheil, Crash Ensemble director, with details.
Details:
Email: fergus@crashensemble.com
Web: www.crashensemble.com

Posted: 30 May 2003





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