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Gamma-UT is announcing a Call for Scores of student works
 
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CALL FOR SCORES
For the fourth year, Gamma-UT is announcing a Call for Scores of student works. Following last year's highly successful concert of electro-acoustic music, we will once again have a focus on technology and mixed media. Student composers/video artists are invited to submit pieces with video and music, where music plays a major role. Electronic and acoustic music is welcome, but acoustic pieces, if they are to be played live, should be limited to 4 performers. Attendance is mandatory for those with accepted pieces (composer or video artist).

The deadline for submission is February 1, 2005 Applicants will be notified of the program committee's decision via email by February 15, 2005.

Mixed media pieces should include a hard copy of DVD (video with music) mailed to the address below.

Pieces involving acoustic instruments should include a copy of the score. Submissions may be emailed (pdf, sibelius, finale) or mailed in paper format. Recordings are greatly appreciated (mp3, CD, cassette, DAT).

Please include your name, email address, mailing address, institutional affiliation, and proof of student status (copy of student ID or transcript).

Hard copies should be mailed to:
The University of Texas
Samuel Pluta
GAMMA-UT Composition Chair
School of Music
1 University Station E3100
Austin, TX 78712-0435

The concert will be held on April 9, 2005, following the GAMMA-UT Conference, at the University of Texas at Austin. Submissions will not be returned. For more information, contact:
Samuel Pluta - spluta@mail.utexas.edu or Robert Honstein - rhonstein@gmail.com.





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