24 March 2011
Opportunity: Asian Composers League Young Composer Competition
Australian composers under the age of 30 are invited to submit scores for the Asian Composers League Young Composer Competition. The competition forms part of the 29th Asian Composers League (ACL) Festival & Conference in Taipei, Taiwan, 26 November - 3 December 2011. There are monetary prizes of US$500, $300 and $200, but more importantly the competition is a chance to have your work performed during the festival, to travel and to meet other composers. Scores (of 8-13 mins duration, 1-8 instrumentalists) must reach the Melbourne Composers' League office by 1 May - for instrument details and other guidelines, please see the Resonate Opportunities listing (AMC member login required). Contact: Asian Composers' League Young Composer Competition, c/o Andrián Pertout, Melbourne Composers' League, PO Box 4172, Richmond East, Victoria 3121, Australia.
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