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5 July 2011

ISCM World Music Days Festivals 2012 - 2014 – call for works deadlines

ISCM World Music Days Festivals 2012 - 2014 – call for works deadlines

Updated 14 September 2011 - deadlines and links for ISCM 2013.

As the Australian Section of the ISCM, the Australian Music Centre is currently reviewing submissions lodged at AMC to determine the section's official submission for the 2012 World Music Days in Brussels, Belgium (25 October - 4 November 2012). The selection of works for the ISCM Australian Section submission will be made in good time for those composers not included to consider lodging as an individuals. The deadline for individual submissions is 1 August.

The works must have been composed between 2006-2011, and composers whose works were performed at the World Music Days in Zagreb in 2011 are ineligible to submit works for the 2012 festival. One work per composer can be submitted (either through the official or individual submissions).

The deadlines for the call for works for ISCM World Music Days festivals in 2013 (in Austria/Slovakia) and 2014 (in Worclaw, Poland) have also been announced:
ISCM World Music Days 2013, Austria and Slovakia: call for works deadline for the Australian Section is 1 November 2011, for individual submissions 31st of December 2011. See: 2013 call for scores document.
ISCM World Music Days 2014, Wroclaw, Poland: call for works deadline 30th of June 2012 (for the Australian section, approximately one calendar month before this). More details.

For more information, contact , or at the AMC.

> See also: ISCM World Music Days 2012 - call for works (Resonate 24 May 2011)

Further links

World Music Days 2012 (www.worldmusicdays2012.be/)
World Music Days 2012 - call for works (pdf)
World Music Days 2013 - call for works (pdf)
World Music Days 2014 - call for works
ISCM (www.iscm.org/)

The Australian Music Centre connects people around the world to Australian composers and sound artists. By facilitating the performance, awareness and appreciation of music by these creative artists, it aims to increase their profile and the sustainability of their art form. Established in 1974, the AMC is now the leading provider of information, resources, materials and products relating to Australian new music.


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