These competitions foster the creation of new music. A monetary prize and/or a performance is often awarded to winning compositions.
Related categories 1
The American Academy in Berlin
Candidates must be either American citizens or permanent residents. Stipend of $3,000 - $5,000 per month, round trip airfare, apartment and partial board at the Hans Arnhold Center. Proposed projects must demonstrate a need to be in Berlin. Website has guidelines, application forms, and list of current fellows.
International Composing Competition "2 Agosto"
Works for specified genre, changes each year. Open to composer of all nationalities who are under age 41. Anonymous entry. Work may not have been previously performed. Three winning works will receive cash award, performance in Italy.
John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
Offers fellowships to further the development of scholars and artists.
A place for both emerging and well-established artists of all disciplines to create and work without interruption. Lists studio descriptions, residency program, fellowship opportunities, history, and financial information.
Queen Elisabeth Competition
Works for piano and orchestra, approx. 10 minutes duration. Open to composers age 40 and under. Anonymous submission. Cash award, performance and possible radio/TV broadcast.
Young Composer Award
The DSO present a competition for GCSE and A Level music students, to give them a live performance opportunity, and one cash prize.
Last update:March 24, 2016 at 8:37:22 UTC