Opportunities from SEAMUS and EMF


Subject: Opportunities from SEAMUS and EMF
From: Ian Chuprun (ianc@sympatico.ca)
Date: Fri Jun 11 1999 - 09:23:02 EDT


I was recently sent the following, and thought it would be of interest to
the larger collective.

Ian

>SEAMUS/EMF Electroacoustic Opportunities Report
>June 10, 1999
>
>This monthly report invites your participation in festivals,
>conferences, and other events. It also lists job searches and special
>educational opportunities. If you'd like to know more about any listing,
>look for detailed information by following the links specified below or
>by searching the SEAMUS Opportunities Web Site at:
>
> http://leon.music.lsu.edu:591/eam_opps/
>
>Contents
>==========
>1. Concerts
>2. Conferences
>3. Competitions
>4. Jobs
>5. Educational Opportunities
>6. Other Opportunities
>
>
>=============
>1. Concerts
>
>**d i a l o g u e s @ the mathew gallery
>
>As part of a large program of installation works spanning the duration
>of the Edinburgh festivals, we are staging a number of events dedicated
>to video art with particular emphasis on sound.
>
>Deadline: June 10, 1999
>Contact: Pedro Rebelo
>
>d i a l o g u e s
>c/o Pedro Rebelo
>The University of Edinburgh,
>Faculty of Music,
>Alison House,
>12 Nicolson Square,
>EDINBURGH EH8 9DF
>Scotland UK
>
>
>**Call for Works -- Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art
>
>The Cleveland Center for Contemporary Art invites composers to submit
>works for a new monthly contemporary music series during the 1999-2000 season.
>
>Deadline: June 12, 1999
>Contact: Christian-Albrecht Gollub
>E-mail: cagollub@contemporaryart.org
>
>
>**Call for Works -- Hong Kong Composers' Guild
>
>The Hong Kong Composers' Guild requests submission of musical works for
>tape with one or two acoustic instruments for the Electronic/Multi-media
>Concert in the annual Musicarama International Music Festival in Hong
>Kong on October 15, 1999.
>
>Deadline: June 12, 1999
>Contact: Mr. Ng Chun Hoi
>E-mail: chng@fa.ied.edu.hk
>
>
>**Vidarte
>
>Vidarte, a video and electronic media festival, will take place
>September 22 - 26 at the National Center for the Arts in Mexico City.
>
>Deadline: June 15, 1999
>Contact: Manuel Rocha Iturbide
>E-mail: manroit@compuserve.com
>
>
>**Call for Works -- the Swiss Center for Computer Music (SCCM)
>
>The Swiss Center for Computer Music (SCCM) requests submission of
>musical works for tape, solo instrument and tape and solo instrument
>combined with live electronics.
>
>Deadline: July 1, 1999
>Contact: Gary Berger
>Swiss Center for Computer Music
>E-mail: gberger@computermusic.ch
>Web site: http://www.computermusic.ch
>
>**Musica Nova Sofia 2000
>
>The International Festival For Contemporary Music, "Musica Nova Sofia
>2000" announces a call for works for solo to 12 players and electronic music.
>
>Deadline: July 31, 1999
>Contact: Musica Nova Sofia 2000
>E-mail: mproducers2@bnr.acad.bg
>
>
>**"2000 Miniatures for 2000" -- Ensemble Décadŕnse
>
>The Ensemble Décadŕnse announces "2000 Miniatures for 2000". Interested
>composers should submit 5 to 15 miniatures each no longer than 10
>seconds and easy to play.
>
>Deadline: August 31, 1999
>Contact: Frédéric Inigo
>E-mail: decadanse@hotmail.com
>
>
>**"Spring in Havana 2000"
>
>International Festival of Electroacoustic Music "Spring in Havana 2000"
>wil take place from March 5-11, 2000.
>
>Deadline: December 15, 1999
>Contact: Enmanuel Blanco
>E-mail: lnme@artsoft.cult.cu
>
>
>**Stockhausen Composition and Interpretation Courses, July 18- July 25, 1999
>
>The Stockhausen-Foundation for Music announces the annual Stockhausen
>Composition and Interpretation Courses July 18- July 25, 1999 in
>Kuerten, Germany.
>
>Contact: Dettloff Schwerdtfeger
>E-mail: dschwerdtfeger@stockhausen.org
>Web site: http://www.stockhausen.org
>
>
>=============
>2. Conferences
>
>**CALL FOR PAPERS - DAFx99
>Modeling, Music Processing and Audio Effects
>December 9 - 11, 1999, Trondheim, Norway.
>
>The Workshop main title MODELING, MUSIC PROCESSING and AUDIO EFFECTS
>will hopefully inspire and motivate the presentations in a wide range of
>music related digital processing activities.
>
>Deadline: June 15, 1999
>Contact: Workshop Secretariat
>E-mail: dafx99@sevu.ntnu.no
>Web site: http://www.notam.uio.no/dafx99/
>
>**Multimedia at Eurographics
>
>Call for multimedia works. Eurographics '99, the annual conference of
>the European Association for Computer Graphics, will take place
>September 7 -11 in Milan, Italy.
>
>Deadline: June 30, 1999
>Contact: Serena Scoccimarro
>E-mail: mgm@mi.camcom.it
>Web site: http://eg99.dsi.unimi.it
>
>**SCI Region I -- Call for Scores
>
>SCI Region I announces a call for scores for its 1999 Conference which
>will take place from November 12-14, 1999 at Bowdoin College in
>Brunswick, Maine.
>
>Deadline: July 15, 1999
>Contact: Scott Brickman
>E-mail: Brickman@maine.edu
>
>
>**Call for Proposals -- The Sonneck Society for American Music
>
>The Sonneck Society for American Music announces a call for proposals
>for papers, performances, lecture-performances, and full sessions, as
>well as proposals for presentations in innovative and imaginative formats.
>
>Deadline: August 16, 1999
>Contact: Paul F. Wells, Chair
>Sonneck Society Program Committee 2000
>Center for Popular Music
>Box 41 Middle Tennessee State University
>Murfreesboro, TN 37132
>
>
>
>**Call for Papers: CREATE Symposium "Sound in Space"
>
>The Center for Research in Electronic Art Technology (CREATE) in the
>Department of Music of the University of California, Santa Barbara is
>organizing a weekend symposium on "Sound in Space," 11-12 March 2000.
>
>Deadline: September 3, 1999
>Contact: JoAnn Kuchera Morin and Curtis Roads
>E-mail: create@create.ucsb.edu
>Web site: http://www.create.ucsb.edu
>
>**SCI Region III Conference -- Call for Scores and Papers
>
>SCI Region III issues a Call for Scores and Paper Proposals for the
>1999-2000 Region III Conference of the Society of Composers, Inc. hosted
>by the Department of Music at Hampton University in Hampton, Virginia.
>
>Deadline: November 19, 1999
>Contact: Harvey Stokes
>E-mail: hstok1412@aol.com
>
>
>**Second Symposium on Music and Computers: Exploring Computer Music
Performance
>
>The second symposium on music and computers, will be held in the old
>fortress of Corfu: dates are September 27/28/29/30, 1999.
>
>Contact: Dr. Anastasia Georgaki
>email : georgaki@ionio.gr
>
>Frank Pecquet
>fpecquet@univ-paris1.fr
>http://www.univ-paris1.fr/artissimo
>
>
>
>=============
>3. Competitions
>
>**Alma Vernon Gonigam Memorial Composition Prize for Orchestra and
>Interactive Electronics
>
>The Alma Vernon Gonigam Memorial Composition Prize for Orchestra and
>Interactive Electronics has been established to help generate new works
>for this exciting new medium.
>
>Deadline: September 10, 1999
>Contact: Forrest Tobey
>E-mail: forrest@offchants.com
>Web site: http://www.offchants.com/ensemble21/composition_prize.html
>
>**En Red O: Soundscape
>
>En Red O is preparing three days of reflection on Soundscape in the
>Mirador of the Centre de Cultura Contemporánia de Barcelona, on 10, 11
>and 12 November 1999.
>
>Deadline: September 30, 1999
>Contact: Orquestra del Caos
>E-mail: caos@cccb.org
>Web site: http://www.cccb.es/caos/soundscape
>
>**EUROMUSICA -- Peace Anthem for the Third Millennium
>
>The competition is open to all composers of music of all nations and
>without age restrictions; entries of any musical genre and form are
>accepted providing they are sent in to arrive within and not beyond the
>deadline set in the announcement and they fully comply with the
>regulations contained within the aforesaid announcement.
>
>Deadline: September 30, 1999
>Contact: EUROMUSICAE-mail: euromusica@filippin.it
>Web site: http://www.euromusica.net
>
>**Ars Orchestralis 2000 -- CANCELED !
>
>The Ars Orchestralis Competition has been canceled.
>
>Deadline: October 1, 1999
>Contact: Simen Grankel
>E-mail: simen@bit20ensemble.no
>
>
>**Twenty-First Annual Young Composers' Competition
>
>The National Association of Composers/USA (NACUSA) is sponsoring its
>Twenty-First Annual Composers' Competition. The competition is open to
>all NACUSA members between the ages of 18 and 30.
>
>Deadline: October 30, 1999
>Contact: The National Association of Composers
>P.O. Box 49256
>Barrington Station
>Los Angeles, California 90049
>
>
>**Alexander S. Onassis Foundation Choreography and Composition Contest 2001
>
>The Foundation will award 3 prizes for exceptional choreographs and new
>music works totaling US$450,000 worldwide.
>
>Deadline: December 31, 1999
>Contact: Alexander S. Onassis Foundation
>Web site: http://www.onassis.gr
>
>**International New Chamber Opera Competition Orpheus 1999/2000
>
>The Teatro Lirico Sperimentale di Spoleto A.Belli announces the
>International New Chamber Opera Competition 1999/2000 Orpheus- IV
>edition. Luciano Berio is President of the Jury.
>
>Deadline: December 31, 1999
>Web site: http://www.caribusiness.it/lirico
>
>
>=============
>4. Jobs
>
>**Electronic Studio/Music Theory -- Part-time Visiting Lecturer
>
>Part-time Visiting lecturer position available within a newly redesigned
>music program at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. Duties
>include teaching electronic studio and theory courses as well as
>supervising and developing the music technology program.
>
>Deadline: June 15, 1999
>Contact: Dr. Eleanor Carlson, Chairperson
>Music Department
>University of Massachusetts Dartmouth
>285 Old Westport Road
>No. Dartmouth, MA 02747
>
>
>
>**Job Openings -- College of Santa Fe
>
>The Contemporary Music Program of the Performing Arts Department at The
>College of Santa Fe, in Santa Fe, seeks to fill three positions.
>
>Deadline: June 15, 1999
>Contact: Steven M. Miller, Director, Contemporary Music Program
>E-mail: cmp@csf.edu
>Web site: http://www.csf.edu/perfart/cmp/music.html
>
>**Job -- Murmur Music
>
>Murmur Music, a small but rapidly expanding music and post-production
>company located in downtown Manhattan, is looking for inventive and
>enthusiastic composers and sound designers to create music for
>television, radio, and film.
>
>Contact: Nathaniel Reichman
>E-mail: murmur@earthlink.net
>
>
>**Job Opportunity -- California Institute of the Arts
>
>The California Institute of the Arts, School of Music seeks composers of
>significant professional stature with teaching experience to fill two
>full-time positions in its Composition Program.
>
>Contact: David Rosenboom
>E-mail: david@music.calarts.edu
>Web site: http://music.calarts.edu
>
>**Pompeu Fabra University, Barcelona
>
>A range of positions will be open in the next four years for lecturers
>and researchers at an international level interested in the area of
>technological solutions to problems posed by new media content creation.
>
>Contact: Universitat Pompeu Fabra
>E-mail: eic@iua.upf.es
>Web site: http://www.iua.upf.es/eic
>
>
>=============
>5. Educational Opportunities
>
>**19th Summer Course for Young Composers
>
>The 19th Summer Course for Young Composers will take place from
>September 1-15, 1999, in Radziejowice, Poland. The course will feature
>lectures, composer seminars, workshops with performers, and concerts
>devoted to the main theme: Improvisation and Indeterminacy in Music.
>
>Deadline: June 30, 1999
>Contact: ISCM Polish Section
>E-mail: iscm_pl@ddg.art.pl
>
>
>**Les Ateliers UPIC 8-month curriculum
>
>Les Ateliers UPIC, in Paris, will offer an 8-month curriculum for
>university-level students in computer music and composition. The dates
>are October 4, 1999 - May 26, 2000.
>
>Deadline: July 2, 1999
>Contact: Gerard Pape
>E-mail: 100422.1771@compuserve.com
>
>
>**Classes at the Center for Art and Media Technology (ZKM)
>
>Participants will develop physical models to generate sounds and
>computer animations. The animations can later on be combined with scenes
>of "real" video created in the digital editing facilities of the ZKM.
>The course will be accompanied by lectures and lessons of artists and
>media scientists from the field of music, acoustic and visual communication.
>
>Deadline: July 30, 1999
>Contact: ZKM Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie
>E-mail: caro@zkm.de
>
>
>**13th International Composition Seminar -- Boswil, Switzerland
>
>The Foundation Artists' House Boswil invites applications for
>participation in the 13th International Composition Seminar which will
>take place from November 24-27, 1999 in Boswil, Switerland.
>
>Deadline: July 31, 1999
>Contact: Kunstlerhaus Boswil, CH-5623 Boswil
>E-mail: arts.boswil@spectraweb.ch
>
>
>**Accademia Musicale Chigiana
>
>The Accademia Musicale Chigiana announces master classes for young
>musicians from all over the world with internationally known
>instructors. Louis Andreissen and Franco Donatoni will be leading
>composition master classes during July.
>
>Contact: Alla Segreteria Dell'Accademia Musicale Chigiana
>
>Alla Segreteria Dell'Accademia Musicale Chigiana
>Via di Citt´, 89
>53100 Siena Italia
>
>
>
>**CCRMA Summer Workshops 1999
>
>The Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics (CCRMA) is
>offering four computer music/audio dsp workshops during the summer of
>1999.
>
>Contact: CCRMA Workshops
>E-mail: hmk@ccrma.stanford.edu
>Web site: http://www-ccrma.stanford.edu/CCRMA/Courses/SummerWorkshops/99/
>
>**Max/MSP Night School
>July 12-16, 1999
>
>This intensive week of evening classes features instruction in Max/MSP
>programming by its developer David Zicarelli and a cast of highly
>experienced Max/MSP programmers.
>
>Contact: CNMAT
>E-mail: richard@cnmat.berkeley.edu
>Web site: http://cnmat.CNMAT.Berkeley.EDU/Calendar/Max_MSP.html
>
>**MoUNTain Music Institute, CEMI Computer Music Workshop: Automated
>Music Composition
>
>Study platform-independent algorithmic composition with one of the
>leading experts in automated composition amidst the splendor of Crested
>Butte, Colorado.
>
>Contact: Jon Christopher Nelson, Director
>E-mail: jnelson@sndart.cemi.unt.edu
>Web site: http://www.music.unt.edu/CEMI/cb
>
>**MoUNTain Music Institute, CEMI Computer Music Workshop: Intensive Csound
>
>Study software synthesis, sound analysis/resynthesis techniques, and
>digital signal processing through learning Csound in beautiful Crested
>Butte, Colorado.
>
>Contact: Jon Christopher Nelson, Director
>E-mail: jnelson@sndart.cemi.unt.edu
>Web site: http://www.music.unt.edu/CEMI/cb
>
>**SuperCollider Night School at CNMAT
>
>This intensive week of evening classes features instruction in
>SuperCollider programming by its developer James McCartney and a cast of
>highly experienced SuperCollider programmers.
>
>Contact: Richard Andrews, Administrator
>E-mail: richard@cnmat.berkeley.edu
>
>
>
>=============
>6. Other Opportunities
>
>**U.S./Japan Creative Artists' Program
>
>The Japan/U.S. Friendship Commission and the National Endowment of the
>Arts announce the U.S./Japan Creative Artists' Program 6-month
>residencies in Tokyo and other cities in Japan.
>
>Deadline: June 28, 1999
>Contact: Japan-U.S. Friendship Commission
>E-mail: jusfc@compuserve.com
>Web site: http://www2.dgsys.com/~jusfc/
>
>**Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc.:
>Performing Ensembles Program
>
>The Aaron Copland Fund for Music, Inc. announces that it is now
>accepting applications for the Performing Ensembles Program.
>
>Deadline: June 30, 1999
>Contact: Lisa Kang, Grants Manager
>
>
>**Mary Flagler Cary Trust, 1999
>
>The Mary Flagler Cary Trust announces its 1999 program to assist in the
>commissioning of new music.
>
>Deadline: June 30, 1999
>Contact: Ms. Gayle Morgan
>E-mail: Gmorgan@carytrust.org
>
>
>**Bibliotheque Internationale de Musique Contemporaine (BIMC)
>
>The Bibliotheque Internationale de Musique Contemporaine (BIMC)
>announces a call for published and self-published scores for inclusion
>in the BIMC collection and to be listed in the next edition of the
>International Directories of Contemporary Music, published by the
>Contemporary Music International Information Service (CMIIS) in New York City.
>
>Deadline: July 1, 1999
>Contact: BMIC
>52, rue de lƒfHotel de Ville
>75004 Paris
>FRANCE
>
>
>**The Sonic Circuits VII Electronic Music Festival -- REVISED
>
>The Sonic Circuits VI Electronic Music Festival announces a call for
>works or acts which involve electronic technology.
>
>Deadline: July 1, 1999
>Contact: Philip Blackburn, ACF-SC
>E-mail: pblackburn@composersforum.org
>Web site: http://www.SonicCircuits.com
>
>**Call for Papers: Organised Sound
>
>Articles to be considered for publication in Volume 4/3, "Breaking the
>Boundaries," are now invited.
>
>Deadline: August 1, 1999
>Contact: The Editors, Organized Sound
>E-mail: os@cage.york.ac.uk
>Web site: http://www.cup.cam.ac.uk/Journals/JNLSCAT/oso/oso.html
>
>**1999 Composers Commissioning Program
>
>The Composers Commissioning Program (CCP), funded by the Jerome
>Foundation, supports the creation of new musical works by emerging
>composers, composer/performers, improvisers, and sound artists.
>
>Deadline: August 7, 1999
>Contact: Philip Blackburn, CCP
>E-mail: pblackburn@composersforum.org
>Web site: http://www.composersforum.org/noframe/deadline/ccp.html
>
>**Convergence: The Journal of Research into New Media Technologies *CALL
>FOR PAPERS*
>
>The Summer 2000 issue of Convergence (vol. 6, no. 2) will be a special
>issue on Synthesisers, Sound and Music.
>
>Deadline: October 30, 1999
>Contact: Philip Hayward
>E-mail: phayward@humanities.mq.edu.au
>Web site: http://www.luton.ac.uk/Convergence
>
>**Call for Electronic Scores -- NYU New Music and Dance Ensemble
>
>Electronic Scores should allow for improvisation and choreography.
>Musicians are electric and acoustic (non specified instruments preferred)
>
>Contact: Prof. Esther Lamneck
>E-mail: Esther.Lamneck@nyu.edu
>Web site: http://pages.nyu.edu/~el2
>
>
>**Call for music -- Sonar Map
>
>Christopher DeLaurenti, producer of the Sonar Map, is looking for
>challenging electro-acoustic music for broadcast on his radio program.
>
>Contact: Christopher DeLaurenti
>E-mail: foont@eskimo.com
>Web site: http://www.eskimo.com/~foont/sonar.htm
>
>**Call for Scores -- AVA
>
>AVA, a new contemporary music ensemble from Berlin announces a call for
>scores from solo pieces to sextet, including tape.
>
>Contact: Peter Koszeghy
>Weserstr. 14
>10247 Berlin Germany
>
>
>
>**Call for Submissions -- Arizona University Recordings
>
>Arizona University Recordings is seeking submissions for CD recordings.
>
>Contact: Arlette Dumont
>E-mail: AURec@AURec.com
>Web site: http://www.AURec.com
>
>**Call for Works -- Brave New Works
>
>Brave New Works seeks scores for possible performance.
>
>Contact: Chris Younghoon Kim
>E-mail: cyoungk@umich.edu
>Web site: http://www.umich.edu/~cyounk
>
>**Call for Works -- Choir and live electronics
>
>Contact for choral director interested in reviewing works for choir and
>live electronics.
>
>Contact: Dr. Rocky J. Reuter
>E-mail: rreuter@capital.edu
>
>
>**Call for Works -- Contemporary Chamber Players of Western Washington
>University
>
>The Contemporary Chamber Players at Western Washington University are
>seeking high quality music to perform.
>
>Contact: Roger Briggs
>E-mail: rbriggs@cc.wwu.edu
>Web site: http://www.ac.wwu.edu/~rbriggs/index.html
>
>**Call for Works -- New Music Radio Show on KTPB
>
>Dr. Stephen Lias, Director of The Center for the Promotion of
>Contemporary Composers, has been asked to produce an ongoing radio
>program devoted to contemporary music.
>
>Contact: Dr. Stephen Lias
>E-mail: slias@under.org
>
>
>**Call for Works -- Septima Practica
>
>Septima Practica announces a call for scores from trios to nonets for
>performance. Works including tape, improvisation, dance, theatre, video,
>and other arts are also welcomed.
>
>Contact: Septima Practica
>E-mail: practic7@cvtci.com.ar
>
>
>**Call for Works -- WMBC, Baltimore, MD
>
>WMBC invites artists and experimental musicians to submit sound works to
>be considered for RealAudio broadcast.
>
>Contact: Steve Bradley
>E-mail: sbradley@umbc.edu
>Web site: http://wmbc.umbc.edu/
>
>**Seeking Musical Donations -- Moebius Ensemble
>
>The Moebius Ensemble seeks performing materials (scores and parts) to
>donate to conservatories and libraries in Eastern Europe, where, because
>of economic hardships, performers have little access to American music.
>
>Contact: European Project
>The Moebius Ensemble
>25 Claremont Ave., Suite 4B
>New York NY 10027-6802
>
>
>
>**Vienna Modern Masters' Fourth International Festival of New Music for
>Orchestra
>
>All participating composers receive, in addition to performance,
>recording, production, release, and distribution of their music, five
>copies of the finished CD for every minute of their music appearing on it.
>
>Contact: Clyde Smith
>E-mail: vmmsmith@ping.at
>Web site: http://www.xs4all.nl/~gdv/vmm
>
>
>===========================
>
>This report is a joint project of the Society for Electro-Acoustic Music
>in the United States and Electronic Music Foundation. You are receiving
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