Call Out opens: Wednesday 12th February 2020
Submissions close: 9pm AEDT Monday 2nd March 2020
2020 Mentorship participants
Announced week of 2nd March 2020
Working drafts to be submitted to performers no later than 8th June 2020
Duration of Work: 7 – 10 minutes
Any combination of the following.
Piano, Percussion, Violin or Viola, Cello and Stereo Playback.
Technical support provided – Microphones for all instruments, Stereo PA, access to assistance with technical setup and Decibel Scoreplayer app for iPad where required.
Schedule: July 9 – 17 2020
Workshop period with all mentors and mentees online
Concert 1 – Perth
Concert 2 – Brisbane
Concert 3 – Melbourne
Concert 4 – Sydney
Concert 5 – Adelaide
How to Apply
Mentees should apply via the Google Form: https://forms.gle/4hn8Rbf1X6GfG6cH6
Please include the following
- A written statement (no more than 2 A4 pages) outlining why they wish to undertake the mentorship and what they expect to gain from their involvement
- A one-page composers CV
- Links to two examples of extant work online: score and recording if possible
Submissions will be considered by the mentoring panel chaired by a staff member from Tura, using the following criteria:
- Quality of the application (thoughtful, clear articulation of ideas)
- Quality of previous work (original, creative, clear communication of musical ideas)
- Suitability of the proposal to the ensembles featured (instrumentation, aesthetic)
- Suitability of the mentee to the mentors
Whilst all mentors will discuss each application, mentors for each state will abstain from voting on their state mentee.
Submissions to be received no later than 9pm AEDT Monday 2nd March 2020.
Soundstream, APRA AMCOS, Queensland Conservatorium, Griffith University,
Sydney Conservatorium of Music, Monash University, Decibel New Music Ensemble, Clocked Out, University of Adelaide, Australian Music Centre, Chamber Music Adelaide,
Government Project Funding
Soundstream have been funded for this project by The Australian Government through the Australia Council, its arts funding advisory body.