Young Composers Project

BEIJING MODERN SYMPHONY COMPOSITION GRAND PRIX

the 4th Young Composers Project

 Time:2014-12-19

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Beijing Modern Music Festival will organize Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix for the 4th Young Composers Projects in May of 2013.

The Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix encourages developing music creators during the earliest stages of their careers. The Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix is open to all nationality citizens and residents. 

The original symphony works with length between 12 and 18 minutes will be considered.

The cash prize is awarded to composer who are under age 40 (born after May 25,1973).

Name of Award: Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix

Award Item: Six works will be selected and one work will be awarded the honor of Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix.

Award: The final winner will be awarded RMB100,000 in the honor of Beijing Modern Symphony Composition Grand Prix.

Beijing Modern Music Festival Committee will provide the hotel rooms and the round economic air tickets for the composers of six selected works.

Procedures: The Beijing Modern Music Festival Committee will invite three prestigious international composers as the panel of the 4th Young Composers Projects, the panel will choose six original composition work from all applications.

The Beijing Modern Music Festival Committee will invite the well-known Chinese Orchestra and conductor to perform the 6 original composition works selected by the panel of Young Composers Projects. The panel of Young Composers Projects will announce the final winner after the lived performance.

The panel of Young Composers Projects includes J?rg Widmann (German), Kaija Saariaho (Finland) and Krzysztof Penderecki (Poland).

The deadline of the submission: the application materials must be postmarked no later than March 1, 2013 and should be sent to Beijing Modern Music Festival Committee, Room 408, Office Building, 43 Baojia Street, Xicheng District, Beijing 100031, China.

 

(The detailed information please reference to the Regulations of 2013 Yong Composers Project)