2020 ACL 국제음악제, 뉴질랜드

작품공모 안내

 

 

‘The Asian Composers League Festival 2020’이 2020년 4월 28일부터 5월 2일까지 뉴질랜드 크라이스트처치 (Christchurch)에서 개최됩니다. (사) ACL-Korea 회원들의 많은 참여 바랍니다. 

 

 

공모대상: ACL-KOREA 회원(최근 3년간 회비완납자, 미납자의 경우 완납 후 공모지원가능)

연주일시: 2020년 4월 28일- 5월 2일

장소: 뉴질랜드 크라이스트처치

작품마감: 2019년 8월 25일

제출방법: 이메일( info@aclkorea.org)

 

(사) ACL-Korea에서는 공모작품을 취합 후 2020 ACL 국제음악제로 악보발송 예정입니다. 

 

 

ACL 젊은 작곡가 공모부문은 9월 초에 될 예정입니다. 

 

마감기한 이후에 도착한 작품 혹은 ACL 회원의 작품이 아닌 경우 공모할 수 없습니다.

The ACL Festival 2020과 더불어 2020 ISCM New Music Days가 2020년 4월 21일 뉴질랜드 오클랜드에서 열립니다. The ACL Festival에 참여하는 작곡가들은 ISCM New Music Day(iscm2020.nz.)에도 함께 참여해주시길 바랍니다. 

 

공통사항

-작품길이는12분 이내이며 2012년 이후에 쓰여진 작품에 우선권이 주어집니다. 

-작곡가 한 명당 하나의 작품만 제출할 수 있습니다.

-작품공모 카테고리 4, 5 및 8에 한하여 주어진 편성 외에 전통 악기 연주자 또는 가창자를 추가로 편성할 수 있으나 추가 편성에 대한 비용은 작곡가 개인이 부담합니다. 이 경우 연주자의 성명 및 연락처를 작품과 함께 제출해야 하며 연주 당일 출연여부에 대해 사전동의가 필요합니다. 

-작품 공모 시, 작곡가는 ACL 연주를 위하여 선정된 작품이 녹음, 방송 및 웹사이트에서 스트리밍 될 수 있으며 이에 대하여 ACL과 음악제 주최측에 추가 재정적 책임이 없음을 동의합니다.  

 

 

제출자료

-작곡가 정보: 성명, 생년월일, 집주소, 성별, 연락처 및 이메일 주소, 웹사이트 주소(선택사항)

-작품 정보: 작품명, 출품 카데고리 번호, 작품길이, 작곡년도, 초연여부

-PDF 버전의 악보 (악보가 기록되어 있지 않은 경우엔 오디오 혹은 비디오 파일)

-가능한 경우 음원 혹은 영상 제공

-100자 이내의 영문 프로그램 노트

-연주에 필요한 추가 장비사항 기재

-100자 이내의 영문 작곡가 소개

-고화질 작곡가 프로필 사진

 

 

 

 

 

 

작품 카테고리

 

1. Solo

Solo works for piano, violin or viola (1 performer), or percussion (1 performer) - glockenspiel, vibraphone, pr bongos, suspended cymbal, large tam-tam, kick drum, concert bass drum, triangle, woodblock, cowbell and auxiliary percussion or found objects that would fit on a trap table. 

 

2. Duo

Works for violin or viola (1 performer) and percussion (1 performer) - glockenspiel, vibraphone, pr bongos, suspended cymbal, large tam-tam, kick drum, concert bass drum, triangle, woodblock, cowbell and auxiliary percussion or found objects that would fit on a trap table.

 

Works for violin or viola (1 performer) and piano.

 

3. Taonga Puoro (마오리 전통악기)

Taonga puoro soloist, with/without flute/piccolo soloist (Information sheet available)

 

4. Piano Trio

Violin, cello, piano.

 

5. String Quartet

2 Violins, viola, cello.

 

6. Chamber Music

Works for 3–10 players, instruments drawn from the following list: flute(piccolo, alto), clarinet(bass clarinet), saxophone(soprano, alto, tenor), trumpet, trombone, percussion (1 performer), piano, violin, cello, double bass.

 

7. Orchestra

3 fl (II=picc, III=picc,afl). 3ob (III=corA). 3cl (III=bcl). 3 bn (III=cbn). - 4hn. 3 tpt. 2tbn. 1 btbn. 1 tuba - 3 perc. 1 timp. 1 hp 1 pno - strings (10/8/6/6/5).

 

8. Electroacoustic

Electroacoustic music for fixed media or live electronics, with up to 16 channels, in a surround-sound arrangement of two 8-speaker rings. 

 

9. Audiovisual and Installation Works

 

갤러리 및 전시 (비 연주회 프리젠테이션) 지원 안내

일부 설치물은 실외에 배치될 수 있음 

음악 생태계의 주제와 연관성 있는 작품 선호

아티스트 CV (최대 2 페이지), pdf버전의 작업 설명서 (최대 500 단어), 장비 및 설치 자료 목록, 온라인 지원 자료 (2가지 작업 예제) 제출

선발된 후보들에게는 추후 추가자료 요청 예정

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ARTISTIC TEAM

 

Glenda Keam (Festival Director, and President of the ISCM) 

Samuel Holloway (Associate Director – Artistic)

Chris Gendall (CANZ President, and ExCom member of the ACL) 

 

문의: acl@iscm2020.nz 

 

 

 

 

Asian Composers League Festival 2020

Christchurch, New Zealand

April 28 – May 2, 2020

CALL FOR WORKS

 

We are pleased to announce the official Call for Works for the Asian Composers League Festival 2020. Member organisations are invited to submit scores/projects for the festival, taking place in Christchurch from April 28 – May 2, 2020. For detailed information about the Call for Works, see iscm2020.nz/acl-2020

 

Member and Associate Member organizations should email their submissions to acl@iscm2020.nz no later than August 31, 2019. Late submissions will not be considered. Submissions will only be accepted from ACL Members and Associate Members. Individual submissions will not be considered.

 

PLEASE NOTE: A separate call for the ACL Young Composers Competition will be issued in early September.

 

The 2020 ACL Festival will overlap with the International Society for Contemporary Music (ISCM) World New Music Days, which begins in Auckland on 21 April 2020. Composers wishing to attend the ACL Festival are encouraged to also attend the ISCM World New Music Days: iscm2020.nz.

 

IN GENERAL

 

Priority will be given to works shorter than 12 minutes in duration, and to works written since 2012. Only one work per composer may be submitted.

 

The composer may offer to supply traditional instrumentalists/vocalists as additional elements in works submitted for categories 4, 5 and 8, however any such supplementation must be at the composer’s own cost. In such case, the name and contact details of the performer must be supplied at the time of submission, and their availability for performance in the festival already agreed.

 

By submitting works to this Call, composers are agreeing that if their work is selected for performance/presentation then they grant automatic permission for the ACL performance/presentation of their work to be recorded, broadcast, and streamed from the website without additional financial liability to the ACL or the Festival Organizers. 

 

INFORMATION REQUIRED for each Work to be submitted is:

The composer’s personal and contact information: Given names; Family name; Name as it should appear in the programme; Date of birth; full Mailing address; Gender; Phone no.; email address; website (if applicable).

Work information: Title; Submission Category; Accurate duration; Year of composition; Statement of whether the work has been previously performed.

The score (.pdf document preferred), or audio/video documentation if the work does not have a written score - as described in the Work Categories.

An audio or video recording of the work (if available).

Programme notes for the submitted work in English (maximum 100 words).

Technical rider specifying all equipment necessary to perform the work.

Short biography of the composer in English (maximum 100 words).

High-resolution digital photograph of the composer.

WORK CATEGORIES

 

1. Solos

Solo works for piano, violin or viola (1 performer), or percussion (1 performer) - glockenspiel, vibraphone, pr bongos, suspended cymbal, large tam-tam, kick drum, concert bass drum, triangle, woodblock, cowbell and auxiliary percussion or found objects that would fit on a trap table. 

 

2. Duos

Works for violin or viola (1 performer) and percussion (1 performer) - glockenspiel, vibraphone, pr bongos, suspended cymbal, large tam-tam, kick drum, concert bass drum, triangle, woodblock, cowbell and auxiliary percussion or found objects that would fit on a trap table.

 

Works for violin or viola (1 performer) and piano.

 

3. Taonga Puoro

Taonga puoro soloist, with/without flute/piccolo soloist (information sheet available).

 

4. Piano Trio

Violin, cello, piano.

 

5. String Quartet

2 Violins, viola, cello.

 

6. Chamber Ensemble

Works for 3–10 players, instruments drawn from the following list: flute(piccolo, alto), clarinet(bass clarinet), saxophone(soprano, alto, tenor), trumpet, trombone, percussion (1 performer), piano, violin, cello, double bass.

 

7. Orchestra

3 fl (II=picc, III=picc,afl). 3ob (III=corA). 3cl (III=bcl). 3 bn (III=cbn). - 4hn. 3 tpt. 2tbn. 1 btbn. 1 tuba - 3 perc. 1 timp. 1 hp 1 pno - strings (10/8/6/6/5).

 

 

 

8. Electroacoustic

Electroacoustic music for fixed media or live electronics, with up to 16 channels, in a surround-sound arrangement of two 8-speaker rings. 

 

9. Audiovisual and Installation Works

For gallery/exhibition presentation (i.e. non-concert presentation). Some installations may be positioned in an outdoor environment. Preference will be given to works that bear some relationship to the theme of Music Ecosystems. 

 

Please submit an artist CV in English (up to 2 pages), .pdf description of the work (500 word max), a list of equipment and installation materials, and online support material (2 examples of work). Short-listed applicants will be contacted for additional materials.

 

 

ARTISTIC TEAM

 

Glenda Keam (Festival Director, and President of the ISCM) 

Samuel Holloway (Associate Director – Artistic)

Chris Gendall (CANZ President, and ExCom member of the ACL) 

 

CONTACT

acl@iscm2020.nz 

 

 

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Taonga Pūoro Resources for Composers 

 

Master of ngā taonga pūoro Matua Richard Nunns explaing and playing his collection of ngā taonga pūoro. 

Alistair Fraser plays similar taonga pūoro as demonstrated by Richard Nunns here. 

https://www.radionz.co.nz/collections/hearapuoro 

Exisiting Repertoire for Ngā Taonga Pūoro and Western Flutes 

HineRaukatauri by Gillian Whitehead
Performed by Bridget Douglas and Alistair Fraser https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=ZwRhohApAWY 

Te Hau o Tawhirimatea by Phillip Brownlee Performed by Bridget Douglas and Richard Nunns https://www.sounz.org.nz/resources/19161 

Reading Materials 

He Ara Puoro by Richard Nunns 

https://www.sounz.org.nz/resources/1184 

Taonga Pūoro - Singing Treasures by Brian Flintoff 

https://www.sounz.org.nz/resources/205 

Scoring Styles and Performance Notes for Ngā Taonga Pūoro 

Alistair has some experience with reading scores, however many performers of ngā taonga pūoro do not. Improvisation is utilised heavily when performing ngā taonga pūoro compositions. Avoid heavily notated parts for ngā taonga pūoro. Visual scores and an indication of the desired tonal centre for the taonga pūoro part is strongly encouraged along with written instructions. Rhythmic parts are best approached in the same way. Score for Western Flutes as per usual. 

Albums with Alistair Fraser's ngā taonga pūoro
Ponguru - Alistair Fraser and Phil Boniface's duo album for ngā taonga pūoro and double bass 

https://rattle-records.bandcamp.com/album/ponguru 

Toitū Te Pūoro - Alistair Fraser's solo album with ngā taonga pūoro. https://rattle-records.bandcamp.com/album/toitu-te-pu-oro 

Alistair's album notes explaining which taonga pūoro are utilised in his solo album Toitū Te Pūoro.