Call for Submissions: inner sOUndscapes|Clarinet

May 18, 2016 in All Opportunities, Composers, electroacoustic by mwhiteside

inner sOUndscapes is a concert series dedicated to electroacoustic music, organized by the computer music studio of the University of Oklahoma, School of Music. For its Fall 2016 edition, inner sOUndscapes is teaming with the Clarinet studio of Dr. Suzanne Tirk to produce a concert featuring recent works for clarinet and live electronics. We accept anonymous submissions for works for solo A, B  flat, or bass clarinet, accompanied by live electronics or fixed media. New works that have not been premiered are particularly welcomed! The selected works will be performed by graduate students during the inner sOUndscapes concert at the University of Oklahoma, School of Music in November 18th 2016.

Submission rules:

1. Composers of any age and nationality are invited to submit any number of works.

2. The submission materials (score and audio file) must be anonymous.

3. The duration of the submitted works should not exceed 10 minutes.

4. Submission deadline: August 15th 2016.

Submission guidelines:

1. Create a folder with the following materials:

a.     A PDF file containing the composer’s bio (up to 100 words), program notes (up to 100 words), contact info.

b.     An anonymous score of the work (PDF), along with technical requirements.

c.      A stereo MP3 file of the work containing both oboe and electronic parts. Multi-channel works (up to 4.1) will be considered, but submit a stereo reduction for adjudication purposes.

2. Compress the folder in zip format.

3. Name the compressed file with the composer’s last name and title of the piece.

4. Upload the compressed file to a file sharing website (i.e. Wetransfer, Hightail, Dropbox, etc) and send the link to somit@ou.edu.

The composers of the selected works will be notified in early September by email and will be asked to submit performance materials (patches, uncompressed audio files, click tracks, diffusion schemes, etc). For questions, contact Konstantinos Karathanasis at karathanasis@ou.edu.