Red Note - Noisy Nights Hybrid (2nd ed.)

Deadline: 26 Nov 2020


To wrap up the year, Noisy Nights come back for another hybrid edition to be premiered online on our YouTube channel on Friday 18th December with these outstanding musicians: Tom Hunter – Percussion, Jackie Shave – Violin, and Robert Irvine – Cello.

Noisy Nights provide an outlet to hear emerging new musical ideas and voices in our new social distanced reality.

If you are an emerging, student or amateur composer (18+), this call is for you.

We are looking for 5-min long scores for Marimba (4.3 octave)*, Violin and Cello. Submissions could be seasonally informed. Please note the scores should not include electronics or any pre-recorded parts and consider that concerts are rehearsed and performed in a short timeframe.

Full score and parts in pdf format to be submitted to Rocio Leza ( by 5pm (GMT) on Thursday 26 November. Late submissions will not be considered.

*Check Tom Hunter's brief guide on writing for marimba on our website

Please help us spread the word by sharing this call with your friends and contacts.

Red Note is a PRS Foundation Talent Development Partner.

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