The Ngiht With... Call or Scores - Violin and Electronics

Deadline: 22 Mar 2021


The Night With… announces its fourth call for scores for emerging composers for works for Emma Lloyd to be performed at The Night With… Emma Lloyd concerts in 2021. The concert will also include works by Egidija Medeksaite and Émilie Girard-Charest.

From the initial submissions up to five works will be chosen for a workshop with Emma Lloyd. The workshop will be held online. Fewer may be selected at the discretion of the judges. One of the five works will be chosen to feature in The Night With… concerts and may be recorded for release on The Night With… Live Vol. Two (you can listen to The Night With… Live Vol. One here). This call for scores is as much about finding and developing interesting new music and composers as finding a new work that will fit within the programme.

Scores will be assessed entirely anonymously and The Night With…, as an inclusive organisation based in Scotland, particularly welcomes applications from emerging female and non-binary composers.

Works are ideally for violin and electronics however solo violin works will be accepted.

Submissions can be between 5 and 10 minutes long.

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Call for Scores
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