Jury of the 2023 edition: Francis Dhomont, Natasha Barrett, Miguel Azguime
The works submitted for the competition shall be electroacoustic pieces, composed and recorded in studio. They are to be projected only by loudspeakers in concert, without any intervention of live performers besides the sound projectionist. They may include a maximum of eight channels and should have a duration between five and fifteen minutes.
The competition is open to composers of any nationality and age, each of whom may submit only one work, which has not been commercially published (including on-line commercial editions) or awarded a prize in any other national or international competition. Any previous Musica Viva prize-winning composer will not be allowed to submit a work during the two years following the prize award.
The deadline for submissions is 12 pm GMT time, March 31, 2023. Applications sent after the deadline will not be considered valid.
Prize: the jury will award 1 work with a 750€ prize and the work will be performed in concert by the Miso Music Loudspeakers Orchestra at the next edition of the Musica Viva Festival.
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