Deadline: May 1, 2010
Deadline type: receipt
Entry fee: none
Open to: no restrictions
KcEMA is currently accepting submissions for its 2010-11 concert season. KcEMA will present three to six concerts during the 2010-11 season in non-traditional venues that will feature compositions selected from this call for works. For consideration, applicants must complete an online submission form available at http://www.kcema.net/submit.html. Further submission guidelines are available upon completion of the online submission form. You are given the option of submitting materials by mail, but we much prefer to review work online. While there is no limit to the number of submissions per individual, KcEMA’s artistic committee will spend no longer than 10 minutes reviewing the work of an individual during the initial review process.
Categories for submission:
1) 1-4 instruments (excluding piano) and fixed media-audio and/or video (up to eight channels)
2) 1-4 instruments (excluding piano) and live electronics-audio and/or video. Pieces that utilize Max 4 or 5, and pieces that utilize shareware will be considered (up to eight channels)
3) Fixed media—audio and/or video (up to eight channels)
4) Live Laptop/Interactive works. Pieces that utilize Max 4 or 5, and pieces that utilize shareware will be considered. (up to eight channels)
5) Sound Installations and Interactive Media (submitter to provide all non-standard equipment)
Preferences: KcEMA has a preference for works with a visual element or live instrument. However, we typically program at least one fixed media-audio work per concert.
Attendance: Attendance at the event is not required.
Notification: You will only by contacted if more information about your work is required or if KcEMA programs your work during the 2010-11 concert season. You will not be notified if your work is not selected for performance. If submitting materials by mail, your materials will not be returned.
Licensing: KcEMA will not rent parts or pay any fees directly to an individual. We will provide each composer with a PDF of the program that he or she can submit to ASCAP or BMI.
Questions: Please email questions to email@example.com
About KcEMA: The Kansas City Electronic Music and Arts Alliance was founded in 2007 to encourage and develop understanding and appreciation of electronic music and to create an expansive sense of community for electronic musicians and other artists in the Kansas City Area. KcEMA organizes concerts of electronic music and collaborative projects with generative and performing artists. KcEMA provides a forum for electronic musicians and artists in other media to collaborate, exchange ideas, and grow as an interactive, supportive community.