SoundImageSound 9 Call for Works

January 31 – February 1, 2013

Conservatory of Music, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California

Submission Deadline – Monday, December 3, 2012

After spending the last year in Japan, SoundImageSound returns for its 9th season featuring the creative work of artists who bridge sound and visual image in an experience of multi/inter-media.

Following on the success of SoundImageSound 8, this year’s festival will again present concerts of both fixed media works – computer sound and projected video; and performance pieces – live acoustic instruments and/or computer with visual media.

Special performances will include:

~ Works from CALF – independent animators from Japan

~ The premiere of a work for saxophones and computer featuring animation by Celia Eid

Works may be submitted in one of two categories -

~ Fixed Media: Video with multi-channel audio – multiple screens.

~ Live Performance: Video with live acoustic instruments and/or computer music.

Instruments available for performance consideration include violin, flute, bassoon, saxophone, and piano. Solo works are preferred. Composers wishing to submit pieces for other instruments or live laptop performance must supply their own performers. All submitted works must in some way include visual elements.

For complete submission information go to: http://go.pacific.edu/conservatory/SoundImageSound

Questions: rcoburn (at) pacific (dot) edu

January 31 – February 1, 2013
Conservatory of Music, University of the Pacific, Stockton, California
Submission Deadline (Arrival date) – Monday, December 3, 2012
After spending the last year in Japan, SoundImageSound returns for its 9th season featuring the
creative work of artists who bridge sound and visual image in an experience of multi/inter-media.
Following on the success of SoundImageSound 8, this year’s festival will again present concerts of
both fixed media works – computer sound and projected video; and performance pieces – live
acoustic instruments and/or computer with visual media.
Special performances will include:
~ Works from CALF – independent animators from Japan
~ The premiere of a work for saxophones and computer featuring animation by Celia Eid
Works may be submitted in one of two categories -
~ Fixed Media: Video with multi-channel audio – multiple screens.
~ Live Performance: Video with live acoustic instruments and/or computer music.
Instruments available for performance consideration include violin, flute, bassoon,
saxophone, and piano.
Solo works are preferred.
Composers wishing to submit pieces for other instruments or live laptop performance must supply
their own performers.
All submitted works must in some way include visual elements.
For complete submission information go to:
http://go.pacific.edu/conservatory/SoundImageSound
Questions: rcoburn@pacific.edu
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