Tesselat featuring Phoebe Robertson 2019

Call for scores

Timeline

Submission period

Mon Oct 28 at 7:54 AM UTC

End of submission period

Sat Nov 2 at 3:59 AM UTC

Results date

Fri Nov 15 at 5 PM UTC
Tesselat Composers Collective aims to collaborate with local musicians and composers throughout the world, and to deliver quality new music to a diverse audience.

As part of this goal, we are thrilled to announce a Call for Scores for Solo Flute. This call for scores is open to all composers.

The selected composer will receive a performance of their work by New York City based flutist Phoebe Robertson at Kresge Theatre, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh). The composer will also receive a high-quality recording of the performance.

While not absolutely required, the selected composer is strongly encouraged to attend the concert.

Deadline:
Please send the PDF score(s) and other materials to Tesselat (info@tesselat.com) no later than November 1, 2019.

Submission Fees:
Free

Guidelines:

1. All composers are welcomed to submit their works.
2. Composers may submit up to two scores. The works may have been performed in the past, but they may not have been published.
3. Works must be for solo flute.
4. Preparations on the flute is not permitted.
5. Electronics are not permitted.
6. Works should not exceed six (6) minutes.
7. Works must have been written after 2013.
8. The selected composer is strongly encouraged to attend the concert.
9. Tesselat retains the right to not select a winner.

Performance Details:
One to two winner(s) will be announced on November 15, 2019.
The performance will take place at Kresge Theatre, 5000 Forbes Ave, Pittsburgh, PA 15213.

To Apply:

Please send the following materials to info@tesselat.com before November 1, 2019.
All materials received after the date will be disqualified.
1. One (1) or two (2) PDF scores of solo flute works, under six minutes.
2. One (1) PDF file containing a brief biography (300 words or less), telephone number, email, and program notes.
3. A recording in MP3 format is encouraged but not necessary.


The center of gravity for concert music of the 21st Century is becoming more fluid. New talents are beginning to be recognized not just in the Western hemisphere, but all around the world. Rapid globalization has made it easier than ever to collaborate with artists on the other side of our globe. However, there still exists linguistic, cultural, and technical barriers.
Tesselat is committed to the organization, promotion, and production of new music concerts around the world, with each concert performed by a renowned local ensemble / musician. Our Call for Scores is intended for us to engage with the young, emerging composers of the concert region.
Tesselat was founded by Jean-Patrick Besingrand and Chatori Shimizu in 2018. The newly formed composers’ collective aims to promote diverse styles in the music of today. We are proud to have composers from eight different countries, currently based in nine different cities across Asia, Europe, and North America.

Tesselat web pages:
http://tesselat.com/