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IN COLLABORATION WITH CODARTS ROTTERDAM EN THE ROYAL CONSERVATOIRE THE HAGUE
Join our contest to win a collaboration with Codarts and the Royal Conservatoire and €500!
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Sound Trip World’s goal is to unite musicians and artists from all over the world. This year, the Sound Trip World Awards are all about bridging the gap between electronic and classical music, a collaboration between producers and orchestras. Everybody is welcome, from the beginning Ableton user to the experienced hip-hop artist. It’s not about your education, but about what you can do!
HOW DOES IT WORK?
You’ll create an electronic composition that’s 7 minutes long. This will be the connection between two existing classical works. In short: we start with a classical piece, your work follows, and the end is another classical piece. What you make is up to you! You’ll receive the recordings of these classical pieces, along with the sheet music and a video. You can use these guidelines if you need some inspiration, but you’re completely free in what you want to make!
You can register on this website. After you do, you’ll receive all the information you need to get to work. The deadline for submitting your composition is January 19th, 2020. Out of all the registrations, ten nominees will come forward. The award show is on January 31st, 2020. All of the contestants are more than welcome! The work of the ten nominees will be showcased, after this, there will be time to have a drink with your potential future colleagues!
WHAT CAN I WIN?
You’ll go home with the one and only Sound Trip World Award, and can invest your earned prize money into a new gear, a ticket to your favorite artist, or into your own talent, of course.
- 1st prize €500
- 2nd prize €300
- 3rd prize €100
The three winners will perform with a symphonic wind orchestra specially formed for this unique concert, which will be held in the theatre of the Royal Conservatoire. This grand collaboration between you and two of the best conservatories in the country is on March 20th, 2020. Before the event, you have a work session with jury member Carlo Balemans, who will make sure your composition comes into its own.
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