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New Music Incubator – Call for Participants

New Music Incubator Konstancin is a project that brings together professional new music practitioners (musicians, composers, improvisers, electronic music artists, sound artists, etc.) from different EU countries for a period of collaborative creative research. It is aimed at professional artists who collectively employ a range of approaches to music and sound production including improvisation, composition and sound art, as well as classical and non-classical performers and composers.

The New Music Incubator thus promotes mutual professional development, skill sharing and the development of strong networks for future projects.

The New Music Incubator Konstancin is organised in 2 phases:

Phase I will take place in Konstancin (near Warsaw) from 18-23 September 2017. For three days, 20 selected new music practitioners from various EU countries will create music together. On 22 September 2017, the groups will perform a public concert as a fringe event at the Warsaw Autumn festival.

Phase II will take place for three days in Brussels in February 2018. The participants meet again in Brussels to re-develop, rehearse and perform some of the works for a public concert at Q-O2.

Call for participants is now open. Deadline is 15 August 2017 (23:59).

For more information, please see here.

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