The Alpine Fellowship Music Prize 2024 (£3,000 Cash Prize)

Opportunity Detail

  • Language Requirement Not required
  • Gender MaleFemale
  • Level Non-Degree /Short program
  • Eligible Region/Countries

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  • Medium of Instruction English
  • Opportunity ID 77593
  • Duration Sat 6th - Tue 9th July 2024

Opportunity Description

The Alpine Fellowship Foundation is a non-profit organization that supports, commissions, and showcases playwrights, researchers, artists, and authors. The prizes evaluate hundreds of submissions from competitors all over the world and provide financial aid in the form of grants, mentorship, performances, and exhibitions of the work of young, talented playwrights, researchers, artists, and authors. They also partner with other academic and cultural institutions to commission new artwork, promote interdisciplinary study, and advance the humanities.

The Alpine Fellowship Foundation awarded the Music Prize! The award is offered for developing the best play based on the Alpine Fellowship’s 2024 subject of Language. The Theatre Prize winner will receive funds to help compose their planned play, while the runners-up will receive grants to cover their travel expenses to their symposium in 2024.

Brief Details

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Benefits:

  • They are pleased to offer a £3,000 cash prize to the author of a brand-new work that addresses their theme—”Language” in 2024—in response.
  • In addition, they will extend an invitation to the winners to participate in their yearly symposia as performers and will provide up to £500 in travel reimbursement. During the conference, lodging and meals are also included.
  • The symposium will be held in Tuscany, Italy on Saturday, July 6-Tuesday, July 9, 2024.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Accepting people of all nationalities.
  • When submitting, applicants must be at least eighteen years old or above.
  • Those who can compose and perform new music are the target audience for this prize.
  • This award is given to the composer of a brand-new song that addresses there theme (Language).
  • The composition may be an instrument, a written song, or an instrumental work in any style, genre, or configuration.
  • There is no minimum or maximum length requirement for pieces; they should be no longer than thirty minutes.
  • The composition must be able to be played live during their symposium, and the prize recipient must be able to perform it.
  • Multiple writers and performers may submit applications; however, prize money will be divided among the victors (a writing team, for instance, may anticipate £1,500 each).
  • Their venue has limited technical equipment and amplification, therefore an acoustic performance is recommended.
  • Candidates must pledge to come to their symposium.
  • Please make sure that your name does not appear anywhere on the documents you submit because the judging process is anonymous.
  • The judgments made by the judges are final, and no discussions will be held after the outcome.

Documents Requirment:

  • A succinct synopsis of your musical background or resume.
  • A video of you performing the selected song (Don’t worry about the quality of the production; all they’re looking for is an idea of your skills and style.)
  • The song text, sheet music, or any additional written auxiliary material.
  • A succinct explanation of how your work addresses their theme.
  • A succinct description of the performance of your piece during their symposium, including the amount of musicians and any technological needs.

Note: Song lyrics and other audio files may be in other languages, but the application materials themselves must be in English.

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For further details about The Alpine Fellowship Music Prize, please visit the The Alpine Fellowship Foundation’s official website,

 

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