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The Florence Price Commission Competition In the summer of 2020, in response to a generous gift from long time singer, patron, and former Board Chair Diane Kresh, the WMC board approved the creation of the annual Florence Price Commission Competition, offering a $5,000.00 commission to promote and celebrate Black Americans’ contributions to the field of choral music. The competition is named after the first African American woman to be nationally recognized as a symphonic composer. In its inaugural year (2022) the Price competition welcomes applications from all Black trans women, Black cis women, and Black non-binary people that are early-to mid-career American composers. The competition will open to all early- to mid-career Black American composers in odd-numbered years. The first public Call for Scores is scheduled for January 14th, 2022 and will be open until Florence Price’s birthday, April 9th, 2022. To apply or find more information, please visit our website – https://www.washingtonmasterchorale.org/florence-m-price-commission-competition/ Reader Interactions