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Young composers of the U.S. and Canada, The Capital Hearings 2022 Young Composers Competition is LIVE! We are welcoming submission of compositions for mixed, unaccompanied vocal ensemble of 12 to 14 voices. This year, our 8th Annual Young Composers Competition is eager to hear your thoughts on how Light of any kind interacts with your world. If you feel like you have something to say–or find that something you’ve already written might speak to us–we’d love to hear it! All U.S. & Canadian residents age 18-40 are welcome to submit a 2-5 minute original composition (arranged for mixed, unaccompanied choir) related to this theme, and we especially welcome submissions from unique or underrepresented perspectives – and in unique or underrepresented styles. More information on the theme, guidelines for submissions, and submission instructions can be found at this link: https://www.thecapitalhearings.com/competition/ Submissions are due by June 15, 2022, and a prize of $1,000 will be awarded to the winner. All applicants will be notified of the final decision by July 15, 2022. Please direct any questions to email@example.com.
Youth Composition Competition for ages 10 through 19 (still in high school) Registration, Judges, rules and prizes listed HERE This is our ninth year. We are growing and have new judges this year. Register now, then Submit Score and MP-4 by February 14, 2022. Send to Becky@MusicTeacherGifts.com Questions welcome. We have new enthusiastic judges this year. Get positive constructive feedback from professional judges.
Hey, I have been somewhat inactive for a while and decided to get on the forum again and review a couple of piano works. After I got done I noticed a notification saying I had a radio credit. Could someone explain to me how this works because I did not see a place to upload any mp3 files or whatnot? Does it just take one of my compositions that has already been uploaded to the site? Glad we have a radio on here! I'll have to start tuning in. Thanks!