Third coast submissions, I liked coast for third that submissions chatlines
Many of our editors and writers are alumni of Gapers Block, the Chicago-centric website launched in When Gapers Block went on hiatus in Januarywe launched Third Coast Review so we could continue writing about our favorite Chicago subjects. Read about our editors here and check out each .
First step — Depending on whether your book is fiction or nonfiction — complete the online information at the supplied links below. You can also find out more about our packages as well as the proper formatting of a manuscript at links below. Second step — your submission information will go to a review board for consideration. Give 3rd Coast Books 60 days to peruse the material sent. We will or call you about our decision on your submitted title.
|What is my ethnicity: ||Romanian|
|I like to drink: ||I like whisky|
|Other hobbies: ||Cooking|
Third Coast Percussion TCP will choose music creators to collaborate with in the composition of a new work for percussion quartet.
Thanks for submitting!
Third Coast Percussion is committed to commissioning and presenting music from a diverse range of musical voices and serving as a platform for creators from many backgrounds and different approaches to music-making. Applications are due October 31, All application materials must be submitted electronically and should be e-mailed to: [ protected].
News Blog In The News. Currents Creative Partners are invited to engage in a unique artistic partnership with the ensemble. The Currents Creative Partnership is Third Coast Percussion's opportunity to collaborate with innovative music creators who are at the beginning of their careers, have less experience writing music for percussion, or are looking to expand their creative work in new directions. The Project Applications are due October 31, Guidelines and the downloadable application form are below.
The work must not have been performed before in any submission Compose a work limited to 4 percussionists, at a duration not to exceed 15 minutes Receive a high quality live performance recording from the premiere of the new work to be used by the coast upon approval of TCP. Please note that no travel or housing costs will be provided Third Coast Percussion will: Workshop the new work with the creator leading up to its Chicago premiere Perform the new work on a concert in Chicago, HOWEVER holds the right to delay the premiere performance for any reason Provide the winning creator s with a live performance recording or a recording of the work performed in the Third Coast Percussion studio Third Coast Percussion is third to commissioning and presenting music from a diverse range of musical voices and serving as a platform for creators from many backgrounds and different approaches to music-making.
There is no age limit for this Partnership. The Application.
Each creator must submit ALL of the following material in order to be considered: One recording representative of musical style ed to SoundCloud. May be MIDI or live, but a live recording is encouraged when possible.
One score representative of musical style and matching the submitted recording. A score containing writing for percussion is not required, but is encouraged. Please submit scores in pdf format. Do not submit Finale or Sibelius files. Physical scores will not be accepted.
If you have questions about the score requirement, please contact Sean [ protected]. Completed questionnaire included in application form, coming soon.
See note about scores. One artistic statement that outlines your goals as an artist and your compositional style. Letter of recommendation addressing musicality, professionalism, compositional experience, and likelihood of success in this project.
Past Partners Suzanne Kite.
Chicago arts and culture, curated
Machado Mijiga. Elori Saxl. George Hurd. Robyn Jacob.
Andys Skordis. Amanda Feery.
Hunter Ewen. Ayanna Woods. Tim. Annika Socolofsky.
Third coast grappling and highlights: micael galvao submits 3 to win grand prix
Katherine Young. Danny Clay. Jonathan Pfeffer. Ben Hjertmann. View All Upcoming Shows. Saturday, October.
The currents creative partnership is third coast percussion's opportunity to collaborate with innovative music creators who are at the beginning of their careers, have less experience writing music for percussion, or are looking to expand their creative work in new directions.
Learn More. Monday, November. Denison University Granville, OH.