World New Music Days: ISCM 2020

Obras de três compositores portugueses / compositoras portuguesas seleccionadas para o World New Music Days 2020 na Nova Zelândia.

Works by three Portuguese composers selected for the World New Music Days 2020 in New Zealand.

A Miso Music Portugal e o Centro de Investigação e Informação da Música Portuguesa – MIC.PT, enquanto Secção Portuguesa da ISCM – International Society for Contemporary Music, têm o prazer de anunciar que no âmbito da candidatura oficial para o World New Music Days 2020, que incluiu obras de seis compositores e compositoras portuguesas, o júri do WNMD 2020 escolheu três composições: "sobre a areia o tempo poisa" (2016), para violino, violoncelo e piano, de Sara Carvalho; “Íris-abandono…” (2016), para vibrafone, de Paulo Bastos; “Colours (here in)” (2018), para coro misto, de Daniel Davis. O World New Music Days da ISCM é um evento anual, que todos os anos decorre num país diferente, sendo organizado para celebrar a criação musical contemporânea. Na edição de 2020 este Festival terá lugar em Abril na Nova Zelândia (Auckland e Christchurch).

Mais info: www.iscm2020.nz/selected-works

Works by Portuguese Composers selected for the World New Music Days 2020 The Miso Music Portugal and the Portuguese Music Research & Information Centre – MIC.PT, as the Portuguese Section of the ISCM – International Society for Contemporary Music, are pleased to announce that in the framework of the official application for the World New Music Days 2020, which included works by six Portuguese composers, the WNMD 2020 jury has selected three compositions: "over the sands time stands still" (2016), for violin, cello and piano, by Sara Carvalho; "Íris-abandono…" (2016), for vibraphone, by Paulo Bastos; "Colours (here in)" (2018), for mixed choir, by Daniel Davis. The ISCM World New Music Days is an annual event, every year taking place in a different country, being organised to celebrate contemporary music. At the 2020 edition the Festival will take place in April in New Zealand (Auckland and Christchurch).

More info: www.iscm2020.nz/selected-works 

[foto: Auckland · por Dan Freeman no Unsplash]