Art Music Fund applications close

Art music composers are invited to apply for the 2017 Art Music Fund.

A pool of A$100,000 is on offer for the creation of new commissioned work that is innovative, displays professional compositional craft and represents a benchmark of excellence in its field.

The work must have committed partners to ensure it is presented multiple times, and it is expected that composers will collaborate with ensembles, orchestras, producers, record companies, broadcasters, festivals and other parties to propose the writing of the work.

The Art Music Fund supports a wide range of music styles including: notated compositionelectroacoustic musicimprovised music (including innovative, original jazz); sound artinstallation soundmultimediaweb and film sound and music; and theatricaloperatic and choreographed music.

Full guidelines including eligibility requirements, criteria and assessment details can be found here.

ART MUSIC FUND KEY DATES
Applications open: 15 November 2016
Applications close: 21 February 2017, 5pm AEDT 

Please direct all queries to: Cameron LamAPRA AMCOS Art Music Specialistclam@apra.com.au
General queries to: 1800 642 634


Event Calendar

Jul

17

If you play your own songs live, you can get paid royalties for your gigs with a little help from the team at APRA AMCOS. But there’s one catch – you have to submit your Performance Reports by 31 July.

View Event

Jul

17

If you play your own songs live, you can get paid royalties for your gigs with a little help from the team at APRA AMCOS. But there’s one catch – you have to submit your Performance Reports by 31 July.

View Event

Jul

17

APRA AMCOS and the AGSC are pleased to invite nominations for the 2018 Screen Music Awards, closing 17 July.

View Event

Jul

18

Join researchers Dr Sandra Garrido and Professor Katherine Boydell in an interactive session to experience firsthand how music can affect your mood.

View Event

Jul

18

This July, SOUNDS AUSTRALIA will host a series of export masterclasses around Australia with a particular focus on digital exporting. 

View Event

Site Menu

Search the Website

Login