Dot The Line just announced their Call-For-Scores for the 2020 Festival Dot The Line: heart (心, 마음). CSS member Emily Koh will be one of the composers-in-residence, as well as a bassist in 2020. In addition, CSS member Chua Jon Lin was one of the selected composers from the Call-For-Scores in the 2019 Festival.
Festival Dates and Locations:
28-29 May 2020 (Th-F) *subject to change Ewha Womans University and Ilshin Hall *subject to change
Composers of any nationality and age are encouraged to apply.
All submissions should be no longer than 15 minutes in duration.
Works composed after 2014 are eligible.
Previously performed compositions are eligible.
Works of any style, aesthetic, and notation and electro-acoustics (fixed media and live electronics) will be accepted.
No submission fee, but if selected, composers are expected to register and pay the registration fee USD70 by 31 Mar 2020 (Tu)
Composition Submission Guidelines:
Submissions will only be accepted online (link below)
Submission Deadline: 15 Feb 2020 (Sa)
Each composer may submit 1 work.
Submissions should include links to a legible score and recording. MIDI is acceptable.
Instrumentation Category with or without electronics: *Use listed percussion instruments ONLY
percussion (see link below for list of percussion instruments)
any duo combination of percussion, saxophone, violin, cello, double bass, piano
Trio or larger ensemble
any combination of percussion, saxophone, violin, cello, double bass, piano (any combination)
Robert McCormick (percussion), Doug O’Connor (saxophone), Eunmi Ko (piano), Yu-fang Chen (violin), Yeil Park (cello), Emily Koh (double bass)
Selected composers will be notified individually via email by 15 Mar 2020 (Su).