ISCM

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

D0 note (18.35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

C0 note (16,35 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

F0 note (21.83 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

G0 note (24.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

A0 note (27.50 Hz) — vibrating on liquid surface

2017_03_Choir / Vocal Ensemble 

Details

  • Category Number: 
    03
  • Category Name: 
    Choir / Vocal Ensemble
  • Description: 

    Category 3a: Elektra Women’s Choir
    Morna Edmundson, Artistic Director
    http://elektra.ca/

    Under Artistic Director Morna Edmundson, 50-voice Elektra is a leader among women’s choirs and has commissioned over 70 works in its 29 years.

    A cappella works for women’s choir in up to 8 parts (SSSSAAAA) No electronics. Priority will be given to works of 10 minutes or less.

    Category 3b: musica intima
    http://musicaintima.org/

    Internationally renowned for their warm and engaging stage presence, impeccable musicianship, and unique perspective on ensemble singing, musica intima has earned a reputation as Canada’s most exciting vocal chamber ensemble.

    Works for 8 voices (SSAATTBB)
    These works for 8 voices can include:
    simple percussion (played by ensemble singers)
    simple staging
    simple movement
    use of specific prop(s)
    Electronics welcome. If the electronics are pre-recorded, composers should submit stereo sound files along with their other performance materials. If the composition uses interactive electronics, the composer is required to provide all the hardware and software required to run the composition and may be required to be present at rehearsals and the performance. Priority will be given to works of 12 minutes or less that involve some kind of staging.

    Category 3c: Vancouver Chamber Choir
    Jon Washburn, Conductor & Artistic Director
    http://www.vancouverchamberchoir.com/

    The Vancouver Chamber Choir is a fully professional choir of twenty voices whose key activities include a subscription series, touring, recording and an extensive educational outreach program.

    A cappella works for 20 voices (5 sopranos, 5 altos, 5 tenors, 5 basses) No electronics. Priority will be given to works of 12 minutes or less.