NewMusicSA News

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New Music SA August News

New Music Indaba 2013

Reminder:  Don't forget that Durban is the place to be from 10 to 13 October. The New Music Indaba 2013 comprises four days of concerts (two featuring the newly formed South African New Music Ensemble) as well as composer and performer workshops.
News and regular updates can be found here.
The application form for the workshops can be downloaded here.

RSCM South Africa Free State Branch presents: Spring Choir Festival under the direction of Geoff Weaver of RSCM UK

  • Anglican Cathedral, Bloemfontein
  • 10:00 - 17:30, 7 September 2013
  • Registration: 09:00
  • Service: 16h00 (open to the public)
  • R50 per person attending (includes you own copy of the specially published music book and mid-morning and mid-afternoon drinks)

The SpringFest is an established (this will be our sixth!) annual event sponsored by the Royal School of Church Music in South Africa for the Free State and Kimberley.

New Music Indaba Workshops Invitation

New Music Indaba 2013 : Invitation to Workshops
 
New Music Indaba Festival 2013
UKZN Howard College campus, Durban, 10-13 October 2013
Deadline for applications: 24th August 2013
Deadline for submission of scores: 13 September 2013
 

NewMusicSA June News

Soundmindlab
SoundMindLab had a great launch on the 20th April at the Goethe-Institut in Johannesburg. The performers were Jill Richards,  Ilke Alexander and Bongi Lecoge-Zulu in works by Cameron Harris and Clare Loveday; Lukas Ligeti, Joao Orecchia performed their own work. The grand finale was Rzewki's Les Mouton de Panurge, with Samora Ntsebeza and Mpho Molikeng and enthusiastic music students from Wits joining the other musicians. There were also some great performances from audience members!

New Music SA May Events

Concert To  - Sasol Art Museum, 52 Ryneveld Street, Stellenbosch, 25 May – 8 June 2013
 
Opening: Michael Blake on Saturday 25 May 2013 at 11:00am

New Music SA May news

Update on New Music Indaba 2013
Hot in the wake of the Unyazi Festival, which brought cutting edge new electronic music to Durban in 2012, this year's New Music Indaba, its acoustic counterpart, will also be held in Durban, with the date set for October 11 – 13. The NewMusicSA ensemble will be launched at the Indaba and composers will be given an opportunity to propose new works for the full ensemble and its sub-groups along the theme of “The Riot of Spring”, a tongue-in-cheek reference to Stravinsky’s iconoclastic work which celebrates the centenary of its controversial premiere this year.

April Newsletter

New Music Indaba 2013

The Indaba will be held in Johannesburg in September/October curated by Angie Mullins and with a special focus on local performers and composers. A resident NewMusicSA ensemble will be launched at the Indaba and composers will be given an opportunity to propose new works for the ensemble along the theme of “The Riot of Spring”, a tongue-in-cheek reference to Stravinsky’s iconoclastic work which celebrates the centenary of its controversial premiere this year.
 

March Newsletter

NewMusicSA is currently on a membership drive, as our membership cycle runs from March to February annually. We are contacting South African composers locally and internationally, and welcome any new members particularly those who may not yet have had an opportunity to join.
 
Benefits of membership include: 
 

February Newsletter

NewMusicSA is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Andile Khumalo to the board of directors. In addition, a small cabinet reshuffle has seen the portfolio of Vice Chair allocated to Mr Chris Jeffery (previously secretary) and the Secretary portfolio taken over by Dr Cameron Harris.

January Newsletter

2012 is coming to an end, and from NewMusicSA we wish all the best of the festive season and a prosperous New Year 2013.
 
Many opportunities for composers are being publicized internationally and we reproduce a few that we have received over the past month for your information.
 

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