New York Dance & Arts Innovations Inc. (NYDAI) is a not-for-profit organization established with the aim of multi-national creative support and promotion of the performing, visual and literary arts.
and Artistic Director of the Chopin and Friends Festival – Jakub Polaczyk (Poland/USA).
The Grand Prize winner will be awarded cash prize 400$Submission Guidelines4th International Composition Competition New Vision 2021
Eligible composers are those who are in the early to middle stages of developing an international career and for whom this prize would represent a significant career opportunity. Submitted works may have received premieres or/and performances in the past.
Compositions may not exceed 8 minutes in length.
Materials for Submission:
Applications will only be accepted via google forms:
Competition is anonymous. Composers may apply with 2 pieces under different pseudonyms.
Full score (PDF format only): composer’s name should not be on the score, as scores will be reviewed anonymously by composer’s pseudonym.
Paypal Receipt of application fee submission should be also included in the application.
Optional Audio recording of the piece (MIDI rendering is acceptable). Program notes of the piece and connection with the competition title.
Entry Fee: Donation to NYDAI $20 each composition. Composers may submit up to 2 works. Payment accepted online via PayPal under donation payment link on the NYDAI website. Please include your receipt through the application form with composition title.
Jury will choose First Prize, Second and Third, possible honorable mentions. First Prize winner will be performed during 23rd Chopin and Friends Festival in NYC, November 19, 2021 at the Polish Consulate in NYC by acclaimed String Quartet: Argus Quartet.
Submissions must be time-stamped by September 1, 2021, 11:59pm EST.
Winners will be announced by September 20, 2021. Winning piece will be recorded during the festival. Please direct all inquiries to NYDAI Inc.: new.york.dance.and.
Isolation and Connectivity Conversation Series
The theme of the XXII International Chopin and Friends Festival was “Isolation and Connectivity”. During the festival our artistic director Jakub Polaczyk led short online chats with composers, artists, and the winner of the competition. You can view these on NYDAI’s Youtube Channel.
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