Call for Scores
Deadline: May 31, 2018
Submission Fee: $ 5.00 per score
113 is accepting scores for the 2018-19 concert season. Selected scores may be programmed at any point during the season. Composers who are accepted are encouraged (but not required) to attend the concert(s) featuring their work. Composers of any age or nationality may apply. We are accepting scores in three categories:
1. Works for 1-4 instruments, including any combination of flute, clarinet, double bass, and percussion (1 performer)
2. Works for 1-5 members of TAK Ensemble (http://www.takensemble.com/), including any combination of flute, clarinet, soprano, violin and percussion (1 performer)
3. Works for Zeitgeist New Music Ensemble (http://www.zeitgeistnewmusic.org): piano, clarinet/saxophone (1 performer), and percussion (2 performers)
Submissions may include electronics and/or improvisation.
Composers may submit multiple scores, but please note that there is a $ 5.00 fee for each score submission. Scores should be submitted electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject heading, “113 Call for Scores.”
1. Your Name
2. Title of the Work
5. PDF of the score
6. Link to an MP3 recording (if available).
7. Paypal Receipt
113 Media Internship
The 113 media internship provides a unique opportunity to develop skills in digital editing and design, audiovisual documentation, social media management, and arts administration, while engaging with an exciting roster of musicians from around the world.
113, a collection of composers and performers of new music, produces concerts, seminars, and master classes throughout the Twin Cities. Since its inception in 2012, 113 has presented over fifty world premieres and worked with composers and performers such as James Dillon, Brian Ferneyhough, Chaya Czernowin, Julio Estrada, Michael Pisaro, Duo Gelland, Bill Solomon, Collect/Project, Marcelo Rilla, Fonema Consort, and Ensemble Dal Niente, in addition to dozens of local musicians of the highest calibre.
Assistance in the design of concert programs, posters, ads, and printed materials
Preparation of media for grant applications
Assistance with website maintenance
Assistance with social media, marketing, and PR strategic development
Assistance with on-site audiovisual project documentation at 113 events
Assistance with editing and archiving documentation of past projects
Other duties as needed
Schedule and Location:
Weekly work schedule is flexible, based on applicant’s availability. Number of weekly hours is negotiable. Ability to work during 113 performances is required. Primary work location is negotiable and some telecommuting is possible. Concert venues vary, and are located throughout the Twin Cities in areas that are easily accessible by public transportation and car.
Skills and Qualifications:
The ideal candidate for this position is driven, self-motivated, able to work independently, willing to follow direction, works well as part of a team, and detail-oriented. The intern will have camera skills; digital editing and design experience; understanding of Google Docs, Google Drive and Gmail; social media know-how; the ability to follow through on large projects; and have their own laptop computer in working condition. Music knowledge is a plus, but is not required.
Submit a cover letter and resume listing all relevant experience with digital editing and design (in any medium), music, nonprofit administration, and/or leadership to email@example.com.
Candidates are encouraged to apply for internship scholarships, or to enroll in courses that offer course credit through internships. For UMN students, we recommend applying for the CLA Internship Scholarship in the amount of $1500.00 (applications are due September 20, 2017 or January 31, 2018) or to register for course credit through CLA courses ID 1201 Major and Career Exploration, ID 3201 Career Planning, or ID 3208 Internship Reflection. For non-UMN students, we will help research other options. Our grant writing team is ready to assist you. Though 113 cannot provide compensation for interns who do not receive an outside scholarship, interns who perform duties beyond the scope of their assigned responsibilities may be considered for paid contract work on a per-project basis.