The two-week festival will present more than 50 different events to the public, with concerts taking place at some of St. Petersburg’s finest music venues.
Within the framework of the 2023 festival, which will be held during the two weeks of the festival, reMusik.org offers Composition Course for the fifth year in a row.
The Sofia Gubaidulina Center for Contemporary Music is pleased to present a Synesthesia Composition Workshop 2023 within the framework of the Synesthesia Contemporary Art Lab
The Claussen Simon Foundation is organising a competition for young composers in cooperation with the Elbphilharmonie Hamburg and the NDR Elbphilharmonie Orchestra for the second time.
Score follower announces Follow My Score 2021. Submission is free and each composer may submit up to three works.
Within a one-week master course, the course will focus on re-hearsing this work with Ensemble Modern under the baton of Bas Wiegers and IEMA fellow Xizi Wang.
The annual St. Petersburg International New Music Festival is among the main projects through which reMusik.org pursue its mission. The largest festival of new music in Russia takes place at the end of May during a period of famous White Nights in distinguished venues around the city, including the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theater, New Holland, the St. Petersburg State Conservatory and others.
The festival is presented by world-famous musicians and well-known ensembles, both classical and experimental ones, specializing in the new music performance. The reMusik.org Festival covers various areas of contemporary academic music – experimental, electro-acoustic, electronic music, multimedia projects, free improvisation and others.
The festival program has numerous educational highlights: master classes, pre-rehearsal talks, scientific conference, composition course, presentations, educational lectures, training lab for music critics, workshops and reading sessions with soloists and several ensembles.