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Call for Submissions: II Composition Course reMusik.org

Within the framework of the VII St. Petersburg International New Music Festival, reMusik.org offers a Composition Course which will be held in May 2020. Thirty-six composers will be selected through a portfolio application process to meet and work with renowned composers and internationally acclaimed ensembles invited to this year’s festival.


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The Saint-Petersburg Contemporary Music Center reMusik.org announces the VII St. Petersburg International New Music Festival «reMusik.org», taking place from May 25th – 31st, 2020. The festival will be held in distinguished venues around the city, including the Mariinsky Theatre Concert Hall, the New Stage of the Alexandrinsky Theater, St. Ann’s Church, Masterskaya M. K. Anikushina, and the St. Petersburg State Conservatory.

Among this season’s highlights is a new professional training program focusing on the creation and performance of new works by emerging composers. The 36 young resident composers from all over the world are chosen through a portfolio application process. Each resident will write a new piece to be premiered by inviting ensembles at the festival. They will also take part in rehearsals, have composition lessons with guest composers at the festival, and give presentations on their works.

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The “Issues of Contemporary Music Analysis” International Scientific Conference. The topic of the conference is “Sound Space in New Music”.


By connecting students all over the world to the best professionals and unparalleled networking opportunities, reMusik.org is helping individuals reach their goals.


Observe the art of interpretation and technique as master artists share their knowledge and experience with the next generation.


Each year the reMusik.org invites prominent people to drive debate on new music topics. Lectures are important event and encourages people to enter into dialogue – often about difficult subjects – in order to address the challenges we face today.


The project offers the opportunity to look at new music through the eyes of the music’s authors to hold a discussion with them – not only about the internal musical structures and compositional tools of their works, but about the very process of composing itself.