The Arc Project recently announced our newest and most ambitious project yet - The Arc Project Online Festival 2021. This online new music festival will create a platform for musicians to come together to perform, learn about and discuss new music. The festival will take place from the 11th-19th December 2021 and will include concerts, seminars, panel discussions, lecture recitals and workshops. We are currently accepting proposals for events through the following Google Form. The deadline for proposals is 14th May 2021. We've just launched a new series over on our blog. In conjunction with Women's History Month, we sat down with Lynette Quek to talk about her work. Check it out here.
Our Cross-Medium Collaborations Project will go live over on our YouTube channel on 16th April 2021 at 7:30pm BST! We will be introducing the participants involved with this upcoming concert over the next few weeks so keep your eyes peeled.
Digital Ensembles Editions
The deadline for The Arc Project: Digital Ensembles Edition submissions is May 10th 2021. Participants should submit their pieces by this date using the Google Form in the previous email, if you have any questions then just drop us an email.
Lynette Quek recently performed at audiograft festival of experimental music and sound art as part of a.hop. Click here to listen to her recording!
Additionally, Lynette currently has a solo installation! Click here to view the instagram page for further details.
The Avazad Duo are running monthly composers forums, where composers present and discuss their work. Here is their description of the event:
On the first Sunday of every month, we are hosting a zoom meeting to showcase the latest works of emerging composers from around the world. An informal discussion will follow, based on a range of topics related to the music presented, giving the audience the chance to engage in conversation and interact with the composers on a level that is, under normal circumstances not common practice. The forum supports emerging composers to reach a greater audience and gives music lovers the fascinating insight into what goes on behind the scenes, in the conception and realisation of a piece of music.