Don’t miss the opportunity to discover a unique selection of recent creations by emerging composers from all over the world!
Since its foundation in 1955, the International Rostrum of Composers has launched the careers of many of the most important composers of the XX and XXI Century from Henri Dutilleux to Agata Zubel to Thomas Ades.
In the framework of the Rostrum+ project and with the co-operation of the participating broadcasting companies from all over the world, IMC is glad to announce that from 10 to 25 December 2015, works presented at the 62nd International Rostrum of Composers will be available for free streaming.
Listeners will also have the possibility to vote for their favorite work and get a chance to win a set of contemporary music CDs.
Rostrum+ is a project that aims to rethink the ways in which contemporary music connects with audiences through radio network by exploring new strategies to develop audiences, promote new music, enhance the skills of radio professionals and inspire cooperation between musicians, higher music education institutions and broadcasting companies throughout Europe and beyond. The springboard for the project is the International Rostrum of Composers, an annual event uniting some 40 delegates of national broadcasting companies. Building upon this existing foundation, the project introduces new activities that connect with other operators of the genre, the end goal being the expansion and durable growth/sustaining of the contemporary music sector in Europe and beyond.
To this end, the International Music Council has entered into a partnership with 3 national public radios, 3 higher music education institutions, one European cultural network and 2 cultural venues. To achieve our objectives and address the full range of target groups of the action, the Rostrum+ project sets out a diverse set of activities.
Check the website for more information.
Rostrum+ is co-funded by the Creative Europe Programme of the European Union