Scores Wanted for Kronos: Under 30 Project
The Kronos Quartet—in collaboration with the Hopkins Center, Dartmouth College; the American Music Center, and The Mesa arts center—has announced the third call for scores for the Kronos: Under 30 Project, a commissioning and composer-in-residence program for composers under 30 years of age. Deadline is October 1. The Kronos: Under 30 Project was created in 2003, Kronos' 30th anniversary year, to support the creation of new work by young artists, and to help Kronos cultivate stronger connections with young composers to develop lasting artistic relationships with the next creative generation. Guidelines for eligibility state that the composer's birth date must be on or after October 1, 1974, and the composer must agree, if selected, to write a string quartet and provide score and parts to Kronos no later than October 10, 2005. For details, visit www.kronosquartet.org.