Club 2 Club Music Festival (Italy)

 

‘Club 2 Club’ Music Festival  (Italy)

Hey, it’s a call for musicians to participate in an online music competition which the British Council Italy runs as part of our electronic music project A Great Symphony!

In the past we have had entries from Georgia – as well as UK and Italy, obviously! Winning entries have come from Kazakhstan and South Korea, too.

This year, the winner of the competition will be invited to play at the Club 2 Club music festival in Italy in November.  The deadline for participation is the 12th March 2017.

A Great Symphony is a contemporary electronic opera which uses music to reflect a city’s rhythm and mood.

Now in its 4th year, A Great Symphony for Torino asked young, talented, musicians and artists on the Hyperdub label to create an exclusive soundtrack to the most iconic locations in the city of Turin. These musicians worked under the artistic direction of dj/producer Kode9, who added his own piece by combining elements of the other tracks.

All the tracks are freely accessible from the official website (http://agreatsymphony.net/ ) and the project’s Soundcloud page (https://soundcloud.com/agreatsymphony/ ).

To mark the next phase of the project, artists from around the world are invited to take part in a musical competition.

Joining is simple: download the stems that make up the A Great Symphony tracks and then create your own remix using the stems.

Then send an email to info[at]clubtoclub.it with the subject “A Great Symphony For Turin remix”, your name (or moniker) and a link to download your track, which will then be uploaded on the project’s Soundcloud page.

The author of the best remix, as selected by Club To Club Festival’s team, will be chosen to compose a track for the next edition of this project and invited to play at the festival.

Deadline for submissions is 12th March 2017.

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