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2nd Call for Works: ICMC 2006 Late Night Concerts

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*** 2nd Call for Works ***

ICMC 2006 Late Night Concerts Proposals

ICMC (International Computer Music Conference) in collaboration with ffmup (free form mash-up) is seeking proposals for performances on the late-night ICMC concerts, which will take place as part of the 2006 ICMC this November 6-11 in New Orleans. In keeping with the theme of this year's conference, "Multidimensionality," we plan to represent a diverse range of approaches and practices in electronic/ computer/electro-acoustic music, encompassing improvisation, ambient, noise, experimental, electronica, and other forms of live music/sound art. Solo or group sets between 15 and 45 minutes, involving a developed live performance aesthetic are encouraged. These concerts will occur in the evening in a casual, but quiet listening environment, adjacent to a bar. The venue will include a multichannel sound system and video projection. Submit by mail (UPS/FedEx/DHL or the like! DO NOT USE USPS as regular mail service will likely be delayed due to the situation here in New Orleans!) to:

Tae Hong Park (ICMC Late Night Concert)
102 Dixon Hall
Tulane University
New Orleans, LA 70118

Deadline:  June 6, 2006  (Arrival Date not Postmark Date)
Notification: June 19, 2006

You must register submissions online at www.icmc2006.org, please go to "Call for Participation." Packages should include an unmarked CD or DVD with only your submission ID (acquired from web registration) on the label (details are listed on webpage). Other materials, including description/instrumentation of performance, synopses, program notes, and other pertinent non- biographical information should be included, but otherwise the package should by anonymous. You can submit 1 piece and there are no submission fees.

Contact: Sam Pluta (Late Night Concert Chair) ffmup at icmc2006.org <http://www.create.ucsb.edu/mailman/listinfo/sc-users>