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Atlantic Music Festival Announces Call For Entries

New York, NY - Today, the 2009 Atlantic Music Festival announces its call for entries for Resident Artist Program applicants. Submission forms can be completed directly online at the official Atlantic Music Festival website.

The festival provides tuition, housing, and meals for the duration of the festival. The Artist Residency Program is open to orchestral instrumentalists, pianists, one composer, one conductor, one recording engineer, and one orchestra librarian between the ages of 18 and 32. Accepted applicants will be featured as resident artists in The 2009 Atlantic Music Festival.

Deadline to submit for the U.S. and International applicants for the 2009 Atlantic Music Festival is January 31, 2009.

The submission form and complete information regarding eligibility and entry rules for the 2009 Atlantic Music Festival are available on the Atlantic Music Festival website. Information is also available through the Atlantic Festival by phoning 888.704.1311 x.3, by email to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo., or by regular mail to the Atlantic Music Festival, 45 West 8th Street, New York, NY 10011.

Resident applicants are also encouraged to participate in the 2009 AMF International Competition (which occurs during the festival) The Grand Prize laureate will appear as soloist with the AMF Orchestra and featured in solo recital at Dumbo Space, a new world class theater and recording facility opening in Spring 2010. In addition, the winner will have an opportunity to record an full-length album within Dumbo Space's fully equipped recording space.

ABOUT ATLANTIC MUSIC FESTIVAL

The Atlantic Music Festival is a six-week music event to be held in Waterville, Maine. From June 22 to July 31, 2009, audiences will witness unparalleled performances by hundreds of new and established musicians. For more information about the AMF, please visit our website.

ABOUT DUMBO SPACE

DUMBO SPACE is a world class facility featuring a 200-seat theater, and post-production recording studio in the heart of downtown Dumbo, New York. For more information about DUMBO SPACE, please visit our website.

ABOUT LITTLE FEATHER WORKS

Atlantic Music Festival is supported by Little Feather Works, a non-profit organization dedicated to the empowerment of artists. For more information about Little Feather Works, please visit our website.

Michael Thompson in "Ask the Pros"

Michael Thompson , English player and conductor, and Aubrey Brain Professor of Horn at the Royal Academy of Music is the IHS Forum's "Ask the Pros" correspondent for January and February, 2009. To ask Michael a question, email it to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

To view the forum, select "Network-->IHS Forum" from the main menu.

Thomas Bacon in "Ask the Pros"

Thomas Bacon , prominent soloist, recording artist and teacher, is the IHS Forum's "Ask the Pros" correspondent for March and April, 2009. To ask Tom a question, email it to Esta dirección de correo electrónico está siendo protegida contra los robots de spam. Necesita tener JavaScript habilitado para poder verlo.

To view the forum, select "Network-->IHS Forum" from the main menu.

Enthusiastic about the IHS? Want to make a difference in the Society’s activities?

You can help the IHS by becoming an IHS Area Representative.

The IHS invites applications for open Area Representative positions. Area Representatives serve the IHS by communicating society activities to IHS members in their state, province, or country, as well as sharing information about horn activities in their areas with the society worldwide.  Area Reps also assist in recruiting and welcoming new IHS members and in communication between members in their area. We are especially interested in hearing from people in regions or countries where we have not had Reps before.

USA members, click here to find out if your state has an Area Rep.
Non-USA members, click here to find out if your country has an Area Rep.

41st International Horn Symposium, Western Illinois University, Macomb 2009

For more information contact:
Randall E. Faust, Host, 41st International Horn Symposium
School of Music, Western Illinois University, Macomb, Illinois 61455
http://www.wiu.edu/horn

10/14/08: Application forms for the Horn Ensemble Competition and the Jazz Solo Competition are now posted at www.wiu.edu/horn under the IHS2009 Sidebar.

10/19/08: Registration is now open for the 2009 International Horn Symposium. The form and cost information are available at www.wiu.edu/horn under the IHS2009 sidebar. This information could be quite useful for teachers who are applying for funding to take ensembles (or themselves) to IHS 2009.  One item we have available with Early Registration is the capability of purchasing Sodexo MEAL CARDS for the Food Court at the University Union.  Some students might not want to go back to the residence halls for lunch--and prefer to eat lunch at the food court--go visit a nearby exhibit or practice --before going to  an event at 1:00.  So meals plans can be purchased for either breakfast, lunch, and or dinner.  Also, the BANQUET Registrations must be made early.  There will be a limit for the first 600 Registrants for the Symposium Banquet.

10/23/08: Exhibitor Information and Contracts are now available at the webpage: www.wiu.edu/horn

10/25/08: Competitions: Horn Ensemble, Jazz solo competition, Scholarship Competition (classical solo), and Frizelle Orchestral Excerpt Competition Information is available at  www.wiu.edu/horn Under IHS 2009 

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