Apply to SPLICE Institute 2018
SPLICE Institute is no longer accepting applications for SPLICE Institute 2018.
Please read all of the information carefully, and then follow the link below to the application Google Form.
Applications are due by 11:59pm Eastern Time on Friday, February 16, 2018.
If you are applying as a Participant with Concert Collaboration, be prepared to submit links or upload files for 2 works. For upload, please supply scores in PDF format, audio in mp3 format, and video in mp4 format. Other formats are acceptable, but these are the preferred formats.
COMPOSER–Participant with Concert Collaboration applicants will submit recordings and scores (if applicable) of 2 compositions, with at least one work that involves an electroacoustic element. These works will be considered for performance by the participant performers, performance faculty, and guest performers as applicable. Most participant composers will write a new piece that will be premiered at SPLICE Institute by a participant performer, performance faculty, or staff performer.
PERFORMER–Participant with Concert Collaboration applicants will submit recordings of 2 solo works, it is encouraged to submit one work that was written after 1950.
All applicants for Concert Collaborations will still be considered for acceptance without a collaboration after all of the collaboration spots are filled.
PERFORMER or COMPOSER Participants not applying for a concert collaboration do not need to submit work samples.
You should also be prepared to answer questions about the following:
- Housing and meal preferences
- Short answers related to your previous experiences in performance or composition, your previous experience with technology, and your interest in attending SPLICE
- If you want to collaborate with another participant to create or perform a new work at SPLICE
- If you are seeking scholarship information, be prepared to provide information related to your previous experience with stage management and working with technology in performance situations.