BLEMF22 Concert Proposal Submission Form
Bloomington Early Music seeks proposals for virtual and in-person concerts for the 2022 Bloomington Early Music Festival, Women & Early Music, scheduled for May 22-28, 2022. Interested applicants should complete this form by 11:59pm (EST) on November 22, 2021.

Following the submission deadline, decisions and contract offers will be extended by mid-February, 2022. Please email office@blemf.org with questions about the festival or application process.

Full call for proposals can be found at --> https://www.blemf.org/blemf22
I confirm that I have read the call for proposals and application requirements: https://www.blemf.org/blemf22 *
Performer/Ensemble Name: *
Contact Email *
Contact Phone *
Website
Names of ensemble members & brief bios *
Audio or Video Recording - Recordings from proposed program preferred, related material as alternative. Please submit via YouTube playlist (can be public or unlisted) - 20 minute max *
Concert Program Title *
Relationship of the selected music or performance to the festival theme. How do these works or the mode or circumstance of their performance illuminate the role of women as composers, performers, patrons, listeners, dedicatees, or some other position of influence in the broad milieu of Early Music? *
Works to be performed (please provide as complete information as possible: title, composer, dates, instrumentation) - programs should be 45-50 minutes of music *
Please indicate any requirements for your live performance: keyboard needs (harpsichord, organ, fortepiano), special lighting, tech or projection needs, accessibility accommodations, etc. *
Please select any/all categories that apply:
Please indicate dates you are available for an in-person performance *
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Budget Proposal - Please indicate relevant fee, travel and housing expenses. If you are applying for a virtual performance, please indicate recording and other associated expenses. *
Do you have any questions about the festival or application that we can address at this time?
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