Art Song Lab Registration
This is a 2-part application:

1) Fill in this application form with as much information as possible.
2) Send your supporting material in an email to artsonglab@gmail.com. Indicate your name in the subject line.

Supporting material:
Composers are invited to submit 2 scores, one of which should be for voice and piano. Recordings should be provided in MP3 format or as a link to an audio hosting site (soundcloud, etc).
Poets are invited to submit up to 3 poems. If a poem was part of a collaboration, please provide a link or file to show the context of the collaboration.

Application deadline: **December 15, 2019
Early submission is strongly encouraged. A maximum of 12 poets and 12 composers will be accepted. Successful applicants will be notified of their acceptance by early January, 2020 and will have until February 1, 2020 to pay their participant fee ($400 for composers, $300 for writers - flexible payment options are available upon request).


For more information, please visit: www.artsonglab.com
Questions can be sent to: hello@artsonglab.com

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Questionnaire
How closely do you want to collaborate?
I spend time sculpting a final draft instead of revising many drafts.
I choose simplicity over complexity.
I'm usually the one to initiate interaction.
I have a good sense of what "Art Song" is.
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