songSLAM - New York City, NY
The Sparks & Wiry Cries songSLAM is a unique opportunity for composer/performer teams to premiere new art songs and compete for cash prizes. This social event will be emceed by the incredible composer Tom Cipullo, and will take place on Tuesday, November 14th at the HERE Theater, 145 Sixth Ave, New York, NY 10013.

Each team will present a new song for voice and piano in any language for the voting audience, who—in the poetry slam tradition—will then vote on their favorites and award $2,000 in prize money:

$1,000 for first place, $600 for second place and $400 for third place*

Information about the performance & premieres:
- Tuesday, November 14 at 8:00 pm at the HERE Theater in New York City.
- Tickets: $10 general admission.
- Teams are encouraged to bring their friends, as all prizes will be awarded by audience vote!

RULES:
1) Registration is $10 and opens on September 26th at 6pm on a first-come, first-served basis.

2) Performance slots will be given to the first 10 applicants to apply; there will also be 5 alternate slots in the event of cancellations.

3) Original compositions presented at NYC's songSLAM must:
- be composed for voice and piano
- feature texts that are in the public domain or have
written and signed permission from the author/trust
- receive their world premiere at our event.

4) Songs should be no more than 5 minutes in length.

5) A composer can only submit ONE song for the event. Performers can only perform in ONE song for the event.

6) Texts may be in any language.

7) There is no age limit for those who wish to apply.

8) Composer must be present during the premiere event.

9) Scores for songSLAM must be completed and submitted by no later than October 24, 2017.


(*Further prizes may be granted at the discretion of the Co-Artistic Directors of Sparks & Wiry Cries, including but not limited to: professional recording for use by the composer and performers, and online publication and sales of winning songs, hosted through Sparks & Wiry Cries’ website.)

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