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WNMF Composers Institute Application

WNMFCI Application

Application form for the 2024 Winnipeg New Music Festival Composers Institute (WNMFCI). Deadline: July 15, 2023 (11:59 pm CT)

Please describe your current status.

Geographic Region

Indicate which geographic region(s) you are affiliated with:(Required)
Check all that apply. This can include where you are currently residing and/or going to school, where you grew up, etc...

Web & Social Media

Academic Affiliation

Work Submitted

Please provide the following information for the work you are submitting:
Please use the following format: [woodwinds] / [brass] / [timp+perc] / [hp] / [strings]. Example using max available instrumentation: 2(picc).2(eh).2.2 / / timp+2perc / hp / str
If your work is selected, would the WSO’s performance in January, 2024 be the world premiere?(Required)
Provide a link to a single folder, hosted on Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive (or similar), containing ALL required support materials (PDFs & MP3 ONLY), including: - Score (PDF) - Audio (MP3) - Resume (PDF) - List of Works (PDF) / Regardless of the platform used to host your materials, please ensure that your folder is accessible to anyone with the link.

Self Declaration (optional)

Equity, diversity and inclusivity (EDI) strengthen communities and the quality, social relevance and impact of the Composers Institute. We encourage you to complete as much of this section as you are comfortable doing. This information will be kept anonymous for the purposes of the selection process and will not be shared with the jury. The questions are primarily based on the current standard used by Statistics Canada in the Census, and wording from the Employment Equity Act.
Select the option(s) that best describe your current gender identity:
Select the sexual orientation that best describes how you currently think of yourself:
Do you identify as Indigenous, that is, First Nation (North American Indian), Métis or Inuk (Inuit)?
If "Yes", please select the group(s) that you identify with:
Do you identify as a member of a visible minority in Canada?
The Canadian Employment Equity Act defines visible minorities as "persons, other than Aboriginal peoples, who are non-Caucasian in race or non-white in colour". Note: if you answered “Yes” to this question (i.e., you are an Indigenous person), select “Population group not listed above” for the next question. You can also select from the list any other population group that applies to you.
Select the population group(s) you identify with:
Do you identify as a person with a disability as described in the Act?
The Accessible Canada Act defines disability as “any impairment, including a physical, mental, intellectual, cognitive, learning, communication or sensory impairment—or a functional limitation—whether permanent, temporary or episodic in nature, or evident or not, that, in interaction with a barrier, hinders a person’s full and equal participation in society.”
If “Yes”, select the type(s) of disability that apply to you:
What language(s) did you first learn at home in childhood and still understand? (Select all that apply)
What language(s) do you speak most often at home? (Select all that apply)
By checking below, you certify that this application (and supporting materials) are complete, accurate, and in within the parameters described in the submission guidelines. By checking below, you also certify that the submitted score is an original composition by the applicant.(Required)

After you click submit you will receive a confirmation e-mail with a copy of your application from (if you don’t see it, please check your SPAM/Junk folder). Please review your submission, and if you spot any errors or omissions, contact Composer-in-Residence Haralabos Harry Stafylakis.