Performing Arts Newsletter January 2017

Performing Arts Newsletter January 2017
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Greetings Utah Performing Arts Community

I hope this finds you well. Visit the performing arts page of our website for more resources. Also, please let me know if you have any suggestions or are aware of resources that I should list.
All the best, Jason Bowcutt801-236-7554.


Nominations are being accepted for the 2017 Governor's Leadership in the Arts Awards
- Deadline for submission is February 10th
 
The Governor’s Leadership in the Arts Awards recognize those qualities that advance the arts for the people and communities in our state and are Utah’s highest honor in the arts.

To nominate an individual, community, or organization, please follow the link below to the Governor's Leadership in the Arts Awards web-page, then click on the link for the nomination form. 

 
Berliner International Music Competition
Application deadline is January 31st


The purpose of the “First Berliner International Music Competition” is to discover artists of outstanding personality and provide awards which can help to launch international careers: recitals at the Berlin Philharmonie (Chamber Music Hall), one of the most emblematic venues in the world; a CD recording with worldwide distribution, and the service of international management offered to the winners.

The aim of this competition is to find performers with a strong artistic personality and stage presence. The emphasis is therefore not on the purely technical aspect of the performance, but also on the artistic charisma of the performer.

In order to avoid travel expenses, the "First Berliner International Music Competition" has been designed so that musicians can show all their potential through video recordings (no traveling required). In addition, they are asked to provide the repertoire they would play at the Berlin Philharmonie or record for the CD release: a free recital that reflects their personality.

The First edition of the Berliner International Music Competition is open to a wide range of performers and is divided into three groups: pianists, singers and string performers. The age limit is 35.


Utah Division of Arts & Museums Annual Report 

Here is a look at what we at UDAM were up to in the past fiscal year. If you see something in this report that interests you, please contact us and learn more. Our goal is to help everyone in Utah that wants arts and culture in their life to have that opportunity. Additionally, if you have ideas for new programs in arts and museums, we want to hear from you. 
 

Showcase at the 2017 Arts Northwest performing arts booking conference
- Applications now open


The Arts Northwest Juried Showcase is renowned for its commitment to quality and diversity, as well as its reputation as one of the most effective methods for artists to increase their visibility with presenters in the west.

The performing artists/ensembles are selected by a peer panel process to present a 12-minute excerpt of their work during the annual conference. These showcases are highly sought after and extremely competitive. After Hours Showcasing artists are also selected from this pool of applicants.

The 2017 conference will take placeOctober 9 - 12, 2017 in Tacoma, WA. 
 


American Music Abroad - Apply now for the 2017-2018 touring season
Application deadline is January 27th

 

American Music Abroad is an international exchange program designed to communicate America's rich musical contributions and diverse culture to audiences around the world. Approximately 10 ensembles will be selected to embark on a paid month-long, multi-country tour, where they engage with international audiences through public concerts, workshops, jam sessions, and media interviews.


Online artist training in arts and aging 

The National Center for Creative Aging Artist Training in Arts and Aging, funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, The Michelson Foundation, and MetLife Foundation, is a free online course for teaching artists interested in learning how to lead lifelong learning programs in the arts that engage older people as creators. This self-guided training offers an introduction to philosophy, key concepts, methods, and current research from the field of arts in aging. It introduces readers to the life story-based methods developed by Susan Perlstein and Elders Share the Arts, as well as several other approaches and techniques, offering an array of exercises and case studies that exemplify the work that is happening in the field today. 
 
Now Playing Utah's mission is to increase awareness about arts & cultural opportunities in Utah by providing a comprehensive events resource.

NPU offers ideas of things to see and do throughout the state. Here you will find a comprehensive statewide calendar of events that allows you to search by date, location, category, venue, artist and more. NPU also provides easy access to dates, times, maps and direct links for purchasing tickets.
 
 
 
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