Announcing
The 2018 Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency
Application Deadline: February 19, 2018
One of I-Park’s signature programs is its Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency. Launched in 2015 and repeated in 2016, the residency pairs five composers with a prominent chamber ensemble for a two-week onsite residency. The program allows the composer to hear their work performed by live musicians while they are in the process of creating it! The dialogue and and fellowship among the musicians and the composers create bonds of trust and respect that translates into subtle, and sometime transformative, improvements in the musical works. The residency culminates in two all-premiere concerts, one in Connecticut and the final one in New York City.
This year’s ensemble-in-residence is the acclaimed Akropolis Reed Quintet from Michigan. The unique instrumentation of this group and their high energy and level of technical proficiency will make for a most exciting collaboration. We can’t wait to see and hear what this session will serve up for us!
Applications Materials for 2018 Residencies Are Now Available
Click Here For Details and the Application Portal
The application deadline for 2018 residencies is Monday, January 22, 2018.
Click here
to view the calendar for the 2018 residency season.
I-Park will be offering a limited number of international travel grants in 2018.
The 2018 Events Calendar will be released in mid-December.
Thanks for your enthusiastic support in 2017!
See What Some Of Our Recent Artists-in-Residence Have Been Up To
Thanks to Ekaterina Smirnova for the wonderful documentation of her September residency. Check out her Making Friends Forever and Melting Ice and Time blogs.
Check out Imaginary Past by Hungarian artist, November artist-in-residence, Joseph Tasnadi.
November architect-in-residence, Adam Haddow, just received a prestigious INSIDE World Festival of Interiors award for his firm’s Cleveland Rooftop project in Sydney, Australia.
Check out this wonderful piece in the New York Times by November artist-in-residence Helen
Betya Rubinstein
Click here for a very interesting article on
August artist-in-residence Azita Moradkhani.
Senbo Yang, Drifting, August 2017 (no audio)
Kristin Cammermeyer, Virtual Subsumption
with Converse Material Effect
, 2017 Site-Responsive
Art Biennale (no audio)

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