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Composers Concordance

12th Annual 'Generations' Concert

and Composition Competition


– Generations XII: New Music for Flute, Violin, Cello, and Piano –


Composers Concordance, a presenting organization for contemporary music with a 39-year history of cutting-edge concert programming in NYC, announces its 12th Annual ‘Generations’ concert and composition competition. The program will feature music of Madelyn Byrne, Dan Cooper, Peter Jarvis, Gwen Laster, Max Lifchitz, Joseph Pehrson,

Gene Pritsker, and Roger Tréfousse, as well as two competition winners: one composer age 25 or younger, and another composer age 65 or older. CompCord Ensemble:

Zara Lawler - flute, Lynn Bechtold - violin, Molly Aronson - cello, and Kathleen Supové will perform. Competition winners are requested to attend the concert, which will be held on Wednesday, March 8th at 7:30pm at Greenwich House: 46 Barrow St, New York City.

All application materials must be received by February 1st, 2023 at noon EST;

No entry fee.

Two categories:
a. composers age 25 or younger [ie. as of March 8th, 2023]
b. composers age 65 or older [ie. as of March 8th, 2023]

Music should be written for Flute, Violin, Cello, and Piano

/OR any subset, i.e. solo, duo, trio pieces are welcome.
Duration: at most 5 minutes; only 1 entry per applicant please;

Please do NOT provide links for the following - rather all requested materials

in the email -

To apply: please email the following materials to:

1.) pdf of the score - please note: your name should not appear on the score itself.

2.) mp3 of the audio ('MIDI mock-ups' are ok)

3.) name, contact info, and category: a or b (in the email please, not attached)

4.) bio / resumé (in the email please, not attached)


Note: Due to the ongoing nature of necessary public health actions, Composers Concordance is continually monitoring the situation. If the concert needs to be cancelled or rescheduled, we will let you know immediately. If you have any questions, please contact us at

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