Tickets from the Japan Federation of Composers Inc.(JFC)
￥2,000（Festival seating / Tax-included）
The 11th JFC Composers Award Competition Concert Thursday, 31st March 14:00 （open 13:30）
MUZA Kawasaki Assembly Room
The theme of the JFC Composers Award 2022 is "Co-creation with instrument players / performers". The six players / performers are previously announced to the Entrants. And the revision by the
co-creation with them is allowed until the last minute before the Final Concert. For this purpose, the Jury is decided to be only one individual and he / she required to assist all the
repetitions / rehearsal, or even appear himself / herself on the stage, so that he / she could check the revision would not excess the limit. And the composer him / herself also is allowed to join the stage. Actually, two composers are expected to join their own stages. Regarding details of regulation, please refer to here.
First, I screened the twenty-three candidate works. And picked up the twelve pieces to which I liked to listen with the decided specific instrument
players / performers. Then once again , I reviewed them and removed the six works in which I found some negative factors. And regarding the selected six works, I
confirmed that they were incredibly unique and outstanding out of all the entry works. And with approval from the instrument players / performers, the decision was made.
As Application Requirements for this year of the JFC Composers Award were so specific, all those nominated six works are unique and remarkably
interesting to which you could never listen in any other composers' awards / competitions. And the revision, that would be made in process from the submission of the scores until the last moment
of the stage, is subject to judge, as ability to cope with them could be one of the good composers' qualifications. The impressions of the scores would be totally different when they are
presented on the stage. I expect the instrument players / performers to try their best to express the composers' visions through the Co-creation with them.