Call for orchestral pieces to be included in the Resonate database
PRS Foundation and the Association of British Orchestras are delighted to announce today the call for orchestral pieces for inclusion in the Resonate database.
Resonate is a partnership between PRS Foundation, the Association of British Orchestras and BBC Radio 3, which champions outstanding pieces of British orchestral music from the past 25 years and aims to inspire more performances, recordings and broadcasts of outstanding contemporary repertoire, as chosen by UK orchestras.
The Resonate database has been created to demonstrate the scope and quality of new music already commissioned by UK orchestras and to encourage orchestras to revisit pieces which would strengthen their programming of contemporary repertoire. The long-term goal of Resonate is to establish a recognised body of works and increase players’ and audiences’ familiarity with the music of the UK’s most talented composers.
You can find out more about Resonate, view the current database of pieces and which pieces have already been selected and programmed by orchestras here.
To find out more about inclusion in the Resonate database please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org