Isolda Composition Foundation

 

 

Our Composition scheme
" Isolda Composition Foundation" is a worldwide Composers Scheme based in London and in Vienna which offers emerging composers the opportunity to write for a world-class symphony orchestra.
The scheme welcomes composers from a wide range of musical approaches and backgrounds. A diverse selection panel chooses composers who show a high level of compositional ability in writing notated work in contemporary classical or other musical genres, and the potential to write a full symphonic orchestral work for a public workshop and performances at the world’s renown best venues for Classical performances.
The scheme also supports and mentors composers who may have less experience in writing for classical orchestra than others selected for the scheme.
Guided by renowned professors and composers Prof.  Mag. Dirk D’Ase from Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, Professor Philip Cashian from the Royal Academy In London of music the scheme enables composers to experiment over time and develop their orchestral writing skills. Collaborative musical relationships develop with Viennese and London Moonlight Symphony Orchestra players, and the resulting compositions are performed and discussed by the Moonlights Symphony Orchestra players and its founder and Artistic Music Director Isolda.
Our Composition scheme ” Isolda Composition Foundation” is a worldwide Composers Scheme based in London and in Vienna which offers emerging composers the opportunity to write for a world-class symphony orchestra. The scheme welcomes composers from a wide range of musical approaches and backgrounds. A diverse selection panel chooses composers who show a high level of compositional ability in writing notated work in contemporary classical or other musical genres, and the potential to write a full symphonic orchestral work for a public workshop and performances at the world’s renown best venues for Classical performances. The scheme also supports and mentors composers who may have less experience in writing for classical orchestra than others selected for the scheme. Guided by renowned professors and composers Prof. Mag. Dirk D’Ase from Music and Arts University of the City of Vienna, Professor Philip Cashian from the Royal Academy In London of music the scheme enables composers to experiment over time and develop their orchestral writing skills. Collaborative musical relationships develop with Viennese and London Moonlight Symphony Orchestra players, and the resulting compositions are performed and discussed by the Moonlights Symphony Orchestra players and its founder and Artistic Music Director Isolda.