Arts Network (UK) and the Canadian Electroacoustic
Community (CEC) have teamed up to produce the first
international edition of the Jeu de temps / Times
Play (JTTP) project (now in its fourth year).
The JTTP 2003 includes:
Awards (Prize money, CDs, books).
_ Concerts (In Canada and the UK).
_ Compilation CDs (Cache 2003 and UK subs).
_ Web distribution (For all pieces submitted).
_ Radio airtime (For the top placing pieces submitted).
is the JTTP 2003?
2003 is a large multi-leveled project aimed at promoting
and celebrating new electroacoustic works of young
and/or emerging sound artists (or composers) from
(or living in) Canada or the UK.
_ promotion on the web through a special issue of
_ inclusion in a competition with an international
jury, and awards.
_ concert presentations of the top 20 scoring submitted
_ possible inclusion in a CD compilation, (pending
_ radio and concert CD launches for the CD compilation.
Who is a young and/or emerging sound artist or composer?
This would be someone who is likely to be continuing
studies in an educational facility or possibly someone
for whom there has been little or no national or international
recognition of their work and potential in the short
period of time that they have been doing it.
Who is eligible?
There are two groups of eligible participants:
Canadian citizens who should submit work to the CEC.
_ UK citizens who should submit work to SAN.
What is the submission criteria?
Submissions must adhere to the following specifications
and be sent to the appropriate
before the deadline:
_ Only one work will be accepted per participant.
_ Pieces must be no longer than 8 minutes in duration
(this is an absolute maximum) and be unpublished.
_ Pieces must be normalized to 98% and be submitted
as audio on a CD or CD-R (CDs must be playable in
a regular CD player). Pieces submitted as data on
CD-R, or in any other format (such as on DAT), will
not be accepted.
_ The name of the participant, title of work, duration
and any other pertinent information should appear
on the CD cover and the name of the participant should
appear on the CD itself.
Submissions must include:
_ the participants CV.
_ a completed waiver.
_ short bio and program notes (max 100 words total)
sent via email to email@example.com
Failure to send notes via email will mean submissions
will appear without notes. Floppy disks will be ignored.
_ submissions must be sent in a well-padded envelope.
Is there anything else I need to know?
Participants are not required to be CEC or SAN members.
All participants will retain full copyright of their
work. Submissions will not be returned, but will be
housed in the CEC or SAN archives.
For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
details for Canadian participants and an archive of
can be found
Address to send submissions:
UK Section of the JTTP 2003:
Sonic Arts Network,
The Jerwood Space,
171 Union Street,
Canadian Section of the JTTP 2003:
Communauté Électroacoustique Canadienne,
Canadian Electroacoustic Community,
RF 310, Departement de Musique / Music Department,
Université Concordia University,
7141, rue Sherbrooke o,
Deadline for submissions: 1 May 2021
Who is supporting this project?
This project is supported in part by CEC and SAN membership
fees, The Arts Council of England, the SOCAN Foundation,
Concordia University, the Canada Council for the Arts,
individual donations, 7circles.ca, Cambridge Street
Records, Earsay, empreintes DIGITALes, SKRAEP - experimental
music forum, and the Western Front.