What is Ossia Project?
Ossia Project is a crowd-sourced micro-commissioning fund. Our mission is to work with our subscribers to create regular, accessible opportunities for composers, to support the creation of new works. Each month we offer a newly commissioned work of music, accompanied by a composer bio and some “behind the scenes” notes about the creation of the piece.
How do I sign up?
Who can submit to Ossia Project?
Ossia Project call for scores are open to all composers working in written notation. If you have suggestions about how we can make our submission process more accessible, please contact us at email@example.com.
Past selected composers and compositions:
- Carlos Cordero, Sereno
- Brittany J. Green, La Fille Dans de Les Nuages
- Paolo Griffin, Gentle Breath
- Padraig Parkhurst, Kumanytjayi
- Allison McIntosh, One Flew Over
- Héctor Cavallaro, Retrato de Carlos Duarte
- Amy Gordon, Reflections on Chirality
- Andrea Chamizo Alberro, Cephalusic
How can I submit to Ossia Project?
Our next Call for Scores will be posted in May.
Unfortunately, we are unable to accept scores outside of our call for scores submission process.
Do I need to read music?
No. Although our subscription delivers a notated score each month, you do not have to read music to subscribe. Either way you will be directly helping to support new voices in classical music composition. If you have suggestions about how we can make our subscription services more accessible, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
How can I help?
Become a subscriber, submit a score, or share with your friends! You can send your suggestions to email@example.com