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Sept. 25th Orchestra Reading: Looking for a chance to have your work read by a chamber orchestra?

September 25, 2016 @ 7:00 pm9:30 pm

sca-logo-big2Seattle Composers Alliance Member’s Event:

We are happy to announce that the SCA will now be organizing public readings for selected works from composers. This opportunity is a chance to not only have works read and work shopped with live performers (16 players in total), but is an opportunity to ask any hard questions about orchestration, tessitura, timbre, or whatever else you wish.

Monthly Session: Each session will take place on the last Sunday of each month* where you will get approximately 45 minutes to talk and work with players on your piece. Scores will be due on the Sunday prior to the reading.

Multi-Track Recording: The SCA  will provide you with a multi-track recording of your session for your own personal reference. Note: this will not be a mixed session, you will need to put this together in a DAW on your own, but it will be very easy to head-sync.

Seattle Composers Alliance Full Members This opportunity is open only to Full Members, and so if you are interested, please make sure that your subscription reflects the full member level.  And, if you need to join the SCA, please join us and be part of an amazing opportunity! SCA Membership click HERE


  • Entry  Deadline and Orchestra Reading
  • September 6th  – Deadline for Lottery Selection!  Composers will be selected via lottery, where 3 names will be drawn at the end of each reading session for the subsequent one. If you would like your name to be entered into the lottery please email Michaud Savage  with “Composer Lottery” in the subject line michaud.savage@gmail.com
  • September 25: Orchestra Reading ( check back for location details)

For consideration of September’s reading on the 25th, please email Michaud by September 6!


We look forward to your music,
The Board at the Seattle Composers Alliance


September 25, 2016
7:00 pm – 9:30 pm


Michaud Savage