Haiti – NOTICE : Haitian «Beat» competition, registrations open
19/11/2023 08:18:37

Haiti - NOTICE : Haitian «Beat» competition, registrations open

The European Union, through its delegation in Haiti, is launching a national beat competition (rhythms), open to composers and “beatmakers” (rhythm composers) living in Haiti. The challenge ? Revisiting the European anthem to create a distinctive and memorable sound identity.

This unique competition encourages the creativity of the Haitian artistic community by offering a revisited version of the European anthem “Ode to joy”. Participants have the opportunity to modernize and inspire through their creation. The winning work will be recorded and used as a soundtrack for various communications media and on various platforms.

Young creators are invited to participate and propose their inspiring adaptation of the hymn to joy. The competition offers a unique opportunity to contribute to the sound identity of the Delegation of the European Union.

Competition Calendar :

November 26: End of application submissions

December 2: Pre-selection of finalists by the jury

December 12: Awards Ceremony – Winner Announcement

Conditions of Participation :

Free ;

Open to all departments of Haiti;

Open to anyone aged at least 18;

Create a 30-60 second beat from the EU anthem downloadable here https://www.coe.int/en/web/about-us/the-european-anthem

Complete and sign the registration form available: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfrzTDGymA31Bh47E4hlSf6M7YBd_umeFUbsn61m2nxlRRA7A/viewform with a valid email address.

Don’t miss this unique opportunity to leave your creative mark and contribute to the sound image of the European Union in Haiti. Take up the challenge, express yourself through music and become an integral part of this cultural and artistic initiative.

First Prize: US$1,500

Online registration: https://forms.gle/pKCzeNpMhDdB8SwK7

Download the Regulations: https://www.eeas.europa.eu/sites/default/files/documents/2023/Re%CC%80glements.pdf

HL/ HaitiLibre

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