Tribune Internationale des compositeurs

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The Tribune internationale des compositeurs has been a forum of the International Music Council (IMC) of UNESCO in Paris since 1949 . The English name is International Rostrum of Composers .

The forum promotes through collaboration with national broadcasters the contemporary music . The first grandstand took place in 1954 with the participation of Germany, France, Belgium and Switzerland. Until 2002 the podiums were held in the French capital. The exception was the year 2000, when it - organized by the MuziekGroep Nederland and the Gaudeamus Foundation - took place in Amsterdam . Radio France and other broadcasters have been carriers since 2003 . 30 organizations are now involved. All works are broadcast by satellite from the European Broadcasting Union to its members. From 1991 to 2003 the best pieces were awarded the UNESCO Mozart Medal . Since 2004 u. a. awarded the UNESCO Picasso-Miro Medal .

Web links

ROSTRUM + , official website