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Nov 12, 2017

CSS Radio Station – Call-for-Videos

Episode 1, Curated by Zhang Kangyi


CSS Radio Station is a YouTube podcast that showcases works from composers from the Southeast Asia region. Each episode of the podcast features a single theme and is curated by a rotating roster of Composers Society of Singapore (CSS) members. Each episode will be approximately 60 minutes long.

Theme​ ​for​ ​this​ ​Episode

In this episode, we are exploring Asian (especially Southeast Asian) culture and history. Programmatic pieces with stories and compositions employing Asian folk tunes are welcomed.


Composers who are citizens of or live and work in Southeast Asian countries may apply. Members of CSS are particularly encouraged to submit.


Submission is free. Submissions must be received by 1st Dec 2017 (11.59pm Singapore time, GMT+8).

Work​ ​Requirements

Works can be for solo, chamber or orchestra works for Western instruments in any style. Non-Western instruments can be included if they are playing a lead role (for example in a concerto). Electronic music is not allowed. The submitted work should be less than 20 minutes in duration. If the work submitted is a multi-movement work, please indicate if individual movements can be selected to be broadcast. Realistic MIDI realizations are allowed but live performances and recordings are preferred.

Submission​ ​Requirements

Send YouTube links via email to:
Composers Society of Singapore

These links may be video recordings of a performance, or an audio recording with static images. Please include program notes and related media links. Biography and scores are not required. Please title your email as “CSS Radio Station – (your FULL name)”.


Composers who submit to this call, grant “Composers Society of Singapore” the authority, permission, and right to use the composer’s name, voice, story, recording, and appearance to copy, reproduce, display, perform, exhibit, edit, distribute, or transfer to audio, film, digital media, online media in any connection with this “CSS Radio Station” project. If selected, composers will not receive monetary compensations for their submissions.