Endowment: 7.000 & 3.000 Euro
- Composition grant: 7.000 Euro
- Composition scholarship: 3.000 Euro
The total funding amount of 10,000 euros is divided into a large scholarship and a sponsorship scholarship. This division ensures that both works of greater formal coherence by experienced composers and compositions by young talents are supported.
What is supported?
To promote contemporary music, the City of Innsbruck supports the composition of contemporary musical works by Innsbruck composers. The aim is to provide lasting and sustainable support for the development of contemporary music in Innsbruck. in 2013, the composition scholarships were renamed Hilde Zach Composition Scholarships in recognition and memory of Innsbruck's former mayor.
Who awards the scholarship?
City of Innsbruck
How do I apply?
You can submit your documents via the platform: kultur-innsbruck.vemap.com
Who can apply?
Artists who were
- were born in Tyrol or
- live in Innsbruck or
- are permanently and creatively active in the arts in Innsbruck and
- are of age (at least 18 years old).
Persons who, by virtue of their professional activity, have a close relationship with the institution appointed to the jury in the given year are not eligible for submission.
What can be submitted?
Which documents are required?
The following documents in German and in pdf format are required for submission to kultur-innsbruck.vemap.com:
- Scan of birth certificate or current registration slip from the year of submission (if not born in Tyrol)
- current portfolio of works with the following content:
- Short curriculum vitae of the applicant (max. 1/2 page)
- Short description of the compositional work
- 2 to max. 3 sound recordings (optional)
Who decides on the award?
The selection of the two funded composition commissions is made by an independent jury of experts, each invited by the Cultural Office of the Provincial Capital of Innsbruck. The jury for the main scholarship and the sponsorship scholarship consists of three persons each, who come from the fields of composition, musicology or a local music institution or institution.
The composition of the jury changes annually, although one jury member may remain on the jury for a maximum of one additional year. The composition of the jury is as follows:
In the case of the main scholarship and the sponsorship scholarship, one jury member each will be appointed from the domestic music institution or institution that would in principle be prepared, if awarded the scholarship, to determine the type, scope and instrumentation of the composition together with the scholarship holder, to commission a composition and to premiere the work.
Main grant: Klangspuren
Scholarship: Tyrolean Chamber Orchestra InnStrumenti
Previous scholarship holders
|Year||Composition Scholarship||Grant scholarship|
|2022||not awarded||not awarded|
|2021||Elias Praxmarer||Egid Jöchl|
|2020||Wolfgang Mitterer||Josef Schiechtl|
|2019||Thomas Amann||Antonia Manhartsberger|
|2018||Elisabeth Schimana||Manuel Zwerger|
|2017||Bernhard Gander||Andreas Trenkwalder|
|2016||Michael F. P. Huber||Josef Haller|
|2015||Christof Dienz||Julia Maier|
|2014||Daniel Oliver Moser||Manuel Delago|
|2013||Wolfgang Mitterer||Hannes Kerschbaumer|
|2012||Johannes Sigl||Katharina Blassnigg|
|2011||Gunter Schneider||Marco Döttlinger|
Until 2010, the funding pot was divided into two equal scholarships:
|Year||Composition grant 1||Composition grant 2|
|2010||Ralph Schutti||Christian Reimeir|
|2009||Franz Baur||Franz Schreyer|
|2008||Manuela Kerer||Norbert Zehm|
|2007||Thomas Amann||Judith Unterpertinger|
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Last updated 29.03.2023