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[Jeu de temps / Times Play 2019]

Awards, Project Partners and Support

Winners / Gagnants | Submissions / Soumissions | Events / Événements | Awards / Prix | Jury

In addition to the sizable prize packages offered each year to the composers of the Winning Works and Composers in Jeu de temps / Times Play, the composers of the top three works also receive cash prizes. Generous donations by our Project Partners — a diverse collection of interested and supportive individuals and institutions across Canada and around the world — have made it possible for us to offer over $3000 worth of CDs, DVDs, books, magazine subscriptions and more to this year’s JTTP winners.

Our Media Partners help us promote the project through the coordination of various Events, Concerts and Radio Broadcasts that feature JTTP works throughout the year. Visit the Participants and Submissions page any time to listen to all 31 submissions to the 20th edition of JTTP, and to read programme notes and composer biographies for the works.

Prizes / Prix

1st Place

$400 Cash Prize
CEC Membership (2 years)
CDs, DVDs, books and journals from the CEC and JTTP Project Partners

2nd Place

$200 Cash Prize
CEC Membership (2 years)
CDs, DVDs, books and journals from the CEC and JTTP Project Partners

3rd Place

$100 Cash Prize
CEC Membership (1 year)
CDs, DVDs, books and journals from the CEC and JTTP Project Partners

4th Place

CEC Membership (1 year)
CDs, DVDs, books and journals from the CEC and JTTP Project Partners

5th Place

CEC Membership (1 year)
CDs, DVDs, books and journals from the CEC and JTTP Project Partners

Project Partners

The CEC wishes to thank the individuals and institutions for the generous donations they have offered, making it possible for us to offer substantial prize packages to this year’s winners.

If you are interested in making a donation or becoming a JTTP Project Partner, please contact the JTTP Project Manager.

Financial Donations

The cash prizes awarded to this year’s top three placing artists are possible thanks to kind donations made by the following individuals. Further financial support is provided by each and every CEC Member, whose membership dues continue to contribute to the success of projects coordinated by the CEC.

CD and DVD Donations

CEC — Canadian Electroacoustic Community / Communauté électroacoustistique canadienne
AdK — Akademie der Künste / SEM — Studio für Elektroakustische Musik (Berlin)
Cambridge Street Records (Vancouver)
DAAD Berliner Künstlerprogramm (Berlin)
DEGEM — Deutsche Gesellschaft für Elektroakustische Musik (Germany)
Earsay Music (Vancouver)
empreintes DIGITALes (Montréal)
Musiques & Recherches (Belgium)
Sound Anatomy (UK/Berlin)

Book and Magazine Donations / Subscriptions

Circuit (Montréal)
Computer Music Journal / The MIT Press (USA)
Musicworks (Toronto)
Organised Sound / Cambridge University Press (UK)

Media Partners

JTTP benefits from a broad and varied group of dedicated Media Partners who help promote the project and the winning works by featuring them in radio broadcasts and presenting them in concert.

Visit the JTTP 2019 events page for detailed information on the radio and concert presentations of JTTP 2019 works. Also keep an eye on the CEC’s Facebook events page for updates on upcoming broadcasts and announcements of all JTTP- and CEC-related events.

Radio Broadcasts

Acoustic Frontiers with Ralph Hopper on CKCU 93.1 FM (Ottawa)
Electric Sense with James Bailey on CIUT 89.5 FM (Toronto)
Expansive Prairie Skies with Michael Elves on UMFM 101.5 (Winnipeg)
Foldover with Tom Lopez on WOBC 91.5 FM (Cleveland)
GroundSwell Radio with David Scott on CKUW 95.9 FM (Winnipeg)
If You Got Ears with Corina MacDonald on CKUT 90.3 FM (Montréal)
Pulsar with Simon Chioini on CISM 89.3 FM (Montréal)
Thank God it’s Free Range! with Michael Elves on UMFM 101.5 (Winnipeg)
UNDÆ! Radio with Antony Maubert y El Equipo Elevador on Radio Círculo 100.4 FM (Madrid)

Concert Presentations

Since 2014, international Project Partners have presented winning JTTP works in concert. Each year’s JTTP 1st prize winner is presented in the Akousma festival, an annual festival of digital immersive music produced in Montréal since 2005. The composers of the top 5 placing works from each edition are also invited to present their works in a recurring event that “roams” annually to a different prestigious international context. 1[1. First held in Seia, Portugal, where JTTP 2014 winners presented their work in the 21st Dias de Música Electroacústica (DME, February 2015). Subsequently, JTTP 2015 winners participated in the KONTAKTE festival in Berlin, Germany (September 2015), CMMAS — Centro Mexicano para la Música y Artes Sonoras (Morelia) produced a concert of the winning JTTP 2016 works (April 2017), JTTP 2017 winners were featured in Edmonton’s third Sea of Sound Festival (April 2018) and the University of Sheffield Sound StudiosSound Junction festival hosted a concert of JTTP 2018 winners’ works (April 2019).]

24 Oct. 2019 | Nicola Giannini in AKOUSMA XVI — The 1st Prize work from Jeu de temps / Times Play 2019, Nicola Giannini’s Eyes Draw Circles of Light (2018), is featured in AKOUSMA XVI (Montréal). 


Services in Kind

Diffusion i média (Montréal)


The CEC gratefully acknowledges the SOCAN Foundation’s ongoing and generous support of a range of its activities — including the annual Jeu de temps / Times Play (JTTP) project — through their Annual Operations programme.

Akademie der Künste SEMCSR Cambridge Core CMJ DAAD DEGEM Earsayempreintes DIGITALes Computer Music Journal / MIT Press Musicworks Musiques et recherches Organised Sound Sound and Anatomy
Fondation SOCAN

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