There are many ways you can support soundSCAPE:
- Make the life-changing gift of a scholarship donation for a participant to attend the festival via PayPal Giving Fund.
- Support through AmazonSmile! Set your everyday Amazon site to smile.amazon.com and select soundSCAPE Composition and Performance Exchange as your nonprofit of choice this holiday season. By placing your Amazon orders through AmazonSmile, a portion of your purchase will be donated to soundSCAPE. It’s that easy!
- Break down the barrier of international travel expenses by donating a plane ticket for a participant’s travel to Switzerland. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to pledge a flight donation for a participant.
The Hindemith Music Centre
Blonay, Switzerland – July 4-14, 2023
Applications Open December, 2022
This summer, soundSCAPE Festival will be moving to our new home at the Hindemith Music Centre in Blonay, Switzerland. Featuring state-of-the-art practice facilities and lodging overlooking scenic Lake Geneva, the centre will be an inspiring place for our participants to collaborate and create new music. The centre is housed in the Chalet Lacroix built around 1900 that was acquired and modernized by the Hindemith Foundation in 1976. The property is surrounded by a 17,000 m² park with old trees, providing a view onto Lake Geneva and the Alps. The beauty and peace of these surroundings encourage concentrated work, at the same time offering restful relaxation.
Guests of the Hindemith Music Centre in Blonay appreciate the warm welcome, the stimulating ambiance and the atmosphere characterized by the spirit of music. The centre will provide an unparalleled opportunity for our participants to immerse themselves in creativity while learning from our world-renowned faculty. We can’t wait to experience the wonderful projects and performances our participants will create in Blonay.
soundSCAPE facilitates the flowering of new music and the exchange of ideas and culture between musicians of tomorrow’s generation. We attract composers and performers from around the world for two weeks of concerts, lectures, master classes and workshops. The essence of the festival is one of process and collaboration – giving rise to new music initiatives that have flourished long beyond the festival, all around the globe. soundSCAPE supports diversity in the arts through all aspects – including our programming, faculty, staff, and participants. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all involved in the festival. We approach all music with open ears and a passion for making your voice heard… please join us for a celebration of new music!