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JAM’s Call for Music is now OPEN. The deadline for submissions is 30th November 2015

Submit music for choir, brass quintet and organ, or any combination of these forces.

Anyone aged 18 or over may submit music to JAM if they are born, living or studying in the UK.

Successful submissions will receive a professionally recorded performance in London with possible subsequent repeats around the UK.

A maximum time limit of 10 minutes per piece is stipulated. There is no minimum limit – a short fanfare is just as relevant as a 10 minute piece for all the forces.

Please do not submit more than 3 pieces. Send us the best piece; the one you want us to see and perform.

All music submitted must be on paper, accompanied by a recording. The audio version does not have to be of great quality – a sequenced / Sibelius version is acceptable. The recording will only be used as a ‘reference’ during the selection process.

Music submitted to JAM does not have to be Church music; music set to any text is encouraged.

Submissions should be anonymous, but please submit the music with a covering letter so that we can contact you!

JAM Masterclasses
Increasing its commitment to nurturing new music, JAM is running a series of masterclasses on writing for choir, brass and organ plus word setting. Tutors involved in these masterclasses are composer Judith Bingham, organist Daniel Cook (Westminster Abbey) and renowned arranger and Principal Trombone of the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, Eric Crees. For full details please click here.

JAM can not return music that is submitted. Always keep a copy!

Please submit music to: 55 Kempshott Road, London SW16 5LJ.

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