For Composers Aged 16–25
CAMP Young Composers Competition
Currently Accepting Submissions
We are holding calls for both acoustic and electroacoustic works, as well as proposals for installation art. Apply today!
CAMP’s Seoul Debut! Supported by Arts Council Korea, CAMP performers collaborate with six composers on new ensemble works highlighting climate change. This world premiere concert will be held on August 4 at 7:30pm in Ilshin Hall (Seoul, Korea).
Contemporary Art Music Project
What we do
The Contemporary Art Music Project (CAMP) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) charitable organization that provides living composers and performing artists a platform to create contemporary music and interdisciplinary art through collaboration.
Beginning with our benefit concerts and leading into CAMPGround22, CAMP is committed to producing concerts of new music and collaborative art by today’s leading composers and artists.
CAMP offers opportunities for emerging composers and artists to have their works performed, as well as providing support for aspiring performers of new music.
A team of dedicated podcasters brings the world of innovative new music and collaborative art to you, with shows that highlight the perspectives of composers and performers alike.
CAMP supports living composers and performing artists from around the world.
CAMP in a Nutshell
Why we're excited
Check Out our Podcasts
CAMP is proud to host remarkable podcasts that explore the world of new music from fresh perspectives and innovative angles.
Host: Uijin Oh
Lost to Time
Host: Joshua Mallard
Host: Eunmi Ko
Play the Ink
Host: Zachary Hale
Come Join Us
Project 1.5ºC & 34.7ºF
August 4th, 2023
Yongsan-gu, Hannam-daero 98
CAMP’s Seoul Debut! Supported by Arts Council Korea, CAMP performers collaborate with six composers on new ensemble works highlighting climate change.
For more info and to buy tickets, click here. (Korean)