Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame with David Bohn


Submission period

Wed Nov 22, 2023 at 05AM UTC

End of submission period

Tue Jan 16 at 03:59AM UTC

Results date

Thu Feb 15 at 05PM UTC

Vox Novus is calling for one-minute pieces composed for solo melodica. Selected works will be premiered March of 2024 on Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame featuring multi-instrumentalist David Bohn. This perfomrance will be presented as a live streaming online concert using Streamyard broadcast to multiple streaming platforms such as YouTube and Facebook. The selected works will also receive a recording session. For this Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame, we are looking for solo melodica works (no electronics) specifically written for David Bohn. Only works one-minute in length for melodica will be considered.

About the Melodica:
The melodica has a range from the F three ledger lines below the treble staff to the E three ledger lines above. Both one-handed and two-handed playing techniques are possible.

A video regarding the Melodica may be viewed at

Submission Guidelines:
Deadline for works is January 15th, 2024.
Works are for melodica solo only. (no electronics)
No works over one minute (60 seconds) will be reviewed.
Works should be composed specifically for this call and performer.
All pieces must be premieres.
Multiple submissions are not accepted. Send your best work!
Works need to be submitted online at
You will need to register with Music Avatar for free to submit your work online.
After logging in to Music Avatar, select the opportunity named "Fifteen Minutes of Fame featuring David Bohn" and press the "submit" button to start the submission process.
You will need to provide a maximum 50 word biography and (optionally) 50 word program note.
You will be able to upload a score as a PDF file (You are also encouraged to upload an audio realization of the work)
Must include the dedication to David Bohn on the score.
Performance notes should be included in the score.
Selected works will be broadcasted online to multiple video streaming platforms including Facebook, YouTube, and Vimeo. No performance royalties will be paid. Selected composers will be asked to sign a consent form.
Results will be announced via the Fifteen-Minutes-of-Fame website.

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