THE 2019 SHAKESPEARE
MUSIC PROJECT WINNER
ANDRO BAUDELIRE

Here's an example of music we love by Brazilian Composer

Andro Baudelaire, called Hey Romeo.   Give it a listen.

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Calling all composers and musicians.

The Florida Shakespeare Theater and the Shakespeare Music Project is looking for rocking, rapping, bluesy, jazzy, ORIGINAL music inspired by the play Macbeth

We believe that everyone has been touched by the words of Shakespeare at one time in their lives and may not even know it.  The themes and story of Macbeth  can bring out the dark side in all of us.  Show us how Shakespeare's most terrifying story of magic and rage, brings out the music in you.  

 

 We plan to collect a wide range of songs in many styles and genres, and hear from the composers - why does the play  Macbeth resonate with people of all walks of life around the world?  What does the play mean to them, and how do they express this through their music?

 

Now accepting submissions of original music that is inspired by Shakespeare's play,  Romeo and Juliet.  The songs can be in any genre, and in any language.  We are NOT looking for "Renaissance style" music. 

THE ARTIST RETAINS RIGHTS TO ALL ORIGINAL WORK.

Compose

Write an original song or composition about the themes, characters or plot of William Shakespeare's play,

Romeo & Juliet.

Record

Record your composition

Send it to us

Email us the link to a youtube or mp4 recording of your song to FloridaShakes@gmail.com

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSION

OCTOBER 15, 2018

Come Perform

If we accept your song, you will be given the opportunity to come to Miami to perform it in concert in January 2019. One lucky artist will be flown in on an all expenses paid trip to Miami

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Sponsored in part by the State of Florida, Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs and the Florida Council on Arts and Culture. Major Sponsorship provided by  the Miami-Dade County Department of Cultural Affairs and the Cultural Affairs Council, the Miami-Dade County Mayor and Board of County Commissioners. The City of Doral, The City of Miami Beach, The City of Miami, The Coconut Grove Chamber of Commerce, The Coconut Grove BID,  the State of Florida Department of Natural Resources Parks System, The Barnacle Historic State Park,  Shell Lumber & Hardware, The Stovall Family, The Costello Family, and the Frank and Susan Salinger Initiative for the Arts.