Entries to the 2011 Voice for Freedom Songwriting Competition should be submitted by Friday.
The contest aims to select a song on the theme of freedom to feature on the “Free Burma: Dedicated to Freedom” album to be produced in Taiwan.
The competition is open to all Asia residents aged between 18 and 35 years old, who can submit completed songs of six minutes or less. Songs can be in any language on any topic themed around freedom, and can be submitted by individuals or groups.
Online voting for the contest will be open from May 23-27. Shortlisted songs will then be judged by a committee of human rights scholars and music industry professionals.
Winners will be invited to receive award and perform their winning song at a “Voice for Freedom” concert on 18 June, 2011.
The best creativity award winner will be get TW$10,000 ($348), a trophy and have their song recorded for the “Free Burma: Dedicated to Freedom” album.
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