The Vivaldi Metal Project is looking for an arranger, it can be YOU!
Would you like your arrangement performed by world-class musicians? Are you an arranger and do you like Metal and Classical/Baroque music? Do you like Antonio Vivaldi’s masterpiece “The Four Seasons” ? Do you like epic and majestic music? Let’s get started… It’s your chance to show your talent and skills and to be part of this great All-Metal-Stars project!
To enter the contest, please read details here:
 Here you can listen the Vivaldi’s original piece “Summer – 1st movement, Allegro non molto, RV 315“. If you need the original score, you can get it here. This is the part that you need to arrange to enter the contest. Keep the original score only as your reference when making YOUR Metal arrangement for the Vivaldi Metal Project.
 This movement must include vocal melody for the singer(s), please specify if you require a male or female voice or both. In your demo the vocal melody can be sung or played by an instrument. No lyrics needed. Lyrics will be written by our staff.
 Your demo does not need to be complete, it can, but it can be enough approximately a minute of music. If your demo is accepted, you can then finish it.
 Your arrangement style should include all or a combination of these instruments: drums, bass,guitars,keyboards, choir, vocals, back vocals, choir. Use strings sparingly, and not for the main parts or themes (we don’t need another original version, it is already well done by Vivaldi).
As idea, the arrangement should be a combination between elements included in the Vivaldi’s score and new original parts written by you. You don’t need to follow the original score 100%, but keep it as “guide-line” , then make it yourself.
 When you’re ready with the work, please send the MP3 as download link to firstname.lastname@example.org (do not upload the MP3 directly to our inbox, use dropbox, mediafire or similar services, thanks).
For any additional info, you can contact us: email@example.com
Last but not least: be sure to make it METAL and nothing less than EPIC!
Thanks, good luck!
The “Vivaldi Metal Project” staff