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Annual Report

  • Year: 
  • Please describe your organization’s activities over the past year, including concerts, commissions, collaborations, publications: 

    The Society of Finnish Composers (, a non-profit organization that represents the composers of contemporary music in Finland. The Society of Finnish Composers (SFC) represents Finland in the ISCM and other international associations, such as ECSA (European composer & songwriter alliance). Within ECSA SFC is an active member of ECF Committee (European Composers Forum), which organizes the ECCO concert series (The European Contemporary Composers Orchestra). Among the society's international activities the Nordic co-operation is in a special focus. At the core of the Nordic co-operation is the Nordic Music Days (NMD), the world's oldest ongoing contemporary music festival being (founded in 1888). NMD is held yearly, and in the year 2018 the festival rotation brought the festival to Finland. Nordic Music Days 2018 took place in Helsinki on November 7-10.

    Domestically, FSC supports selected contemporary music festivals, including Time of Music (Viitasaari), the Musica Nova festival (Helsinki), Uuden musiikin lokakuu (Oulu) and the Tampere Biennale (Tampere). Additionally, SFC publishes the magazine Kompositio and is one of the four publishers of FMQ (Finnish Music Quarterly), a magazine in English both in digital an paper format exploring the Finnish music scene.

  • Please describe your organization's research activities over the past year: 
    In the year 2018 SFC was among the research activities of SFC was the survey "Direct Copyright Revenue Streams in Creative Industries in Finland". The study was executed by Digital Media Finland and co-commissioned by Finnish music organizations. The survey explored the differences between the pro rata model favoring the most listened tracks and being in use in streaming services, and the alternative user centric model based on individual consumer’s choices.


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