What is the ISCM?
The International Society for Contemporary Music was founded in 1922, and is comprised of an Executive Committee and approximately 50 national sections, each expected to have at least one official delegate (in many cases, two). There are also several ‘Regional Sections’ such as Gotland (Sweden) or Flanders (Belgium), Associate Members, and some Sympathizer organizations. Each section pays a yearly membership fee, and each calendar year one of the sections hosts the World New Music Days in its country or region.
For more information about the ISCM and its history, please visit their website: http://www.iscm.org .