ACMF National Songwriting Competition Entries Close

The ACMF is very pleased to announce that the annual National Songwriting Competition for 2016 is now open for entries!

Now in it’s 14th consecutive year, The National Songwriting Competition is designed to encourage creativity and self-expression through songwriting.
 
Students from every school in Australia are invited to put pen to paper and enter an original song for a chance to win a share of thousands of dollars of musical equipment and tuition and more!
 
Simply by using a phone, iPad, computer, or other recording device, students can record themselves singing their very own original song. For full terms and conditions and to enter, visit www.acmf.com.au. Entries are now open and close at midnight, 20th October 2016.
 
Entry to the competition is FREE – however, feel free to donate to the ACMF while you are on the website! Your support will make a huge difference in bringing the magic of music to disadvantaged children across Australia.
 
Teachers and parents are encouraged to use this opportunity to develop children’s learning, improve self-esteem and encourage individualism. Songwriting is a highly creative process. We want kids to free their imagination and engage with learning in a fun way!


Event Info

Date
20 Oct 2016 - 20 Oct 2016

Cost
FREE


Website
Click here

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