Glories of the Score is a national student screen music festival to be held at the Australian Film Television & Radio School (AFTRS) at Moore Park, Sydney. The Event includes: 

  • Australian Student Screen Music Competition

  • Conference

  • 'Making Music for the Screen' (An All Day Event for Secondary School Students) 

  • Workshops, Master Classes, Seminars & Technical Demonstrations

  • Opening Night Industry Reception (hosted by the screen industry guilds)

  • Closing Night Awards & Screenings

Attendance at the Industry Reception, Closing Night Awards and most events is free. There is a charge for a limited number of events.


Event Info

Date
08 Dec 2017 - 09 Dec 2017

Location
Australian Film Television and Radio School Building 130 The Entertainment Quarter Moore Park, NSW 2021

Time
Fri, 08/12/2017, 9:30 am – Sat, 09/12/2017, 9:00 pm AEDT

Cost
Free


Website
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Event Calendar

Nov

24

The Audrey Recording Initiative aims to provide three young unsigned female, trans and non-binary emerging artists with the opportunity to record a single in a safe and supportive creative space at our professional recording studio in Coburg, Victoria with world class award winning producer/ engineer Anna Laverty.

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Nov

29

Returning to Sydney in 2017, Electronic Music Conference sees Asia-Pacific's electronic music community come together for two days of music discovery and collaboration. 

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Nov

30

Music SA in partnership with moshtix, is thrilled to announce the creation of a new scholarship to assist in developing the career of a female South Australian music industry professional and addressing the barriers for women trying to forge a career in the music industry.

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Nov

30

Music SA is a not-for-profit body that develops, support and promotes original contemporary music. We’ve found the perfect excuse for the music industry, their family and friends to get together to enjoy some games, prizes, cake, art, a raffle, door prizes and of course music!

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Nov

30

There’s been a slight shift on the needle of gender diversity, but as a sector we still have a very long way to go before we can claim to reflect true equality.

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