NSW - Glories of the Score

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.

Screen Music Competition

Submissions are open until 1 December for the first Glories of the Score Student Screen Music Competition.

The five award categories for the Competition are:

  • Best Original Score by a secondary student
  • Best Original Score by a tertiary student
  • Best Original Score by an ex-student or non-student
  • Best Live Performance to a Screen
  • Best Music Video

Submissions will be viewed by a judging panel chaired by Guy Gross.

Finalists will be selected to screen at the Glories of the Score event, and one winner from each category will receive the Jury Prize at the Award Ceremony on Saturday 9 December.

Award winners will share in prizes including;

  • Professional music studio equipment from Roland, Sounds Easy, Innovative Music
  • A three-hour mixing session at Trackdown Studios
  • A five-week internship at Church Street Studios including full time use of Composing Suite 4. aka “The Retro Room” along with a $400 weekly per-diem from the AFTRS. *

Enter Now: gloriesofthescore.org/student-competition/


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

Cost
Free


Website
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Event Calendar

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Feb

27

Grab some F2F time with the state's top music industry pros.

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