Submit your Composition
2021 Composition Competition
The University of Sydney Piano Society | The Chau Chak Wing Museum | The Conservatorium Students' Association
Entries will be judged anonymously, so please do not include your real name on the piece. We will use your provided phone number to contact you. If you have any concerns, please contact us separately.
This competition is open to all composers from and residing in Australia under the age of 27 in 2021 (not turning 27 until 1 January 2022). Entrance for members of the University of Sydney Union is free (signup to the union is free for all students enrolled at the University of Sydney). The submission fee is $15 for all other eligible composers*. Please pay to the following bank account details, with your nom de plume for identification:
BSB: 062 284
Account Number: 1051 7214
In submitting this work, you are allowing the Sydney University Piano Society to replicate it for the purposes of adjudication, and are giving the society the rights to perform it for one premiere concert. You are also giving the Chau Chak Wing Museum the rights to replicate the winning composition for the purposes of displaying it as a part of their exhibition during the time of the course of its run. All other rights to the work will be yours. The society maintains the right, along with the Conservatorium Students' Association, to adjudicate a shortlist that is to be presented to an adjudicator of their choice to determine the winner of the competition. No correspondence will be entered into once the winner is announced.
*The University of Sydney Piano Society is committed to supporting young Australian composers, and ensuring that everyone has equal access to every opportunity, particularly in the difficult era we are currently living in. If you believe that a $15 fee is prohibitively expensive and may put you in a position of financial hardship, please feel free to waive your submission fee. This is a self-reported system, so we trust entrants to do the right thing.
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