Compositions must be unpublished, must not have won any other competition, and must not be under consideration by any publisher or for any other prize for the duration of the competition. Compositions must also have never been previously performed.
ACU will hold the right to convene the first performance of the winning work in each division and will hold exclusive performance and recording rights for one year after the date the prizes are awarded. Copyright will remain with the author.
Applicants for the ACU student division must be students enrolled in an ACU academic program in 2018.
Entry in the liturgical division is open to all citizens or permanent residents of Australia and any international student, including ACU staff and students.
Entrants’ names must not appear on any page of the work, but only on the entry form.
Multiple entries are permitted. Separate submissions and entry forms are required for each entry.
The closing date for entries is Friday 31 August 2018.
Entries will only be accepted via website submission. Scores must be in PDF format.
ACU reserves the right not to award a prize in any or all divisions or to split the prize money between multiple winners in any division.
ACU reserves the right to require modifications/revisions to winning scores in each division in advance of any performance of the works.
The winning compositions in each division, as well as shortlisted and commended works will be announced on 5 October 2018. Applicants will be emailed the results of the prize.
The judges’ decision will be final and no correspondence about the result will be entered into.
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