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2021
CALL FOR

SCORES

Winners and Top Finalists Announced!

Submissions for 2022 open September 1, 2021

 
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Hear the Winners' Music

 
Magic TaleYakov Alexandrov (WINNER)
00:00 / 02:11
First FlightYakov Alexandrov (WINNER)
00:00 / 01:51
HumanityReiko Nomura (WINNER)
00:00 / 02:07

Hear the Top Finalists' Music

 
 
BACCHUS SuiteKarel Bredenhorst (TOP FINALIST)
00:00 / 01:50
The Evil in DannyKarel Bredenhorst (TOP FINALIST)
00:00 / 03:09
DreamZong Chiang (TOP FINALIST)
00:00 / 02:43
A Silver LiningFabian Joosten (TOP FINALIST)
00:00 / 03:25

2021 Call for Scores Finalists

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2021
CALL FOR

SCORES

Submit your original orchestral music for adjudication by the faculty at the European Academy of Fine Arts / Film Scoring Academy of Europe. You must submit a PDF and audio (mp3) of your score via the form below. mp3's can be notation software audio renderings, MIDI mockups, or live recorded.

The two (2) winners will have their music recorded by the European Recording Orchestra (ERO) at Bulgarian National Radio Studio 1 with a combined 104-piece symphony orchestra and choir in May, 2021.

Winners can choose to record 1) a pre-existing original composition, 2) a newly composed work, or 3) a work synced to any visual media via click.

Composers may submit as many original compositions as desired following the application process below. Submitting more than one piece gives the faculty a greater opportunity to adjudicate the composer's creative voice, and to assess his/her compositional abilities across a variety of styles, moods, or genres.  A €35 Application Fee will be applicable for each submission.

There are no restrictions on instrumentation, style, age, ethnicity, or experience. Submit your best work and let the faculty adjudicate your creative voice as a composer.

Submission deadline: March 31, 2021

Submissions for 2022 open September 1, 2021

 

Previous Winners

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