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Works demonstrating a composer’s work in community engagement alongside compositional craft.

(a) This category is judged anonymously. As such entrants must remove any reference to the composer’s identity, including gender pronouns and references to previous compositions. Please use the anonymity checklist to ensure submitted materials comply.
(b) This category is for works arising from a project where the composer has worked with a group of participants. Interaction between the composer and the participants is a primary purpose for the work’s existence, and the composer’s interaction will be judged equally alongside the quality of the finished composition. Entrants are asked additional questions relating to the nature and purpose of the project, the nature of interaction with the participants and how this relates to the final work, and the composer’s contribution to delivery of the overall project. As such, entrants must supply additional anonymised information about the project; for example a project timetable, videos of workshops, testimonials from participants and a project report.
(c) An anonymised PDF score, of the entire work, must be submitted.
(d) An anonymised audio recording of the entire work must be submitted. Recordings must be uploaded in MP3 (192Kbps or above) format only. Anonymised video may also be submitted if appropriate. Videos must be in MP4, AVI or MOV format only.
(e) Composer biography, programme note and resume of the work’s exposure should be submitted. Please note this information is not revealed to the judges so does not need to be anonymised but will be used for adjudication and in the case the work is nominated.

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