Thank you for nominating for the 2022 Paul Lowin Orchestral and Song Cycle Prizes. 

Before you begin, ensure that you have all submission material ready and that you have carefully read the rules and guidelines. If you are nominating a work on behalf of a composer, you do not need to submit any material.
Supporting Materials to prepare

If you are nominating a work that you have composed, please be prepared to submit: 

1. A PDF score of your work


All movements, performance instructions, or lead sheets must be combined into a single PDF file.

No indication of the identity of the composer or the librettist(s) (if applicable) should be shown on the score, including dedications. Do not include the composer, librettist or performer's name in the file name of your submitted score file. Use only the title of the work as the file name.

2. A URL for a downloadable audio file (optional)
Audio files must be provided as a downloadable file link (e.g. via Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive). Your downloadable audio file remains available via the provided link until Friday 15 July.

Do not include the composer, librettist or performer's name in the file name of your submitted audio files. Use only the title of the work as the file name.

Audio files must be stripped of any metadata prior to upload. See a how-to guide

Video files will not be accepted.
Rules and Guidelines

By proceeding with this nomination, you agree that you have read and understood the Rules and Guidelines.
 
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