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Jerome Hynes Composers Award
The Jerome Hynes Young Composers’ Award is an award of €2,500 for the commission of a new work to be premiered at the NCH giving a young composer a platform to showcase their talent.
- Anselm McDonnell (2022)
- Timothy Doyle (2020)
- Kevin Terry (2019)
- Christopher Moriarty (2018)
- Robert Coleman (2017)
- David Coonan (2016)
- Eoghan Desmond (2015)
- Alex Dowling and Amanda Feery (2014)
- Emma O’Halloran (2013)
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- Entrants must be 30 years old or younger. They must be Irish or living in Ireland
- Entrants must submit the scores of two existing original pieces, at least one of which must be for voice and piano – all names and identifying features must be removed from the scores before applying for the Award
- Scores must be submitted in pdf format
- An audio recording of the two submitted pieces is ideal but not essential
- Judging will be anonymous; the composer’s name must be removed from the scores before submitting, if not the application will be disqualified
- Previous winners of this competition are not eligible to enter
- €2,500 will be awarded to the winning composer
- Only one application per composer will be accepted
- The judges’ decision is final and is not open to appeal
- The winning composer will retain the copyright of the commissioned work
- The submitted compositions must be the work of the original entrant.