Score IT! 2018 Finalists Announced
Congratulation to this years finalists and everyone who entered!
Score IT! Plus
Hudson Beck (Grade 12) from Moreton Bay Boys’ College
William Elvin (Grade 9) from Hubbard’s School
Ray Lin (Grade 12) from Stretton State College
Lachlan Moulds (Grade 11) from The Rockhampton Grammar School
William Ridgway (Grade 12) from Anglican Church Grammar School
Score IT! Junior
Daniel Chen (Grade 10) from All Saints Anglican College
Elliena Escott (Grade 10) from Trinity Lutheran College
Imogen Ferdinando (Grade 10) from Noosa Pengari Steiner School
Thomas Gray (Grade 9) from Townsville Grammar School
Score IT! Senior
Liam Burne-Johnston (Grade 11) from Anglican Church Grammar School
Aidan Campbell (Grade 12) from Anglican Church Grammar School
Nicholas Hughes (Grade 12) from Anglican Church Grammar School
Lucas Taylor (Grade 12) from Anglican Church Grammar School
Score IT! Competition
Score IT! is a state-wide film-scoring competition open to all secondary school students in Queensland. The competition challenges young composers to create an original composition to accompany a short film produced by Griffith Film School. Score IT! categories are as follows:
Based on year level, students compete in either Score IT! Junior or Senior by composing and recording a soundtrack using instruments of their choice. The more challenging Score IT! Plus is open to all secondary students, requiring composition for specific instruments and submission of a written score.
Entrants are judged by an expert panel including Katie Noonan, and award-winning screen composer and orchestrator, Cameron Patrick, known for orchestrating films such as Spider-Man: Homecoming for Marvel, Star Trek Into Darkness for Paramount; and Jurassic World for Universal; as well as industry leaders from Griffith Film School, Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University and Queensland School of Film and TV.
Score IT! finalists will be invited in July 2018, to take part in a number of composition workshops and masterclasses led by senior lecturers and practitioners from the Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University, and also take part in a half day workshop with top video and digital school, Queensland School of Film and TV and, at the concluding awards ceremony, the winning Score IT! Plus composition will be performed by students from Queensland Conservatorium Griffith University. Prizes will also be awarded to all finalists.
For regional finalists, travel and accommodation costs will be covered by Queensland Music Festival to bring the selected student and a guardian to Brisbane for the July Score IT! activities.