Karl Jenkins Composition Award 2019

- The Jenkins Award 2019 is a composition competition for students from ISCMS Member Schools.
- Only one entry is allowed per school. Schools must choose their best composition to enter into the competition.
- The piece for
The Jenkins Award 2019 must be scored as a choral piece (SATB) with accompaniment. NOT symphony orchestra. The accompaniment may be for piano or organ. The accompaniment may be an electronic tape/audio file.
- The piece must be between 3 - 6 minutes in duration.
- A well edited final score must be submitted along with an audio file. See below.
- The closing date is
10 November 2018.
- The winning composition will be performed at the ISCMS XII Gala Concert on Saturday 23 February, 2019


Previous Jenkins Award Winners

2018
Jason Ryu - Upepo Na Wakati
The Winner of The Jenkins Award in 2018 was Jason Ryu. Jason's piece, entitled Upepo Na Wakati was performed in the Gala Concert in Suzhou, China in February 2018.

2017
Jordan Lin - Don't Leave Me
The Winner of The Jenkins Award in 2017 was Jordan Lin. Jordan's piece, entitled Don't Leave Me was performed in the Gala Concert in Beijing, China in February 2017.

2016
Tristen Wang - Hua Fei Hua
The Winner of The Jenkins Award in 2016 was Tristen Wang. Tristen’s piece, entitled Hua Fei Hua was performed in the Gala Concert in Zhuhai, China in January 2016.

2015
Bjorn Shen - Collapse
The Winner of The Jenkins Award in 2015 was Bjorn Shen. Bjorn’s piece, entitled Collapse was performed in the Gala Concert in Shanghai, China in February 2015.

2014

Gordon Yam - The Rise of the Trolls
The Winner of The Jenkins Award in 2014 was Gordon Yam. Gordon's piece, entitled The Rise of the Trolls was performed in the Gala Concert in Beijing, China in February 2014.

2013
John Hui - The Hollow Men
The winner of the inaugural Jenkins Award in 2013 was John Hui. John's piece, entitled The Hollow Men was performed in the Gala Concert in Busan, South Korea in February 2013.