21 March 2012
Next Paul Lowin Prizes to be offered in 2013
Following recent discussions between the AMC and Perpetual, the Paul Lowin Prizes planned for 2012 will be deferred to 2013 due to the limited returns from investments held by the Trust. An announcement will be made in early 2013 calling for entries.
The Paul Lowin Prizes consist of the $25,000 Orchestral Prize and the $15,000 Song Cycle Prize. The award-winners in the most recent Paul Lowin Prizes in 2009 were Mary Finsterer, for her work In Praise of Darkness, and Andrew Schultz for his song cycle To the evening star.
> For more information about these awards, see the Paul Lowin Prizes subpage.
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