The winners have been announced! Congratulations to...
Kethaki Prathivadi from North Halifax Grammar School
Junaid Rehman from High Storrs School
Joseph Beesley from Eltham College
Molly Conrad from New Hall School
Francis Wignall from Oakham School
Dafydd Davies from Ysgol Bryngwyn School
Diego Perez Alvarez from St Mary's College, Hull
Bertie Baigent from The Cherwell School
William Gough from The Purcell School of Music
Alex Woolf from Hills Road Sixth Form College
Well done everyone! Their winning Fanfares will now be work shopped and adapted by the composers in residence at the Royal Opera House, before being performed and recorded by the Royal Opera House Orchestra! You can listen to their winning entries here.
A Fanfare is simply a short piece of music designed to grab your attention.
Winners workshops: 18th and 23rd April 2012
Recording Session with the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House: 19 May 2012
Public premiere of the winning fanfares at the Royal Opera House: 30 June 2012 (evening)
Please check our Terms and Conditions for further details.
Our resources can also be found on the Teaching Music website:
Up to ten winners will be selected, chosen by a panel of Royal Opera House professionals.
Each winner will get the chance to attend a workshop to develop their fanfare with a professional composer and musicians from the Orchestra of the Royal Opera House.
The Orchestra of the Royal Opera House, conducted by world-renowned conductor Antonio Pappano, will record the final fanfares. The recordings will be heard by thousands of people throughout 2012/13 before and in the intervals of ballet and opera performances at the Royal Opera House.
The winning entries will be chosen by a panel of Royal Opera House composers, conductors and professional musicians.
Please read our Terms & Conditions.
To explore further visit:
Royal Opera House Fanfare page
Teaching Music resources
Short films and audio excerpts on YouTube.