Wed, 14 Oct | Online event

Emerging Screen Composers Toolkit Talk

A 1 hour online session covering critical information on how to create a sustainable career as a screen composer, part of the on-going AGSC Webinar Series 2020.
Registration is Closed

Time & Location

14 Oct 2020, 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm AEDT
Online event

About The Event

The next webinar our popular series is aimed at upcoming and emerging composers who are at the start of their careers, or or expanding from the live or recording music scene, or studying with the aim of becoming a screen composer. Find out how to create a sustainable career as a screen composer in this 1 hour online session, presented by the AGSC’s Dale Cornelius, Board Member and established screen composer of feature films, documentaries and television series, in Australia and internationally.

Date:  Wednesday 14 October 2020

Time:  5pm – 6pm online

How:  Register online at,au/upcoming-events

Speaker: Presented by screen composer and AGSC board member, Dale Cornelius, an AACTA and APRA Screen Music multi-nominee and award-winning composer who has over 20 years experience in the sector, covering feature film, television drama, documentary, and children’s animation. Dale has composed the music for over 200 hours of content, including; Mary & Max, Charlie and Boots, Backtrack, The Doctor Blake Mysteries, Blinky Bill - The Movie, The Saddle Club, and documentaries such as; Hidden Universe (IMAX), Uranium - Twisting the Dragon’s Tail(PBS USA/ARTE France/SBS series), Mother With a Gun (Netflix U.S.), Murder in the Snow (BBC), and Penguin Island (ABC/BBC series). 

Presented by: The AGSC is dedicated to supporting all established and emerging screen composers in Australia, helping them to navigate the ever-changing challenges of scoring for film, television, games and other media.

As the only dedicated hub for professional screen composers in Australia, the AGSC is the central point for the Australian screen composition community, providing information, resources, advocacy and support for its members, addressing important industry topics through its regular newsletters, member events and social gatherings. The AGSC advocates for the rights of composers to the ownership of copyright and publishing of their work, commensurate compensation for music commissioned, and functions as a support network to its members engaged in screen music and works closely with other screen guilds and music organisations in its work. 

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