Entries for the 2018 Adelaide Eisteddfod Flute, Woodwind, Recorder and Brass Divisions are now open. They will close on Friday April 13 at 5 pm.
Teachers, if you entered any of your students last year using your e-mail address, please tell them about the 2018 Adelaide Eisteddfod.
When: Flute/Woodwind, Friday August 10-Monday August 13; Brass, Mid August; Recorder, Saturday June 30.
Venues: Flute/Woodwind – Unley Uniting Church, 187 Unley Road, Unley and Salvation Army Citadel, 55 George Street, Norwood; Brass, TBA; Recorder, Salvation Army Citadel, 55 George Street, Norwood.
Adjudicators: Flute – Lisa Gill, Tim Nott and Sabine Daniels; Woodwind – TBA; Brass – Kevin Joughin; Recorder – TBA.
Enquiries for Flute and Woodwind Divisions to the Convenor, Robert Brown, Ph. 8431-0452, e-mail email@example.com.
Enquiries for the Brass Division to Robert Brown, Ph. 8431-0452, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Enquiries for the Recorder Division to the Convenor, Frances Norton, Ph. 8431-5866, e-mail email@example.com.
Entries for the 2018 Adelaide Eisteddfod are on-line. In your web browser open http://www.stardom.com.au/. ‘Stardom Performing Arts Competitions’ will appear. Log in with your Stardom username and password or register for an account so you can log in. Once you have logged in, click on ‘Create New Entry’. Look for ‘Adelaide Eisteddfod’ under ‘Select Competition’ and then click on ‘View Rules’. Once you have read the rules click on the white and green arrow to open the list of Sections. Click on + to open the Sections that you wish to view. Clicking on – will allow you to view different Sections. Indicate the sections you wish to enter by clicking on the box (a tick will appear). ‘Next’ will take you the rest of the way. Visit the Adelaide Eisteddfod website at http://sacomment.com/aes/eisteddfod/ for more information. Entries will close on April 13 at 5 pm. No late entries will be accepted.
On the Stardom Homepage look for ‘Competitions open for taking entries’ and click on + to view the programmes for the 2018 Adelaide Eisteddfod that you would like to view to see what is being offered without entering.
Flute Duet and Flute Trio or Quartet sections – please think about entering. We would like the number of entries to increase. Please decide which ensemble partner is going to submit the entry, and remember to give your partner’s name(s). Check out the Orchestral Excerpts section. The opportunity to present orchestral excerpts is now only available in the AMEB syllabuses at Licentiate level. Previous First prize winners may enter this section again.
Think about entering the Flute Concerto, Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto, Wind Recital and the Eisteddfod Ensemble Event. Please note that different concerti must be played for the Flute Concerto section and Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto. Geoffrey Collins, sponsor of the Australian Flute Solo, has increased the prize money being offered (prizes of $150 and $80), so please think about entering this section; we would love to have some entries in 2018. Grade 7 and 8 Flute Solo has been rebadged as Grade 7 and 8 and Certificate of Performance Flute Solo and Flute Solo 18 Years and Above, for competitors not studying music full time as a tertiary student, is new!
There is a good variety of sections for you. Also look for the Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto and the Eisteddfod Ensemble Event.
There are three sections for you – have a look. Also look for the Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto and the Eisteddfod Ensemble Event.
There is an exciting program for you. Also look for the Adelaide Eisteddfod Concerto and the Eisteddfod Ensemble Event.
It is only possible to participate in this event by entering the String and Wind Recitals at the Adelaide Eisteddfod, via sections F939/W939/B939/R939. This will be held at the Norwood Salvation Army Citadel in mid August.
The SA Final will be held on Sunday October 14 at St John’s Church, Halifax Street, Adelaide at 2.30 pm. The prizes for the SA Final will be: Vocal Prize: $750; Instrumental Prize: $750, SA Finalist Prize: $1,500. These prizes are sponsored by Beta Sigma Phi and Size Music. The National Final will be held in Brisbane, with the Prize being a $10,000 Travelling Scholarship provided by Freemasons Victoria and the Australian Fine Music Network.
So, let’s have lots of entries for the String and Wind Recital and you could end up winning the $10,000 Scholarship! Wind means flute, woodwind, brass and recorder.
WHY ENTER THE 2018 ADELAIDE EISTEDDFOD?
Irrespective of students’ aims in music the experience of performing in public is vital. This builds confidence, and above all, the chance to experience the enjoyment and excitement of performing.
Every competitor receives the assessment of an accomplished and independent adjudicator. Try out and improve your programs for exams such as AMEB, ABRSM or Trinity Guildhall, and Secondary and Tertiary Level Assessments.
Many aspiring professionals fail to show their best at auditions and miss study or job opportunities. The answer is practice and the conditions at the Eisteddfod competitions are ideal for this purpose.
The finals of the advanced competitions are held in prestigious venues. Several musical organisations look for their soloists at the Eisteddfod competitions.
Valuable Prizes and Recognition
Prizes include certificates, vouchers, medallions, cash and a major scholarship. All are evidence of achievements to enhance CVs.