Eisteddfod Flute Division Results 1981 -2017

Adelaide Eisteddfod Flute, Brass And Woodwind Divisions 2018

When: August 10-12

Where: Unley Uniting Church, 187 Unley Road, Unley (August 10, 12).

Where: Salvation Army Citadel, 55 George Street, Norwood (August 11).

Adjudicators: Tim Nott, Lisa Gill, Sabine Daniels (Flute), Kevin Joughin (Brass), Mitchell Berick (Woodwind)

Enquiries for Flute, Brass and Woodwind Divisions to the Convenor, Robert Brown OAM, Ph. 8431-0452, e-mail robbrown@adam.com.au.

Admission: $8, Adelaide Eisteddfod Members and Children 12 years and under free

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Adelaide Eisteddfod Special Award Winners Concert

When: Monday, September 24, 7-30 pm

Where: Salvation Army Citadel, 55 George Street, Norwood.

Admission: Adult, $10; Seniors/Students, $8; Children under 16 free

Young Virtuoso SA Final 2018

Adjudicators: Rodney Smith and Josie Hawkes OAM

When: Sunday, October 14, 2-30 pm

Where: St John’s Anglican Church, 379 Halifax Street, Adelaide

Admission: Adult $15, 5MBS Members $10, Student $5.  Available from TryBooking from September 1.




The 22nd Balaklava Eisteddfod will be held from August 3-5.  Friday August 3, Bands, Rock Bands, Instrumental Ensembles, Choirs, Vocal Ensembles.  Saturday August 4, Vocal (Classical and Non-classical), Musical Theatre, Contemporary Vocal, Instrumental, Piano, Speech and Drama.  Sunday August 5, Finale Concert including adjudication of the Adelaide Plains Male Voice Choir Vocal Scholarship.  Entries will open on April 6 and close on May 7.  Visit http://www.balaklavaeisteddfod.org.au, Facebook http://www.facebook.com/BalaklavaEisteddfod, e-mail info@balaklavaeisteddfod.org.au.



The Mount Gambier Eisteddfod is part of the ongoing work of Backstage Incorporated (founded in 1978).  The various divisions include Choral and Vocal (July 27-July 31) and Music (August 2-4).  Entries will be via Stardom, visit http://www.stardom.com.au/ and look for ‘Mt Gambier Eisteddfod’ under ‘Competitions’.  Visit the website at http://www.backstageinc.org.au/.



Performance experience

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, and Secondary and Tertiary Level Assessments.

Audition Skills

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.

Performance Opportunities

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.