After waiting for over 24 months, another exciting Eisteddfod Season is about to begin! Come along and see the most outstanding, young talent in the SW.
Highlight Evenings at 7pm
At the New Lyric Theatre
Saturday 29th May Piano Scholarship Competition
At the Bunbury Regional Entertainment Theatre
Thursday 10th June Evening of Jazz, Drama & Voice
Friday 11th June Open & High School Choirs & Singing
Saturday 12th June Contemporary Music, Singing & Rock Bands
Monday 14th June Concert bands, Brass & Woodwind
Friday 18th June High School Troupes & Dancers
Saturday 19th June Dance Production & Dance Scholarship.
Saturday 26th June GALA Concert, the best of the best.
PIANO May 28th – 29th New Lyric 9am to 9pm
STRINGS May 30 New Lyric 10am to 4pm
VOCAL, CHOIRS June 10th – 11th BREC 11am to 9pm
CONTEMPORARY June 12th BREC 9am to 9pm
BANDS June 14 BREC 3:30pm to 10pm
DANCE June 15th – 19th BREC 9am to 10pm
WHAT’S NEW IN 2021
This year the Eisteddfod is introducing some exciting new changes. Firstly, our highly successful Dance scholarship concept is now going to be extended across other disciplines. There will be separate scholarship sections for: - Contemporary Music Dance Instrumental Piano Vocal These scholarships will replace the many of the pre-existing trophies and also the recital sections. MUSIC SCRIPTS To try to make entering easier, music scripts will no longer be required for all sections 12 years and below and for Novice sections. DANCE To align better with other dance competitions, we are making some changes in how we manage dance. 1) We are introducing a $10 registration fee for all dancers. This fee will entitle the dancer to a pass giving access to the auditorium for all of dance week. This fee will be in addition to the normal entry fees. 2) All troupes will now be charged $7 per competitor. LOCATIONS This year we will be using the New Lyric theatre as well as the BREC. The New Lyric will be used for piano and some instrumental sections.