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How to Enter - Entries, Schedule and Rules

 

1. Please ensure that you read the following document:

The 2019 Schedule of Sections (PDF) which includes the General Conditions and the Eisteddfod Competition Rules. This document contains a list of all the events (sections) into which you can enter, and specifies any special restrictions or requirements for particular sections. You may enter into as many items you wish to that you are eligible for.

2. Proceed to the Stardom system to lodge and pay for your entries. Please remember to order a Program so that you will know the dates and times when you will be performing. Entries close on 30 June.

3. On the day of your performance, please arrive at the registration desk for check-in, with a copy of you music/script (if applicable) for the adjudicator no later than 20 minutes before the commencement of the session your section is rostered for. We cannot guarantee that other entrants will turn up, and whole sections have occasionally been cancelled due to withdrawals.

(Please note, if your discipline provides an accompanist and you intend to make use of their services, you must make contact with the accompanist at least 2 weeks prior to the scheduled performance. The accompanist may decline to accompany an entrant if this courtesy has not been observed).

The following are tentative dates (subject to possible minor changes) for when the disciplines will be timetabled:

Vocal (Solos)31 August - 1 September
Choral & Vocal Groups2 - 3 September
Instrumental4 - 7 September
Piano8 - 10 September
Speech & Drama11 - 13 September
Brass Solos14 September
Brass Bands15 September
Theatrical Dancing20 - 29 September

We are a child safe organisation. Our Child Safety Policy can be found on the Volunteering page.

If you have any queries, please email us: eist@lve.org.au

Music Copyright

Please make sure all your music selections are from original, published sheet music that you possess, or that are in the public domain.

Entrants in music performance sections are required to bring originals of submitted music with them on the day of their performance, and any photocopies submitted for adjudication will be destroyed after the competition in accordance with Copyright Regulations.