Sydney Eisteddfod 2023
Posted by Team APATA | Apr 20, 2023
Celebrating its 90th anniversary the Sydney Eisteddfod will be hosting 350 events featuring 25,000 entrants.
Featuring Choir, Classical Singing, Contemporary Singing, Dance, Instrumental, Piano and Speech and Drama the eisteddfod is set to light up calendars for the next 3 months when ‘Violins and Brass’ and ‘Monologues’ begin the festival in the last week of May.
“Since 1933 Sydney Eisteddfod has been contributing to the evolving culture of Australia by nurturing the performing arts at a grass roots level and providing life-changing opportunities for young artists. With over 350 events, we encourage the development of artistic and creative skills, and offer some of the most prestigious scholarships in the Australian performing arts.
At the heart of Sydney Eisteddfod’s activities lies its flagship event: a competitive performing arts festival that runs from May to September. Throughout this period, the organisation provides a stage for singers, dancers, actors, musicians, composers, bands, choirs, and orchestras to showcase their talents in some of Sydney’s premier venues.”
Eisteddfods are a way for young performers to put their skills to the test, meet fellow like-minded students, build on their portfolio of experiences and most of all…have fun.
Post-Covid we are all enjoying a return to live, social, in-person events and the opportunity to be in front of an audience again is palpable.
Last year when the Sydney Eisteddfod reopened, General Manager Annette Brown spoke to cutcommonmag.com where she had this to say, “In my experience, performance without an audience isn’t really performance. We can’t wait to hear the wonderful sound of applause after a performance, and we know that our entrants can’t either! A prize or scholarship is just an added bonus.” Read the full article HERE
To see what events are available to enter visit sydneyeisteddfod.com.au