BRISBANE EISTEDDFOD INC, 2017
INSTRUMENTAL - ENTRIES NOW OPEN - PIANO, STRINGS, WOODWIND & BRASS
31 Aug 2017 to 10 Sep 2017
(To be confirmed after receipt of Entries and Programming has been finalised)

RULES FOR ALL INSTRUMENTAL EVENTS


PIANO  followed by STRINGS followed by WOODWIND & BRASS


Piano 2017

Event Management Team:

Piano: Claire Ashman

CONTACT

instrumental@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

 

DATES & ADJUDICATORS

Piano – 31st August to 3rd September 2017  

Adjudicators: TBA

 

AGE REQUIREMENTS

AGE IS AS AT 1st JANUARY 2017

Competitors must adhere to age levels – Junior and Intermediates may not compete in Senior Sections.

 

ENTRIES  - Entry Fee per Section

OPEN - Thursday 30th March   CLOSE – Friday 30 June

Late entries are permitted up to 7 July and will incur a late entry fee of $25 per entry.

All entries and payments are to be submitted online via STARDOM – https://www.stardom.com.au/.

Please also refer to the STARDOM information page within this Schedule of Events.

 

VENUE

Max Olding Auditorium and Musical Theatrette

AMEB Building

9 Nathan Avenue

Ashgrove QLD

 

Venue Car Park and onstreet parking (Free)

Numerous Accommodation Options in close Proximity

NB. No EFTPOS Facilities are available (Cash Only).

 

COPYRIGHT

It is important that all competitors and teachers realise their responsibilities regarding laws under the Australian Copyright Act 3rd edition 2006 for both sheet music and recorded backings. This year there is only one AMCOS form, which covers copyright of your copies for both the adjudicator and your accompanist. This will be completed for each entrant as part of your online registration (Stardom).

 

 

SHEET MUSIC

Competitors are reminded that 2 copies of your music are required; one for the Adjudicator and one for the Accompanist. The appropriate AMCOS form must be attached to each copy.

The copy for the Accompanist should be presented in a form suitable for use at the piano.

At the conclusion of the performance, the Accompanist’s copy may be returned to the entrant.

The copy for the adjudicator MUST be marked clearly with the section number and the competitor’s number but NOT the competitor’s name.

SHEET MUSIC TO BE HANDED IN ON THE DAY OF COMPETITION, PRIOR TO START OF SECTION. Folders for collection of the sheet music for each section will be available at the door/foyer. Please also complete the Section list with your competitor number and title of piece.

To cover your sheet music copyright obligations, you will complete the AMCOS Form as part of your online registration. (refer to COPYRIGHT paragraph). The Eisteddfod Committee has the right to destroy any photocopies immediately after adjudication. At the conclusion of the performance, any original music provided to the Accompanist may be returned to the entrant.

 

TIME LIMITS

Time limits must be strictly adhered to.

Time Limits are as specified in the Section listings within the Schedule. If a competitor goes over the time limit, they may be penalised.

 

ACCOMPANISTS

You are welcome to bring your own accompanist. Please visit The Accompanists Guild website http://www.accompanistsguildofqld.org/ or www.mtaq.org.au for a full list of accompanists.

The Brisbane Eisteddfod recommends that you arrange a rehearsal with your accompanist prior to the Eisteddfod. Payment for rehearsals is a matter for negotiation between competitors and accompanists.

PLEASE NOTE: As all of the accompanists have many musical commitments outside of the eisteddfod, it is advisable to ring as soon as possible

RULES - GENERAL

 

  1. Competitors participate in this Eisteddfod according to all rules and guidelines listed.
  2. The Event Management Team (EMT) reserves the right to allow variances of all rules and guidelines at their discretion. The EMT reserves the right to decide on any matter not covered by all listed rules and guidelines. Decisions of this nature will be deemed final without further question.
  3. Volunteers and Adjudicator/s are not permitted to advise, interpret or vary any rules or guidelines. The EMT will not accept responsibility for any outcome arising from such unauthorized actions.
  4. The EMT will not be responsible for any breach of Copyright, Royalty or Privacy laws.
  5. The Venue and surrounds are SMOKE FREE!
  6. A high standard of decorum, behaviour and professionalism is expected at all times. Unseemly, aggressive, abusive or unsportsmanlike behaviour is contrary to the spirit of the Eisteddfod and will not be tolerated in any form. The EMT will deal with any issues of this nature, as it deems appropriate.
  7. In the interest of fairness no competitor will be allowed to perform if they have had professional contact with any adjudicator/s in the six months prior to the start date of the Eisteddfod.
  8. Personal communication with or other representation to the adjudicator/s by competitors, teachers, parents, friends or associated parties is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification at the Committee's discretion.
  9. The Adjudicator/s may exercise discretion and withhold one or more prizes in any section.
  10. The Adjudicator/s reserve the right to terminate a performance at any time within the rules and guidelines of the Eisteddfod. The Adjudicator/s' decisions are final.
  11. The EMT reserves the right to appoint substitute adjudicator/s if circumstances require.
  12. Awards and prize money will be allocated as per the Schedule.
  13. The EMT reserves the right to alter or amend the program in any way. Sections may be combined or cancelled as deemed necessary.
  14. Private videography or photography with any device is prohibited at all times in the Auditorium. The EMT has engaged professionals that have sole rights and comply with the Information Privacy Act.
  15. Videography and photography in dressing rooms must comply with the guidelines of the Information Privacy Act.
  16. Practice or rehearsal is not permitted on stage at any time during the course of the Eisteddfod.
  17. No person will be permitted to enter or leave the Auditorium during a performance.
  18. All mobile phones must be turned off within the Auditorium.
  19. A protest of any nature must be made in writing and lodged with the EMT within one hour of the conclusion of the section in which the disputed matter arises. Protests will only be accepted from teachers and attract a $25 fee. The fee is refundable if the protest is upheld. Any protest will be referred to a Protest EMT for settlement and the resulting decision will be final and accepted without further question.
  20. The EMT will not be liable for personal items lost or stolen during the course of the Eisteddfod. Lost property will be held for a period of one month after the final day of the Eisteddfod.


Rules Specific to Piano

  1. Performances are for soloists unless an event indicates otherwise.
  2. A person may perform only ONCE in the SAME event.
  3. A different item is required for each event unless repeat performances are specifically allowed. If it is specifically indicated that an item may be repeated, it may be repeated ONLY ONCE (except when progressing to Finals).
  4. Time limits normally provide for the presentation of ONE ITEM unless event requirements stipulate otherwise. They are strictly monitored and entrants exceeding the time limit will be eligible for 'comments only' - not for a placing.
  5. Registration and performance rules are strictly enforced (see 'General Rules).
  6. Entrants must conform to the age limits Random age checks will be made and entrants must carry a photocopy of their birth certificate or school ID with their date of birth.
  7. Entrants perform at their own risk. Entrants agree they are of good health and fitness, and physically able to participate in an event. All care will be demonstrated, but no liability will be accepted for any injury sustained whilst carrying out that performance.
  8. In case of insufficient entries in any event they may be combined with similar events.
  9. A copy of the music must be provided for the adjudicator. Music must be provided with the name of the item and the composer clearly marked. If a properly printed manuscript is not attainable for a particular contemporary piece, a chord chart or, at the least, lyrics must be submitted. Photocopies will not be returned.
  10. There will be warm-up facilities available. Each entrant will only be given 10 minutes of warm up time before it is their time to compete.
  11. FINALS: Finalists to repeat their item(s) from the heats, unless otherwise indicated.
  12. Piano Solo Awards - $20 Ellaways Voucher for 1st place + certificate, Medallions for 1st/2nd/3rd place: (6yrs&under)+(7yrs)+(8yrs)+(9yrs). One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a sonata, then only one movement is allowed. See time limits stipulated next to item.?
  13. Piano Solo Awards - $75 + $20 Ellaways Voucher + Certificate, $40 for Runner-up: (10-11yrs). One piece of music is to be played. NB: No concertos that have piano accompaniment. If you choose to play a sonata, then only one movement is allowed.
  14. Time Limit is up to 10 mins. Please note that a bell will be rung at the maximum time allowed whereby the competitor is to stop playing immediately. Therefore, please be careful in choosing your piece to fit into the time limit. ?
  15. Piano Solo Awards - $100 + $20 Ellaways Voucher + Certificate $50 for Runner-up: (12-14yrs). One piece of music is to be played. NB: No concertos that have piano accompaniment. If you chose to play a sonata, then only one movement is allowed.
  16. Time Limit is up to 10 mins. Please note that a bell will be rung at the maximum time allowed whereby the competitor is to stop playing immediately. Therefore please be careful in choosing your piece to fit into the time limit..
  17. Piano Solo Awards - $400 + $20 Ellaways Voucher + Certificate, $100 for Runner-up: (15yrs & over). One piece of music is to be played. NB: No concertos that have piano accompaniment. If you chose to play a sonata, then only one movement is allowed.
  18. Time Limit is up to 15 mins. Please note that a bell will be rung at the maximum time allowed whereby the competitor is to stop playing immediately. Therefore please be careful in choosing your piece to fit into the time limit.

 

DEFINITIONS

Piano: for acoustic piano only.

 

Category Description Definitions

 

Piano Solo Awards:   Any piece of music to be performed by an individual with or without accompaniment.  Please note the time limit for 10-11 and 12-14 years is 10 minutes maximum and for 15yrs & over it is a maximum of 15 minutes.  You are required to play one piece which can include more than one movement of that piece.  Concertos are not permitted.

Solo: Any piece of music to be performed by an individual. Unless otherwise stated, only one movement of a sonata. NB No concertos for piano in any of the items.

Classical or Romantic: Any classical or romantic style piece. (No Jazz).

Graded Sections: Any piece of music by at the grade level specified. Please confirm with your teacher?if you are unsure. Competitors must not have sat for a grade higher than stipulated. If there are not enough entries in any graded section, then it will be combined with another graded section.

Baroque Era – Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque Period i.e. mid 1600’s to mid 1700’s. eg. J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti, & Pachelbel, etc.

20th Century/21st Century – Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop.


Strings 2017

Event Management Team:

Piano: Claire Ashman

CONTACT

instrumental@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

 

DATES & ADJUDICATORS

Piano – 31st August to 3rd September 2017  

Adjudicators: TBA

 

AGE REQUIREMENTS

AGE IS AS AT 1st JANUARY 2017

Competitors must adhere to age levels – Junior and Intermediates may not compete in Senior Sections.

 

ENTRIES  - Entry Fee per Section

OPEN - Thursday 30th March   CLOSE – Friday 30 June

Late entries are permitted up to 7 July and will incur a late entry fee of $25 per entry.

All entries and payments are to be submitted online via STARDOM – https://www.stardom.com.au/.

Please also refer to the STARDOM information page within this Schedule of Events.

 

VENUE

Max Olding Auditorium and Musical Theatrette

AMEB Building

9 Nathan Avenue

Ashgrove QLD


Venue Car Park and onstreet parking (Free)

Numerous Accommodation Options in close Proximity

NB. No EFTPOS Facilities are available (Cash Only).

 

COPYRIGHT

It is important that all competitors and teachers realise their responsibilities regarding laws under the Australian Copyright Act 3rd edition 2006 for both sheet music and recorded backings. This year there is only one AMCOS form, which covers copyright of your copies for both the adjudicator and your accompanist. This will be completed for each entrant as part of your online registration (Stardom).


SHEET MUSIC

Competitors are reminded that 2 copies of your music are required; one for the Adjudicator and one for the Accompanist. The appropriate AMCOS form must be attached to each copy.

The copy for the Accompanist should be presented in a form suitable for use at the piano.

At the conclusion of the performance, the Accompanist’s copy may be returned to the entrant.

The copy for the adjudicator MUST be marked clearly with the section number and the competitor’s number but NOT the competitor’s name.

SHEET MUSIC TO BE HANDED IN ON THE DAY OF COMPETITION, PRIOR TO START OF SECTION. Folders for collection of the sheet music for each section will be available at the door/foyer. Please also complete the Section list with your competitor number and title of piece.

To cover your sheet music copyright obligations, you will complete the AMCOS Form as part of your online registration. (refer to COPYRIGHT paragraph). The Eisteddfod Committee has the right to destroy any photocopies immediately after adjudication. At the conclusion of the performance, any original music provided to the Accompanist may be returned to the entrant.

 

TIME LIMITS

Time limits must be strictly adhered to.

Time Limits are as specified in the Section listings within the Schedule. If a competitor goes over the time limit, they may be penalised.

 

ACCOMPANISTS

You are welcome to bring your own accompanist. Please visit The Accompanists Guild website http://www.accompanistsguildofqld.org/ or www.mtaq.org.au for a full list of accompanists.

The Brisbane Eisteddfod recommends that you arrange a rehearsal with your accompanist prior to the Eisteddfod. Payment for rehearsals is a matter for negotiation between competitors and accompanists.

PLEASE NOTE: As all of the accompanists have many musical commitments outside of the eisteddfod, it is advisable to ring as soon as possible


RULES - GENERAL


  1. Competitors participate in this Eisteddfod according to all rules and guidelines listed.
  2. The Event Management Team (EMT) reserves the right to allow variances of all rules and guidelines at their discretion. The EMT reserves the right to decide on any matter not covered by all listed rules and guidelines. Decisions of this nature will be deemed final without further question.
  3. Volunteers and Adjudicator/s are not permitted to advise, interpret or vary any rules or guidelines. The EMT will not accept responsibility for any outcome arising from such unauthorized actions.
  4. The EMT will not be responsible for any breach of Copyright, Royalty or Privacy laws.
  5. The Venue and surrounds are SMOKE FREE!
  6. A high standard of decorum, behaviour and professionalism is expected at all times. Unseemly, aggressive, abusive or unsportsmanlike behaviour is contrary to the spirit of the Eisteddfod and will not be tolerated in any form. The EMT will deal with any issues of this nature, as it deems appropriate.
  7. In the interest of fairness no competitor will be allowed to perform if they have had professional contact with any adjudicator/s in the six months prior to the start date of the Eisteddfod.
  8. Personal communication with or other representation to the adjudicator/s by competitors, teachers, parents, friends or associated parties is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification at the Committee's discretion.
  9. The Adjudicator/s may exercise discretion and withhold one or more prizes in any section.
  10. The Adjudicator/s reserve the right to terminate a performance at any time within the rules and guidelines of the Eisteddfod. The Adjudicator/s' decisions are final.
  11. The EMT reserves the right to appoint substitute adjudicator/s if circumstances require.
  12. Awards and prize money will be allocated as per the Schedule.
  13. The EMT reserves the right to alter or amend the program in any way. Sections may be combined or cancelled as deemed necessary.
  14. Private videography or photography with any device is prohibited at all times in the Auditorium. The EMT has engaged professionals that have sole rights and comply with the Information Privacy Act.
  15. Videography and photography in dressing rooms must comply with the guidelines of the Information Privacy Act.
  16. Practice or rehearsal is not permitted on stage at any time during the course of the Eisteddfod.
  17. No person will be permitted to enter or leave the Auditorium during a performance.
  18. All mobile phones must be turned off within the Auditorium.
  19. A protest of any nature must be made in writing and lodged with the EMT within one hour of the conclusion of the section in which the disputed matter arises. Protests will only be accepted from teachers and attract a $25 fee. The fee is refundable if the protest is upheld. Any protest will be referred to a Protest EMT for settlement and the resulting decision will be final and accepted without further question.
  20. The EMT will not be liable for personal items lost or stolen during the course of the Eisteddfod. Lost property will be held for a period of one month after the final day of the Eisteddfod

DEFINITIONS

Piano: for acoustic piano only.


Category Description Definitions

 

Solo: Any piece of music to be performed by an individual. Unless otherwise stated, only one movement of a sonata. NB No concertos for piano in any of the items.

Classical or Romantic: Any classical or romantic style piece. (No Jazz).

Graded Sections: Any piece of music by at the grade level specified. Please confirm with your teacher?if you are unsure. Competitors must not have sat for a grade higher than stipulated. If there are not enough entries in any graded section, then it will be combined with another graded section.

Baroque Era – Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque Period i.e. mid 1600’s to mid 1700’s. eg. J.S. Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti, & Pachelbel, etc.

20th Century/21st Century – Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop.


Woodwind/Brass 2017

Event Management Team:

Karina Bryer

CONTACT

instrumental@brisbaneeisteddfod.org.au

 

DATES & ADJUDICATORS

Woodwind & Brass – 9th-10th September 2017

Adjudicators: TBA

 

AGE REQUIREMENTS

AGE IS AS AT 1st JANUARY 2017

Competitors must adhere to age levels – Junior and Intermediates may not compete in Senior Sections.

 

ENTRIES  - Entry Fee per Section

OPEN - Thursday 30th March   CLOSE – Friday 30 June

Late entries are permitted up to 7 July and will incur a late entry fee of $25 per entry.

All entries and payments are to be submitted online via STARDOM – https://www.stardom.com.au/.

Please also refer to the STARDOM information page within this Schedule of Events.

 

VENUE

Max Olding Auditorium and Musical Theatrette

AMEB Building

9 Nathan Avenue

Ashgrove QLD

 

Venue Car Park and onstreet parking (Free)

Numerous Accommodation Options in close Proximity

NB. No EFTPOS Facilities are available (Cash Only).

 

COPYRIGHT

It is important that all competitors and teachers realise their responsibilities regarding laws under the Australian Copyright Act 3rd edition 2006 for both sheet music and recorded backings. This year there is only one AMCOS form, which covers copyright of your copies for both the adjudicator and your accompanist. This will be completed for each entrant as part of your online registration (Stardom).

 

SHEET MUSIC

Competitors are reminded that 2 copies of your music are required; one for the Adjudicator and one for the Accompanist. The appropriate AMCOS form must be attached to each copy.

The copy for the Accompanist should be presented in a form suitable for use at the piano.

At the conclusion of the performance, the Accompanist’s copy may be returned to the entrant.

The copy for the adjudicator MUST be marked clearly with the section number and the competitor’s number but NOT the competitor’s name.

SHEET MUSIC TO BE HANDED IN ON THE DAY OF COMPETITION, PRIOR TO START OF SECTION. Folders for collection of the sheet music for each section will be available at the door/foyer. Please also complete the Section list with your competitor number and title of piece.

To cover your sheet music copyright obligations, you will complete the AMCOS Form as part of your online registration. (refer to COPYRIGHT paragraph). The Eisteddfod Committee has the right to destroy any photocopies immediately after adjudication. At the conclusion of the performance, any original music provided to the Accompanist may be returned to the entrant.

 

TIME LIMITS

Time limits must be strictly adhered to.

Time Limits are as specified in the Section listings within the Schedule. If a competitor goes over the time limit, they may be penalised.

 

ACCOMPANISTS

You are welcome to bring your own accompanist. Please visit The Accompanists Guild website http://www.accompanistsguildofqld.org/ or www.mtaq.org.au for a full list of accompanists.

The Brisbane Eisteddfod recommends that you arrange a rehearsal with your accompanist prior to the Eisteddfod. Payment for rehearsals is a matter for negotiation between competitors and accompanists.

PLEASE NOTE: As all of the accompanists have many musical commitments outside of the eisteddfod, it is advisable to ring as soon as possible.

 

RULES - GENERAL

  1. Competitors participate in this Eisteddfod according to all rules and guidelines listed.
  2. The Event Management Team (EMT) reserves the right to allow variances of all rules and guidelines at their discretion. The EMT reserves the right to decide on any matter not covered by all listed rules and guidelines. Decisions of this nature will be deemed final without further question.
  3. Volunteers and Adjudicator/s are not permitted to advise, interpret or vary any rules or guidelines. The EMT will not accept responsibility for any outcome arising from such unauthorized actions.
  4. The EMT will not be responsible for any breach of Copyright, Royalty or Privacy laws.
  5. The Venue and surrounds are SMOKE FREE!
  6. A high standard of decorum, behaviour and professionalism is expected at all times. Unseemly, aggressive, abusive or unsportsmanlike behaviour is contrary to the spirit of the Eisteddfod and will not be tolerated in any form. The EMT will deal with any issues of this nature, as it deems appropriate.
  7. In the interest of fairness no competitor will be allowed to perform if they have had professional contact with any adjudicator/s in the six months prior to the start date of the Eisteddfod.
  8. Personal communication with or other representation to the adjudicator/s by competitors, teachers, parents, friends or associated parties is strictly prohibited and may result in disqualification at the Committee's discretion.
  9. The Adjudicator/s may exercise discretion and withhold one or more prizes in any section.

RULES – GENERAL continued

  1. The Adjudicator/s reserve the right to terminate a performance at any time within the rules and guidelines of the Eisteddfod. The Adjudicator/s' decisions are final.
  2. The EMT reserves the right to appoint substitute adjudicator/s if circumstances require.
  3. Awards and prize money will be allocated as per the Schedule.
  4. The EMT reserves the right to alter or amend the program in any way. Sections may be combined or cancelled as deemed necessary.
  5. Private videography or photography with any device is prohibited at all times in the Auditorium. The EMT has engaged professionals that have sole rights and comply with the Information Privacy Act.
  6. Videography and photography in dressing rooms must comply with the guidelines of the Information Privacy Act.
  7. Practice or rehearsal is not permitted on stage at any time during the course of the Eisteddfod.
  8. No person will be permitted to enter or leave the Auditorium during a performance.
  9. All mobile phones must be turned off within the Auditorium.
  10. A protest of any nature must be made in writing and lodged with the EMT within one hour of the conclusion of the section in which the disputed matter arises. Protests will only be accepted from teachers and attract a $25 fee. The fee is refundable if the protest is upheld. Any protest will be referred to a Protest EMT for settlement and the resulting decision will be final and accepted without further question.
  11. The EMT will not be liable for personal items lost or stolen during the course of the Eisteddfod. Lost property will be held for a period of one month after the final day of the Eisteddfod.

 

Rules Specific to Woodwind & Brass

  1. Performances are for soloists unless an event indicates otherwise.
  2. A person may perform only ONCE in the SAME event.
  3. A different item is required for each event unless repeat performances are specifically allowed. If it is specifically indicated that an item may be repeated, it may be repeated ONLY ONCE (except when progressing to Finals).
  4. Time limits normally provide for the presentation of ONE ITEM unless event requirements stipulate otherwise. They are strictly monitored and entrants exceeding the time limit will be eligible for 'comments only' - not for a placing.
  5. Registration and performance rules are strictly enforced (see ' Rules - General).
  6. Entrants must conform to the age limits. Random age checks will be made and entrants must carry a photocopy of their birth certificate or school ID with their date of birth.
  7. Entrants perform at their own risk. Entrants agree they are of good health and fitness, and physically able to participate in an event. All care will be demonstrated, but no liability will be accepted for any injury sustained whilst carrying out that performance.
  8. In case of insufficient entries in any event they may be combined with similar events.
  9. A copy of the music must be provided for the adjudicator. Music must be provided with the name of the item and the composer clearly marked. If a properly printed manuscript is not attainable for a particular contemporary piece, a chord chart or, at the least, lyrics must be submitted. Photocopies will not be returned.
  10. Woodwind/Brass: for all woodwind and brass instruments including all kinds of flute, i.e. piccolo, fife, bass flute, etc.; Reed instruments: all other woodwind instruments, e.g. oboe, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet, etc. and also the recorder.
  11. There will be warm-up facilities available. Each entrant will only be given 10 minutes of warm up time before it is their time to compete.
  12. FINALS: Finalists to repeat their item(s) from the heats, unless otherwise indicated.
  13. Woodwind/Brass Solo Award – one piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a sonata, ten only one movement is allowed.
  14. Please note that a bell will be rung at the maximum time allowed whereby the competitor is to stop playing immediately. Therefore, please be careful in choosing your piece to fit into the time limit.

DEFINITIONS

Woodwind/Brass: for all woodwind and brass instruments.

  1. Flute: including all kinds of flute, i.e. piccolo, fife, bass flute, etc.
  2. Reed instruments: all other woodwind instruments, e.g. oboe, clarinet, bassoon, bass clarinet, etc.
  3. Recorder.

Category Description DefinitionsInstrumental Solo Awards: Any piece of music to be performed by an individual with or without accompaniment.Please note the time limit for 10-14 years is 10 minutes maximum and for 15yrs & over it is a maximum of 15 minutes.You are required to play one piece which can include more than one movement of that piece.Concertos are permitted.

  1. Woodwind/Brass Solo Awards: Any piece of music to be performed by an individual with or without accompaniment.Please note the time limit for 12years & under and 13-14 years is 10 minutes maximum and for 15yrs & over it is a maximum of 15 minutes.You are required to play one piece which can include more than one movement of that piece.Concertos are permitted.
  2. Performance of a Brisbane Composition –Certificate:Any piece of music by a Brisbane composer.Time limit is up to 5 mins.
  3. Solo:Any piece of music to be performed by an individual with or without accompaniment. Unless otherwise stated only one movement of a sonata or concerto.
  4. Jazz/Modern/Contemporary: Any piece of music written from 1930 onwards, but not of a classical nature.
  5. Graded Sections:Any piece of music at the grade level specified.Please confirm with your teacher if you are unsure.Competitors must not have sat for a grade higher than stipulated.If there are not enough entries in any graded item, then it will be combined with another graded item.

  6. Flute Aggregate Trophy

    Highest aggregate mark to a competitor entering these items:

       Jazz/Mod/Con for your age group

       Solo Award item for your age group

       Any graded level item

    12yrs & under, 13 – 14yrs, 15yrs & over

    The competitor will automatically be entered when entering items

     

    Brass Aggregate Trophy

    Highest aggregate mark to a competitor entering these items:

    • Jazz/Mod/Con for your age group

    • Solo Award item for your age group

    • Any graded level item

    12yrs & under, 13 – 14yrs, 15yrs & over

    The competitor will automatically be entered when entering items

     

    Woodwind Aggregate Trophy

    Highest aggregate mark to a competitor entering these items:

    • Jazz/Mod/Con for your age group

    • Solo Award item for your age group

    • Any graded level item

    12yrs & under, 13 – 14yrs, 15yrs & over

    The competitor will automatically be entered when entering items

ALL ENTRIES MUST BE RECEIVED BY 6/06/2017 11:59:00 PM (AEST)
BP01 Piano Solo Award     6 years & under

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP02 Piano Solo Award     7 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP03 Piano Solo Award     8 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP04 Piano Solo Award     9 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP05 Piano Solo Award     10 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP06 Piano Solo Award     11 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP07 Piano Solo Award     12 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP08 Piano Solo Award     13 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP09 Piano Solo Award     14 years

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP10 Piano Solo Award     15 years & over

One piece of music is to be played. If you choose to play a Sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP11 Piano Baroque Solo     6 years & under

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP12 Piano Baroque Solo     7 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP13 Piano Baroque Solo     8 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP14 Piano Baroque Solo     9 years

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP15 Piano Baroque Solo     10 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP16 Piano Baroque Solo     11 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP17 Piano Baroque Solo     12 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP18 Piano Baroque Solo     13 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP19 Piano Baroque Solo     14 years

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP20 Piano Baroque Solo     15 years & over

Any piece of music written by any composer of the Baroque period (mid 1600's to mid 1700's) e.g. J.S.Bach, Vivaldi, Handel, Purcell, Albinoni, Scarlatti & Pachelbel etc.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP21 Grade 1 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP22 Grade 2 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP23 Grade 3 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP24 Grade 4 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP25 Grade 5 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP26 Grade 6 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP27 Grade 7 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP28 Grade 8 Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP29 Diploma Level Piano Solo     Open

Any piece of music at the grade level specified.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP30 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     6 years & under

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP31 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     7 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP32 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     8 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP33 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     9 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP34 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     10 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP35 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     11 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP36 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     12 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BP37 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     13 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP38 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     14 years

Any piece of music written from 1900 onwards including Classical style or Jazz/Rag/Pop

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP39 Piano - 20th/21st Century Solo     15 years & over

Any piece of music from the Romantic period and onwards including Jazz/Rag/Pop.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP43 Piano Composition Award .     10-14 years

A self composed composition (emailed to EMT two weeks before competition for review by the adjudicator for suitability)

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BP44 Piano Composition Award .     15 years & over

A self composed composition (emailed to EMT two weeks before competition for review by the adjudicator for suitability)

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM01 Junior Instrumental Awards .     10-14 years

One piece of music is to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $33.00
BM02 Senior Instrumental Award .     15 years & over

One piece of music is to be played. if you choose to play a sonata, then only one movement is allowed.

Entries Closed
Entry: $33.00
BM03 Strings - Preliminary .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BM04 Strings - Junior .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BM05 Strings - Intermediate Violin .     14 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM06 Strings - Senior Violin .     15-16 years

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM07 Strings - Open Violin .     Open

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM08 Strings - Cello & Viola .     14 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM09 Strings - Cello & Viola .     16 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM10 Strings - Cello & Viola .     Open

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM11 Strings - Junior Baroque .     12 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.10
BM12 Strings - Intermediate Baroque .     14 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM13 Strings - Senior Baroque .     16 years & under

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM14 Strings - Open Baroque .     Open

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM15 Strings - Preliminary .     .

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BM16 Strings - Grade 1 & 2 .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BM17 Strings Grade 3 & 4 .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM18 Strings - Grade 5 & 6 .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM19 Strings - Grade 7 & 8 .     .

One piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BM20 Strings - Diploma .     .

one piece of music to be played.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB01 Flute Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     12 years & under

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB02 Flute Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     13 - 14 years

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB03 Flute Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     15 years & over

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB04 Flute Only - Preliminary + Grades 1 & 2 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB05 Flute Only - Grades 3 & 4 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB06 Flute Only - Grades 5,6 & 7 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB07 Flute Only - Grade 8 & Diploma .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB08 Brass - Jazz, Modern/Contemporary .     12 years & under

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB09 Brass - Jazz, Modern/Contemporary .     13 - 14 years

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB10 Brass - Jazz, Modern/Contemporary .     15 years & over

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB11 Brass - Preliminary + Grades 1 & 2 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB12 Brass - Grades 3 & 4 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB13 Brass - Grades 5,6 & 7 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB14 Brass - Grade 8 & Diploma .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB15 Woodwind Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     12 years & under

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB16 Woodwind Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     13 - 14 years

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB17 Woodwind Only - Jazz or Modern/Contemporary .     15 years & over

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB18 Woodwind Only - Preliminary + Grades 1 & 2 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB19 Woodwind Only - Grades 3 & 4 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $11.00
BWB20 Woodwind Only - Grades 5,6 & 7 .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB21 Woodwind Only - Grade 8 & Diploma .     .

Please refer to rules for this section in schedule under 'rules'.

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB22 Woodwind & Brass Award Solo     12 years & under

Entries Closed
Entry: $16.50
BWB23 Woodwind & Brass Award Solo     13 - 14 years

Entries Closed
Entry: $22.00
BWB24 Woodwind & Brass Award Solo     15 years & over

Entries Closed
Entry: $22.00