2 December, 2019
18 November, 2019
Twelve talented young musicians will share prize-money totalling $5,700 as they are presented with their St Cecilia Youth Music Scholarships at a concert on up-coming Sunday.
Auditions were held with an independent adjudicator who had the difficult task of choosing the most exceptional ― from the 26 hopeful 8 to 18-year-old performers ― to perform in the concert.
The 12 music students who were chosen will perform at the finals concert which is open to the public. The concert will be held at St Bernard’s Church Batehaven on Sunday 24 November at 3.30 pm.
At the concert, performers will be awarded with scholarships ranging from $100 to $1,000 which will go towards furthering their studies.
Come to the concert and enjoy the musical talents of the young in our region ― from classical and contemporary to instrumental and vocal.
Tickets available at the door. Adults $10, under 18 free.
18 November, 2019
Mia May plays a contemporary piece on violin and Jessica Maher sings a contemporary song at the St Cecilia auditions.
Thomas Whittaker plays a classical piece on piano and Riley Maher a contemporary piece on electric guitar at the St Cecilia auditions.
13 November, 2019
Be entertained by ― and support ― talented
young musicians from the South Coast.
Classical and contemporary music ― instrumental and vocal.
Outstanding performances by the finalists.
Presentation of this year’s awards ― valued at $5,700.
Share conversations with the performers over refreshments.
Date: Sunday 24 November 2019
Time: 3.30 pm
Venue: St Bernard’s Church, David Avenue, Batehaven
Cost: Adults $10, Youth 18 years and under Free
Tickets: At the door
31 August, 2019
Young local musicians showcased their music talent at an informal Pop-Up Concert, held Sunday 25 August at St Peters College Broulee. St Cecilia Youth Music Scholarship committee members provided the opportunity for eleven local students of music, to perform in the Pop-Up Concert to an audience of teachers, families, friends and local community members from the Eurobodalla region.
“The talents of these amazing music students surprise me every year” said St Cecilia President, Chris Heazlewood. “Once again we had a fine line up of performers, who will take away their experiences of performing in front of an audience.”Read more