Mission of the City of Toowoomba Eisteddfod Inc.
Established 1931

The mission of the City of Toowoomba Eisteddfod Inc. is to promote and conduct an annual Eisteddfod where competitors can participate in the performing arts and develop their artistic potential. All participants are expected to uphold the integrity and ethos of the Eisteddfod movement by demonstrating respect, consideration and lack of prejudice towards the organisers, audience, adjudicators and competitors.
 

PROPOSED DATES FOR 2023

Dates will be confirmed in more detail once Adjudicators have been engaged and the venues have been booked.

May 2023

Dance Solos, Duos & Trios:
May

Vocal:
May
Contemporary Vocal (Including Jazz):
May

Choral:
May
Open Choral:
May

Piano:
May

Speech & Drama Groups:
May

July / August 2023

Dance Groups:
July/August

Woodwind:
July/August

Speech & Drama Solos:
July/August

Strings:
July/August

Bands, Orchestras, Ensembles:
July/August
Open Ensembles & Stage Bands:
July/August

Brass:
July/August

Percussion:
July/August

*These are proposed dates for 2023 only. Please check schedule closer to performance.

How To Enter

Volunteers Needed

Can you spare a few hours?

We need volunteers to help us run the Eisteddfod as
Doorkeepers, Ticket-Sellers, Scribes & Comperes.

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Do you need an accompanist?

There are no official accompanists for the Toowoomba Eisteddfod.  However you may contact any of those listed below and make your own arrangements with them:

Anne Gralow 0414 842 644

Abigail Bunch 0423 386 087  or  abigail.bunch01@gmail.com

If anyone would like to have their name added to the above list as an available accompanist for the Toowoomba Eisteddfod, please contact the Committee either by email or phone.

All participants in the Toowoomba Eisteddfod do so in the spirit of friendly competition and enhancement of performance abilities in a forum where stage experience can be gained and learned. Competition is staged with respect for the organisers, audience, adjudicator/s and fellow competitors, thus maintaining the spirit and integrity of the eisteddfod movement.
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