Toowoomba Eisteddfod: Instrumental Sessions

An opportunity for musicians of all skill levels to perform with feedback from a specialist in their field.

~Toowoomba Eisteddfod:~ Instrumental Sessions
~Toowoomba Eisteddfod:~ Instrumental Sessions

#Celebrating creativity and talent in performing arts.

The Toowoomba City Eisteddfod Society was established in 1931. Since its creation, it has given locals and competitors Queensland-wide the opportunity to present their performance talent before their community and world-class adjudicators. The Society aims to celebrate talent and encourage creativity and self-expression through performing arts. Currently, there are sessions for dance, vocal, choral, instrumental, speech and drama. 

The Instrumental sections of the Toowoomba Eisteddfod provide musicians of all skill levels a performance opportunity with feedback from a specialist in their field. It gives the participants a goal to work towards that offers a greater focus for their practice in turn improving their skills overall.

Thursday 25 July - 5:30pm

Friday 26 July - 5:30pm

Saturday 27 July - 1:30pm & 6:00pm

Sunday 28 July - 1:30pm & 6:00pm

Monday 29 July - 9:00am, 1:30pm & 5:30pm

Tuesday 30 July - 6:00pm


PER SESSION
Adult $16.00
Secondary Student (not competing) $8.50
Child up to 12 years of age (not competing) $4.00
No charge for competitors
No concession prices
*a fee of $5 applies per transaction for online bookings.


Other

#What's on

Essgee's ~The Pirates of Penzance~

Essgee's The Pirates of Penzance

School, Musical

A Very Elvis ~Christmas Concert~

A Very Elvis Christmas Concert

Tribute, Music

Marvelous  ~A Risqué Parody~

Marvelous
A Risqué Parody

Comedy, Circus/Physical

Movie Screening: ~The Lorax~

Movie Screening: The Lorax

Film & Literature

Roary ~The Lion~

Roary The Lion

Film & Literature

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Acknowledgement
of country

The Empire acknowledges the Traditional Custodians, the Giabal, Jarowair and Western Wakka Wakka peoples, where we work and present stories. We would like to pay respect to the Elders, past and present and to all First Nations peoples.

Artwork: We Are Yuree by Adrian Bauwens

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