The 2011 Fremantle Eisteddfod was a great success. It is our intention to continue to offer a program that encourages outstanding performances in all our categories.
The Committee has reviewed the schedule of items and has introduced new items in the String section for various sized Chamber ensembles. In response to the increasing number of applicants who play classical guitar we have included a separate Classical Guitar Solo and Ensemble section. We will continue to encourage applicants in the Instrumental, Choral and Choir sections from lower and upper primary as well as middle and senior school groups. Please refer to the “Rules and Conditions” for definitions that relate to school groups. There are some increases in prizes for various items. The Trophies and Awards for 2012 are again outlined in more detail on pages 5 to 7. In addition to those provided by our donors, we again offer special awards for outstanding performances in the Recital, Instrumental, Choral and Choir Items in the Eisteddfod.
Both the Final of the Concerti and Arias, as well as the Winners’ Concert, will provide wonderful showcases for our young musicians over the final weekend.
Please remember that the Fremantle Eisteddfod is now registered as a Deductible Gift Recipient. This means that all non-specific donations of $2 or more are tax deductible. These donations enable us to cover the costs of a varied and exciting program, and help us award prizes to deserving entrants.
On behalf of the Fremantle Eisteddfod Committee, I extend our sincere thanks to our prize donors, supporters and volunteers who make the Eisteddfod possible. Please contact the Committee if you have any questions relating to the Eisteddfod. Our email address is
We look forward to seeing and hearing you in 2010 and wish you all the best in your preparation.
Last Updated ( Thursday, 16 January 2020 )