Young Musician Competition 2023
There are four stages to the competition, each designed to support and encourage the development of musical skills. The first stage is a competition at local level where the Rotary Club will organise a competition. Winners then take part in a District competition which is followed by a Regional final and, in due course, a National final.
The competition is open to all levels, grades and styles of young instrumentalists and vocalists. The organisers particularly welcome entrants from modern genres.
The competition aims to offer young people:
· the experience of performing on a public stage
· an opportunity to showcase their musical talent
· impartial feedback and assessment of their performance by an experienced adjudicator
The competition is open to all schools and college communities, including those that are home educated and any other young peoples’ community organisations, for example, community RotaKids, community Interact, Scout Groups, Girl Guides.
There are two categories in the competition:
· solo instrumental
· solo vocal
This is a competition at which competitors are judged within the context of a live performance. Competitors perform a work or selection of works of their own choice within a time not exceeding 10 minutes.
Information on the closing dates for Club competitions will be posted soon.
Further details with an Information Pack and Poster are on the Rotary GB&I website HERE. (https://www.rotarygbi.org/projects/young-people/competitions/) The Entry Form is available on the Members’ pages of the Rotary GB&I website.
person who is interested in taking part is invited to contact their local
Rotary Club. HERE
More information (for Rotary Clubs) is available HERE
Further details are available from Douglas Gilmour using the Contact Form below.
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