49th Dalby Eisteddfod
Piano - Monday 31st May to Tuesday 1st June, 2021 - Completed
Vocal/Choral - Wednesday 2nd to Saturday 5th June, 2021- Completed
Piano/Vocal/Choral Selected Winners' Concerts - Tuesday 8th June, 2021- Completed
Speech/Drama - Thursday 29th to Saturday 31st July, 2021
Instrumental - Monday 9th to Friday 13th August, 2021
Speech/Drama/Instrumental Selected Winners' Concerts - TBA
2021 Speech and Drama Schedule
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the Speech & Drama and Instrumental
sections of the Dalby Eisteddfod.
PIANO AND VOCAL/CHORAL
The first eisteddfod sessions for the year generally held in the first week of June.
Piano is held over two days and consists of solo, duet, trio and accompaniment sections. The is the opportunity to enter age category championships and there are also adult and beginner classes.
Vocal and Choral is held over four days and ranges from solo work to school choirs and concert items. There are championship classes for both solo competitors, schools and small schools.
SPEECH/DRAMA AND INSTRUMENTAL
The second eisteddfod sessions for the year generally held towards the beginning of August.
Speech and Drama is held over two days and has plenty of opportunity for both individual items, small groups and school classes. Championship sections are available to enter for individuals.
Instrumental is held over five full days, and has sections for school bands, small school bands, and community bands. There are classes for all orchestral instruments plus guitar and recorder.
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