Download ENTRY FORM here: ENTRY FORM COOMA MUSIC COMPETITION 2016_02
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- Cooma Music Competition 2016, now in its 11th year, will provide an opportunity for musicians of all ages and skills to perform and compete. We hope this competition will be as inclusive as possible. The competition will be open to all instruments and voice. Although the competition will be conducted by Cooma School of Music, all musicians are welcome to perform.
Entry is open to all.
Heats will comence at 12 noon on Sunday 24th July
A timetable of Heats and Competitors will be sent to all the participants before the day.
The winners of the heats will then be invited to perform in a Finals Concert that will then be held on the same day in the evening starting at 7pm. Time allowing, specially invited guests (non- competitors) will also be invited to perform in the Finals Concert.
Venue: St Pauls Anglican Church Hall, 136 Commissioner Street, Cooma NSW 2630
Performers for this concert will be drawn from the winners of the heats as well as invited guest performers.
- Solo (unaccompanied or accompanied). Solos may be accompanied by a pianist or a guitarist, or other musician or CD backing track. Performers may organize their own accompanist or a piano accompanist will available at the hall if required. (However, please indicate on your entry form if you will need to be provided with an accompanist). CD backing tracks (“Play-along”) will be accepted by prior arrangement.
- Small Instrumental Ensembles-any instrumental combination up to and including 6 players.
- Large Instrumental Ensembles-any instrumental combination over 6 players.
- Vocal Groups-including small to large choirs.
- Rock Groups-includes all styles. (eg Country, Blues, Jazz, Alternative, etc)
- Original Composition – A Song or Instrumental Item-(any style)
Each major section will be subdivided into 3 age groups:
- Primary-primary school aged
- Secondary-secondary school aged
If there are not enough competitors in the younger age groups, younger players may be invited to compete in an older age group.
The Solos section will also be divided into types of instrument if possible.
- Classical Guitar
- Modern Guitar (Steel string, acoustic or electric)
- Strings (Violin, Viola, Cello or Double Bass)
- Woodwind & Brass
- Miscellaneous (any musical instruments not listed above. For example, harmonica, bagpipes, mandolin, banjo, harp, etc)
- Original Composition (A song or instrumental item)
If there are not enough competitors in any of the heats , performers may be invited to compete in a heat of another instrumental sub-category.
All competitors will receive a Certificate of Participation. Winners of their heats will receive awards.
We will be happy to accept donations and assistance from businesses and individuals to make this competition possible.
We welcome any comments or advice that may help make this competition an exciting and useful event.
FINAL CONCERT AWARDS:
- Narrawong Classical Guitar Award – Trophy & $200 in value
- Peter de Jager Piano Prize – Trophy & $200 in value
- Ron Cox Music Award _Vocal – Trophy & $100 in value
- Snowy Monaro Arts Council Award – Certificate & $100 in value
- Frank Scott Music Award _Woodwind, Brass or Drums – Trophy & $50 in value
- Russell & Jackie Fox Music Award –Trophy & $50 in value
- P D Murphy Strings Award_Violin, Viola, Cello or Double Bass – Trophy & $50 in value
- The People’s Choice Award – Trophy & $100 in value
Download ENTRY FORM here: ENTRY FORM COOMA MUSIC COMPETITION 2016_02
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Musica da Camera – Canberra’s Premier String Orchestra will be performing in Cooma NSW.
SUNDAY 15 MAY 2016 2.30 pm
St Paul’s Anglican Church Hall
136 Commissioner Street, gonorrhea Cooma NSW
Tickets: Adults $25; Concession $20; Children Free (includes a light afternoon tea)
Booking: Cooma School of Music, illness
- Phone: (02) 6452 6067
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The conductor, traumatologist Rowan Harvey Martin, will direct a program of very listenable early 20th century music by European composers
An English Suite for String Orchestra, 1914
In the “High English” style, with moments of simple, melodic grace sandwiched between episodes of complexity and sophistication. Still incomplete at his death in 1918, this work was finished by his amanuensis.
Concerto Grosso for String Orchestra & Piano Obligato, 1924
Clearly constructed as a Concerto Grosso but incorporating traditional sounding melodies from his heritage. Surprising humour at times, and more than one swipe at JS Bach.
Ancient Airs and Dances (for Lute) Suite III. 1932.
Respighi’s characteristicly intricate reworking of old music to subtly exploit the capabilities of “modern” instruments.
Five Greek Dances
Passionate, unquestionably Greek, dances for string orchestra.
Phil Horneman is now teaching music lessons at Cooma School of Music.
Phil Horneman is a qualified classroom music teacher with many years of experience teaching in public and private schools. As well as a fine instrumental teacher of Piano, Sildenafil
Drums, Brass & Woodwind Phil is also an outstanding Concert Band Director and Choir Master.
For enquiries call Phil on:
We’d like to welcome a new singing teacher to the area.
Introducing Lucy Fisher.
Lucy will be taking singing students at Cooma School of Music.
Contact her on:
- 0418 669 446.
- (02) 6458 2187
what is ed sans-serif;”>About Lucy:
Lucy began her singing career at a very young age, approved and at the age of 16 began performing jazz and top 40 songs in a few local venues. In her early 20’s she had a residency at a local jazz gig and also covered her ground well as a rock vocalist with Sydney bands. She has recorded 2 solo albums and has an award for her contribution to world music in 2004 for her song writing with Hillsong Music Australia.
For the past 32 years she has been a vocal teacher and coach, and is highly regarded for her effective teaching style, and restorative vocal health techniques. Lucy has performed to audiences from 25 people to 25,000, covering venues such as The Hordern Pavilion, the Sydney Entertainment Centre, and the Acer Area at the Olympic Park in N.S.W. She has also performed in the USA, UK, Europe and Asia.
She has also worked on TV commercials and stage productions, has been a vocal producer on many albums, and vocal director for 2 world tours with ACE.
Lucy currently ‘rocks the house’ as the lead vocalist with the Sydney band The Justice Bureau.
- Here’s Lucy performing with her band called The Justice Bureau:
- Here’s her complete CV: About Lucy Fisher-Singing Teacher, Performing Artist
- Website: http://thejusticebureau.com/home
- Facebook – Lucy Fisher Voice Studio: https://www.facebook.com/lucyfishervoicestudio/
- Facebook – The Justice Bureau: https://www.facebook.com/The-Justice-Bureau-292179080898331/
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