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What A Great Night! Cooma Youth Music Awards 2016

resuscitation sans-serif;”>This year’s second annual Cooma Youth Music Awards was an outstanding success.

site sans-serif; color: #141823; line-height: 1.71429;”>This event was held as part of National Youth Week. It was presented by Cooma School of Music with the support of Cooma Monaro Shire Council, info The Hub Youth Centre and the Two Vaults Restaurant.

This year it was decided to trial a new venue, The Two Vaults Restaurant in Sharp Street. This proved to be a stroke of genius and credit must go to Emma Green for this idea.

22 young Cooma musicians participated in the 2 1/2 hour event. These wonderful young artists performed for a capacity audience of over 120 people with standing room only! The standard of performance was extremely high.

There were 2 age categories: Juniors (12 to 15 years of age) and Seniors (16 to 25 years of age). They competed for 6 prizes that totalled over $400 in value. Gunther Gorman and Graham French were our volunteer judges. Their task, needless to say, was formidable.

The winners were:
Best Performance Seniors: Trio band – Oscar Litchfield, Dominic Holgate & Harry Paradice
Best Performance Juniors: Burnum Brademann (classical guitar)
Special Judges’ Award: Oscar Litchfield
Special Judges’ Award: Matilda Rose
Special Judges’ Award: Shelby Grace
Special Judges’ Award: Laila Bradshaw

More feedback, video and photos may be found at:

https://www.facebook.com/coomamusic/

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1069743986411887/

Cooma Youth Music Awards 2016 – 14th April

We have just received two stunning Ross Martin banjos. They are now on display in the shop.

These instruments were handmade by local craftsman, here
Ross Martin. They are works of art as well as superb musical instruments that are meant to be played.

The 005 Banjo features a Tallowwood body or pot, Peppermint Eucalypt  neck and Mulga fingerboard.

The 006 Banjo features an Ironbark body or pot, Rosewood Neck & Fingerboard and Beefwood face plate.

They both have a strong rich tone and are a joy to play.

They are a bargain at $2,200 each.

Available from: Cooma School of Music

Shop 2, Parkview Arcade
123 Sharp Street
Cooma, NSW 2630
Phone: 02 6452 6067
Fax: 02 6452 4938
Emailallan@coomamusic.com.au

Cooma Youth Music Awards 2015 Winners

Cooma Youth Music Awards 2015 Winners

NYW-Logo-Colour-Vertical-with-taglineCooma School of Music has joined forces again with The Hub Youth Centre and Cooma-Monaro Shire Council to present  the Cooma Youth Music Awards 2016. This music competition is designed especially for the young musicians in Cooma and region.

This special event will an important part of National Youth Week (8-17 April)

  • When: Thursday 14th April 2016, medications
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  • Where: The Two Vaults Restaurant, 161 Sharp Street Cooma
    (opposite The Alpine Hotel)
  • Cost: Free to competitors and their families and friends. Food and beverages will be available to purchase from the restaurant.

All styles of music are welcome – soloists, bands, vocalists.

The Prizes will be donated by  National Youth Week and Cooma School of Music.

  • Best Performance-Seniors ( 16 to 25 years of age) – (valued at $200)
  • Best Performance-Juniors  (12 to 15 years of age) – (valued at $100)
  • 4 X Special Judge’s Awards (any age – including primary) – (valued $25)
Entry is Free.
All performers must be registered by Monday 11th April 2016. Entry Forms are available at Cooma School of  Music or download a pdf Entry Form here:
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Cooma Youth Music Awards – 2015 Inaugural Competition

Cooma School of Music has joined forces with The Hub Youth Centre and Cooma-Monaro Shire Council to make a new music competition especially for young musicians in Cooma.

It called  the Cooma Youth Music Awards.

This special event will an important part of National Youth Week (10-19 April)

This year’s inaugural Cooma Youth Music  Awards will be held at The Hub Youth Centre on Saturday 11th April at 2pm.

Venue address: 39-41 Vale Street Cooma NSW 2630

Venue phone number: 0437 135 092

All styles of music are welcome – soloists, doctor bands, phimosis vocalists.

The Prizes will be donated by  National Youth Week and Cooma School of Music.

  • Best Performance-Seniors ( 16 to 25 years of age) – (valued at $200)
  • Best Performance-Juniors  (12 to 15 years of age) – (valued at $100)
  • Special Judge’s Award (any age) – (valued $60)
Entry is Free.
All performers must be registered by 8th April 2015. Entry Forms are available at Cooma School of  Music or download a pdf Entry Form here:
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