Running from the 31st of May to the 23rd of June 2019. Grand Final on Saturday, 13th July, 2019
To Showcase, Inspire and Reward Performing Arts Scholars
The 2018 Ringwood Eisteddfod involved performers in all age groups with presentations in speech and drama, junior and senior vocal, pianoforte, wind, brass, orchestral strings, classical guitar and chamber music. In 2017 we successfully reintroduced a classic organ section due to its growing interest in the community.
Now we are looking forward to the 2019 Eisteddfod! and entries are now open! – click here
To book audience tickets for the heats or Grand Final, click here
We have set the venue and competition dates for this year’s eisteddfod: they are available here.
All performers receive a critique of appraisal from our eminent adjudicators in order to assist them with their presentations. The most significant awards are for the Ringwood Aria and the Open Section Finalists, which will be presented at the Ringwood Eisteddfod Grand Final, Karralyka Theatre, Ringwood, on Saturday 13th July, 2019. It is with great pleasure that we invite you to experience the joy of performance and satisfaction that our Eisteddfod offers.
We look forward to your participation in the 65th Ringwood Eisteddfod.
The Ringwood Eisteddfod is proud to have as their long-standing significant patrons – the great Australian international opera performer Joan Carden AO, OBE, our original founder – the esteemed Ruth Hawkins OAM. The Mayor of Maroondah City Council and The President, Lions Club of Mooroolbark.
Ruth Hawkins OAM
Joan Carden AO, OBE
Mayor City of Maroondah
President, Lions Club of Mooroolbark
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