Our Talented Musicians Perform at the Eisteddfod Competition
Posted 29/03/2019 11:47

Last weekend, the Malcolm Davies Music Centre had its Annual Eisteddfod Competition here at ISH. We celebrated music of all styles and levels and the competition was divided into three categories: beginner, intermediate and advanced. All the performances were assessed by a panel of three jurors, all of which were professional musicians. They are the ones who decided who came in first, second and third place. 

One of the participants, George Slinger receiving his certificate for the B level solo category on the violin

It was truly rewarding to see the wonderful spectacle of hard work, motivation, and perseverance. These young musicians showcased their hours of hard work as they tackled through various pieces. Each piece of music embodied its own uniqueness and offered its own challenge to these young musicians. The performances demonstrated how we can acquire life-long skills through music, and how they will help these young musicians as they step into the real world someday. 

All in all, the audience enjoyed each performance and you can have a look at some wonderful snippets from a very musical Saturday.

Two brothers perform the version of Fly me to the Moon

Performance of Kabalevsky’s Calvary man

performance of Concertino in D


Our students performing at the Eisteddfod Competition

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