This year we will continue to use this online entry for all classes. It is easy and calculates the prices for you and we will email you a detailed acknowledgement. But if that is not possible then please contact us and we will make the entry on your behalf. Details of the dates and times of your performances will be emailed to you at a later date and therefore we will not use tickets this year. Performers will be admitted free of charge.

Closing date for entries: 21st September 2024 – late entries will not be accepted.

The ‘Show Class Lists’ button will display all the classes in the ticked disciplines. The Music Section from the Main Menu gives more detail of the classes, and the associated rules. Please do read the rules carefully before completing your entry as mistakes can lead to disqualifacation.

Use Tab key or mouse to move between fields.

You can enter multiple performances here; use the ‘Add New Row’ button.

In all cases age is for the performer’s age in years on 31st August 2024, to tie in with the school year. Or if more than one performer, it is for the oldest in the group.

For Duet and Trio classes please enter all the names in the Performer box separated by ‘&’ eg Janet Smith & John Smith.

For Quartets or more, Ensembles, Groups and Choirs, just enter the name of the whole group in the Performer box, and put the approximate number in the group in brackets after the name, eg My Small Choir (8). It is of course the age of the oldest (at 31st August 2024) that counts for the right class.

Please identify each piece in the Piece(s) box: Title, Composer, approximate duration. For example : Gavotte in F, Dussek, 2 mins. If more than one piece in a performance, put them all there.

If you want an Official Accompanist (price £2.00 per class), enter Y and please read the notes that will then be displayed.

You cannot save this entry form as partly done but you can submit many forms; each form is just a number of performances. So complete what performances you can and submit another entry form later.

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