208: Recital Award (17 Years & Over)

Thu 18 Jul 2024, 8.30am

Fully Booked

Solo Event
Event Age
17 and over
Total Performance Time
15 minutes
Late Fee: $54.00 (until 8 Jul, 8.30am)
Sydney Eisteddfod @ Chippen Street Theatre
Supported by
Michael Taylor

Entry Information

Own choice of a recital of two or more piano works contrasting in style period, displaying a diverse and varied recital program.

Total performance time of up to 15 minutes, which includes time taken between items.


Nancy Litten

Nancy won an Arts Council award to study in London with Julius Isserlis at thirteen, and an Open Piano Scholarship to the Royal Academy of Music at sixteen, winning prizes during her studies there. She has performed as a pianist in solo, orchestral and chamber music, and as a piano accompanist, being well known in Kent. She is an all-round musician, also having been a freelance orchestral violinist and leader of a string quartet. Tutoring has formed a large part of her life, from beginners through to diploma level; she has taught privately and in many different types of school, also courses and masterclasses. She is an ABRSM examiner, and adjudicator for the British and International Federation of Festivals (serving as Representative on the Adjudicators' Council). Alfred UK has published a range of her books: two series of tutors (electric keyboard, and violin), piano trio arrangements of famous piano pieces Classical Vienna, and Romantic Vienna, three books for singers, choirs and accompanists. Her pieces and arrangements can be found in many publications (including The Sad Ghost at piano (ABRSM grade 3). EVC Music has recently published a book of her original piano pieces (intermediate) called Piano Postcards.


Note: Works may be repeated once in another event.

Please refer to the Piano Rules & Conditions of Entry. Your entry is accepted under these conditions.


Winner: $500
2nd: $300
3rd: $200

Fully Booked