MARK VINCENT - 'Follow your heart and always stay true to who you are'

Mark first caught the worlds eye in 2009 when he won Australia’s Got Talent, but before this he was a regular aspiring vocalist, competing in Sydney Eisteddfod the year prior...

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Thank you to our volunteers for making this year possible!

Sydney Eisteddfod has officially come to the end of another spectacular year of performing arts extravaganzas - providing performance and scholarship opportunities for aspiring singers, dancers, actors, musicians, composers, bands,...

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Sydney Eisteddfod Veteran Alex Chorley Starts New Chapter at Royal Academy of Music

Alex Chorley is a seasoned Sydney Eisteddfod performer – having won his first gold medal at the Eisteddfod when he was just 10 years old. Now 18, Alex is preparing...

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Congratulations Cleo Lee-McGowan, Winner of the Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship 2019

Sydney Eisteddfod is pleased to present Victorian singer Cleo Lee-McGown as the winner of Sydney Eisteddfod's 2019 Opera Scholarship. The Final event was held at The Concourse, Chatswood on Sunday...

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Meet 2019 Opera Scholarship Finalist, Panayiota Kalatzis

Panayiota is a graduate of the Queensland Conservatorium of Music with a Bachelor of Music in Classical Voice and a Masters in Music Studies in Opera. Panayiota has performed the...

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“Don’t think that there’s only one way to fillet the fish” – Damian Whiteley

Sydney Eisteddfod spoke to Damian Whiteley, compere of the 2019 Sydney Eisteddfod Opera Scholarship Final about the importance of performance opportunities for aspiring singers. Damian will travel from Spain to...

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