111: The John Lamble Foundation Australasian Championship For Youth Choirs (19 & Under) & Open Primary Choir

Venue: Video Submission

Event Ages: 19 and under

Event Type: Group

Sponsored by
The John Lamble Foundation, The Cameron Family & The Sydney Choral Symposium

Details
Status: Completed

Finalists to present a program of NO MORE THAN THREE works, one of which MUST be by an Australian composer or arranger. The program must also include at least one item which qualified the choir for this championship.

Total Performance Time NOT TO exceed 10 minutes, which includes time taken between items.

Note: See arrangements for warm-up Item 19 under the Choir Category Rules & Conditions).

Adjudicators' reports will be written for this Championship. No marks will be given on these reports.

FINALISTS from Events 112-116 MAY BE INVITED TO PERFORM in this Championship.

Winner: $1,000. Sponsored by The John Lamble Foundation.
Finalists (excluding place-getters): $150 each. Sponsored by The John Lamble Foundation, The Cameron Family and Sydney Symposium Choral Foundation.

  • Choirs Category Rules & Conditions
  • General Rules & Conditions of Entry
  • Choir Championships Declaration Form
Results

Winner ~ 2 Frensham Madrigals (Mittagong)
Finalist ~ 1 CCGS Junior Choir  (Erina Heights)
Finalist ~ 3 John Paul College Concert Choir (Daisy Hill, QLD)
Finalist ~ 4 Meriden Senior Singers (Strathfield)
Finalist ~ 5 Monte Sant' Angelo Singers (North Sydney)
Finalist ~ 6 NGS Chamber Choir (Newcastle)
Finalist ~ 7 Pymble Ladies' College Chorale (Pymble)
Finalist ~ 8 Pymble Ladies' College Junior School Chamber Choir (Pymble)
Finalist ~ 9 Reddam House Senior Choir (Woollahra)
Finalist ~ 10 Reddam House Year 5-6 Singers (Woollahra)
Finalist ~ 11 TAS Singers (Armidale)
Finalist ~ 12 The Scots College Senior Highlanders Vocal Ensemble (Bellevue Hill)

These results are believed to be correct at the time of posting. Any error or omission is regretted. Circumstances may require alteration to this list without notice.

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