What is the Bundaberg Music, Drama and Contemporary Eisteddfod/s - FAQ’s
Q. What is an Eisteddfod?
A. An Eisteddfod is an opportunity for performers to compete as solo, duet and small groups during the morning, afternoon and evening sessions over 14 days each April/May.
Q. What are the different Eisteddfods?
The Bundaberg Music Eisteddfod is for students who learn Orchestral Instruments, Piano, Vocal and Musical Theatre.
The Bundaberg Drama Eisteddfod is for students who study Drama, Memorised Verse, Poetry, Impromptu Readings, Light Verse, Nursery Rhymes, Memorised Prose, Mime, Improvisation and so much more!
The Bundaberg Contemporary Eisteddfod is for our singer/songwriters, contemporary vocalists, guitarists and drummers!
Q. How do I register my child for the Eisteddfod?
A. This is done through Comps Online - However we guide you through every step of the way! An email will be sent to you accompanied by a form filled out by your students teacher with all the information you need to know.
Q. Is there a fee to register my child?
A. Yes - there is a fee for each Section you enter your child in as well as a processing fee through Comps Online.
Q. What if my child registered but no longer wishes to compete?
A. You will forfeit the entry fee that you paid and will need to notify your teacher as soon as possible so that they can pass this information onto the Bundaberg Eisteddfod Committee.