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Established 1997 as a part of Balaklava Community Arts Inc.

~ PO Box 253 ~ Balaklava ~ South Australia ~ 5461 ~

INSTRUMENTAL
(Other than Piano)

Saturday 4th August 2018

VENUE: ST PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH

St Paul Lutheran Church

Corner of Short Terrace & Harris Street, Balaklava

ADJUDICATOR: ELIZABETH KOCH AM

Elizabeth Koch AM is Associate Professor of Flute, Head of Performance and Head of Woodwind at the Elder Conservatorium of Music, University of Adelaide. Elizabeth’s orchestral experience is extensive with 27 years in the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra. She was also Principal Flute of the Australian Youth Orchestra and Principal Flute of the Adelaide Chamber Orchestra. She has performed as soloist with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra, the Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra and the Adelaide Chamber Orchestra.

In 1976 Elizabeth was awarded a prestigious Churchill Fellowship to study with Maxence Larrieu in Paris and has since performed in masterclasses with master teachers including Jean-Pierre Rampal, Alain Marion, Andras Adorjan, Sir James Galway, Susan Milan and William Bennett.

Her students have been accepted into the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music, London, the Mannes School, New York, Yale University and have won positions in Australian symphony orchestras and the Australian Youth Orchestra. Elizabeth has been awarded a number of University prizes including the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Prize, a Carrick Citation and the University of Adelaide’s highest teaching award, the Stephen Cole the Elder Excellence in Teaching Prize.

In June 2016, Elizabeth was appointed as a Member of the Order of Australia (AM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, for her significant service to the performing arts, particularly to music education and performance, and through executive roles with professional associations. In June 2006, Elizabeth was awarded a Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM) in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List, for her services to flute music and for the mentoring of young musicians.

In 2010 Elizabeth won an ALTC (Australian Learning and Teaching Prize) for her excellence in teaching on a national level. Elizabeth has been awarded a number of University prizes including the Humanities and Social Sciences Faculty Prize, a Carrick Citation and the University of Adelaide’s highest teaching award, the Stephen Cole the Elder Excellence in Teaching Prize.

Last January Elizabeth took 14 Elder Conservatorium students on a three unit study course to London in January and is planning a second tour in February 2019. She recently directed a national flute symposium with special guest London flautist Michael Cox. Elizabeth last adjudicated at the Balaklava Eisteddfod in 2014

CONVENOR: JARRAD THIELE

* Please note: Some sections may be combined or cancelled, depending on number of entries

SECTIONS  
nov inst Novice (any age) Instrumental Solo, learning 18 mths or less
sub-jun inst Sub-Junior (Age 8 & under) Instrumental Solo
jun inst Junior (Age 10 & under) Instrumental Solo
sub-int inst Sub-Intermediate (Age 11 & under) Instrumental Solo
int inst Intermediate (Age 13 & under) Instrumental Solo
sen inst Senior (Age 16 & under) Instrumental Solo
open inst Open (Age 17 & over) Instrumental Solo
jun i2-4 Junior (13 & under) Instrumental Ensemble (2-4 instruments)
sen i2-4 Senior (16 & under) Instrumental Ensemble (2-4 instruments)
open i2-4 Open (17 & over) Instrumental Ensemble (2-4 instruments)

 

See Page 45 of Printed Programme (Click here for updated .pdf version of programme)

*** PLEASE NOTE ***


NO Novice Instrumental Solo in 2018

Sub-junior Instrumental Solo and Junior Instrumental Solo combined to form Junior Instrumental Solo

NO Senior Instrumental Ensemble (2-4 instruments) in 2018

 

ALL ENTRANTS MUST BOOK IN WITHIN THE
30 MINUTES BEFORE THE START OF THE SECTION

ENTRANTS MAY BOOK IN EARLIER IN THE DAY IF NEEDED

 
Commences
SECTION
TIME LIMIT
SPONSOR
(book in 9.30am)
START 10.00am
Intermediate Instrumental Solo
5 minutes

Terry & Janette Neumann

(book in 10.00am)
START 10.30am

Sub-intermediate Instrumental Solo  
5 minutes

Chris & David Lester

(book in 10.30am)
START 11.00am
Senior Instrumental Solo
(includes one novice)
8 minutes

Scott & Louise Michael

(book in 11.15am)
START 11.45am
Open Instrumental Solo   
8 minutes

Gil & Margaret Wildman

(book in 12.00pm)
START 12.30pm
Junior Instrumental Ensemble
(2-4 instruments)
5 minutes

John & Christine Tiller

LUNCH BREAK
(book in 1.10pm)
START 1.40pm
Junior Instrumental Solo
5 minutes

Foodland Balaklava

RUMENTAL ENSEMBLE CHAMPION

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF INSTRUMENTAL SOLO CHAMPION

RUMENTAL ENSEMBLE CHAMPION

(book in 1.40pm)
START 2.10pm
Open Instrumental Ensemble
(2-4 instruments)
8 minutes

Plains Producer

RUMENTAL ENSEMBLE CHAMPION

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ANNOUNCEMENT OF INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE CHAMPION


    

INSTRUMENTAL SOLO CHAMPION

ROGER MANUEL MEMORIAL AWARD

Claire Challender (alto saxophone)

SPONSOR - MANUEL FAMILY

 

INSTRUMENTAL ENSEMBLE (2-4 instruments) CHAMPION

Grace Hooper (violin), Eve Hooper (violin)
& Brightlyn Victor (double bass)

SPONSOR - GIL and MARGARET WILDMAN

 

2018 AUSTRALIAN STRINGS ASSOCIATION (AUSTA) PRIZE
BEST STRING PLAYER in the INSTRUMENTAL SECTIONS:

Lillian Crocos

 

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Last updated on 20 August 2018

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