Compositions are considered and evaluated by the Adjudicator prior to the Festival, and the performance itself is then judged on the day. It is therefore essential that all compositions arrive in time for the Adjudicator to have ample opportunity to consider and reflect upon the work long before the Festival itself.
All classes may be entered non-competitively
Compositions must be forwarded to the Co-ordinator:
Ms Margaret Parkin, c/0 DPAF, 37 Pinwood Meadow Drive, EXETER, EX4 9LA
to arrive NOT LATER than 10th February 2019.
Compositions may be of any style for any combination of instruments. Composers may arrange a live performance or bring a recording to be heard. The class for 16 year olds and under is suitable for GCSE compositions, the class for over 16 years age for A Level compositions.
Adjudicator: Andrew Sherwood ARCM
|Class Number||Class Name||Level||Time||Trophy||Fee||Set Piece|
|2262||Own Composition & Performance||16 yrs & under||4||DPAF Medal||£14.50||Own Choice|
|2264||Own Composition & Performance||Over 16 yrs||8||DPAF Trophy||£19.00||Own Choice|
Leeson’s Cup will be awarded by the Adjudicator for the most promising entrant in these classes.