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2017 Singing Event Guide

The 2017 Australian National Eisteddfod Singing Event Guide is now available, click here to download  and for more information about the singing competition please click here  

Important Piano Eisteddfod Information

Due to an unforseen circumstance the Piano Eisteddfod will now run from Thursday 24 August through to Sunday 27 August – and updated Draft timetable of the event can be downloaded here . The final timetable will be included in the Piano Eisteddfod Program which should be available after 10 August from the Eisteddfod website. Thank you for your understanding with this

Australian National Eisteddfod Competitions

The Australian National Eisteddfod is the premier eisteddfod held in Canberra, the Nation’s Capital, each year.  The Australian National Eisteddfod has a rich history of participation in the performing arts as offers opportunities in a number of art genres. The Australian National Eisteddfod is excited to partner with the Ainslie Arts Centre, the heart of Canberra’s art scene. This year five divisions will be held:

  • Bands and Orchestras May 25-June 1, Llewellyn Hall (ANU),
    Lyneham High School and CIT
  • Choirs August 18-19, Llewellyn Hall, Canberra School of Music, ANU
    and St Paul’s Anglican Church in Manuka
  • Piano August 24-27, Ainslie Arts Centre
  • Speech and Drama September 8-10, Ainslie Arts Centre
  • Singing September 1-3, Ainslie Arts Centre

Dates and venues are subject to confirmation

To enter, please check the relevant entry guide (formerly syllabus) for sections, rules and competition details on the competition page. Then head to STARDOM to complete your entry to join the fun and excitement of the eisteddfod competitions.


Tickets are now available for Band and Orchestras, click here to purchase

How To Enter

To enter a section in the Australian National Eisteddfod visit STARDOM online entry system:

If you need assistance with the system please do not hesitate to contact the relevant division convenor.