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Confirmation of LHS Program Details

 

Congratulations on being chosen to perform at a Lunch Hour Series concert with Recitals Australia.

 

The Lunch Hour Series is held at the North Adelaide Baptist Church hall at 154 Tynte Street, North Adelaide starting promptly at 12.30pm. You can arrive for warm up from 11.45am.

 

Please confirm your performance details below, this is what we will use in our marketing campaign for your concert.

 

About You and Your Performance

Please advise: 1/Composer, 2/ Birth and Death Dates for Composer (ie 1801 - 1901), 3/ Name of Piece, 4/ Movement/s, 5/ The timing of each piece (ie 5 minutes)
You can update your biography here, or we will use that already provided in your initial application. 100 word maximum per artist.
Click or drag files to this area to upload. You can upload up to 2 files.
This photo is part of your marketing campaign, so please get a nice quality clear shot with your instrument. Upload your Accompanist photo too. Please look at Recitals Australia Past Virtuosi Series concerts for ideas.
If you have an accompanist, their name, bio and photo are needed for marketing purposes. Complete the fields that will appear if you choose Yes.
Recitals Australia pays Lunch Hour Series performers a small honorarium. Please put the bank account details and name below and after your concert the amount will be transferred to your account. If you are part of a duo or ensemble, Recitals Australia will pay one person the full fee, and they can distribute.
Mailing Address and email address.
Eligibility Criteria

Lunch Hour Awards are open to all instrumental and vocal soloists who:

– are under the age of 30

– have reached the level of AMEB Certificate of Performance (or equivalent)

– do not yet have an established professional career in music

– have performed a full Lunch Hour recital of at least 25 minutes duration in the relevant Series.

The Series makes a distinction between group recital and a recital of a soloist, accompanied by a professional accompanist.

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