Please read our Lunch Hour Series Criteria and Information and our Terms and Conditions for entering for a chance to win a Lunch Hour place. Both documents talk about entering and participating in our lunch hour series competition, please read through before you complete the entry form below.
The Lunch Hour Series provides emerging artists performance experience in front of a live audience, as well as supplying a high quality live stream for excellent learning opportunities, and for sharing with family and friends.
We appreciate your interest in entering to perform at the live-streamed Recitals Australia Lunch Hour series, we welcome hearing from new performers and encourage solo performers, duo ensembles and piano duos.
To enter for the opportunity of being a performer, please complete the entry form below. This will then be assessed by the Recitals Australia advisory panel and you will be notified if you have won a spot in the Lunch Hour Series. The entrants who win will be awarded a place in the upcoming Lunch Hour Series and a cash prize of $100 (for individuals) or $150 (for duos or small ensembles).
Recitals Australia requires that you have attained at least the level of AMEB Certificate of Performance (or equivalent), are under the age of 30, do not yet have an established professional career in music, and live or spend most of your time in South Australia.
Thereafter, when the season’s Lunch Hour Series has completed, all performers indicating their interest, will be judged and the winners from the first round will be invited to compete in the Lunch Hour Series Final for cash prizes of up to $1,000.
To enter, you will need to supply Recitals Australia with a reference or recommendation from your teacher or a professional musician and a video of you playing.
Please note that Lunch Hour Concerts are live-streamed and archived on this website. It is a non-negotiable precondition of performing in a Recitals Australia Lunch Hour series concert that you agree to your performance being live-streamed. You may later request that the recording be removed from the archive, if necessary.