We have been so happy to welcome our district’s very talented musicians back to in-person performing over the last 3 weeks! The results of the competitions for Vocal, Piano and Instrumental can be found on our Schedule and Results page. Next week we will wrap up with Drama and Speech Arts competition and those results will be posted as well.
We are pleased to introduce you to our 2022 Adjudicators!
The programs for each division are available on the Schedule and Results page.
The entry deadline for 2022 Festival is February 25. Please see our Forms Fees and Resources page (under the Participants heading) for all of the details and forms. If you have questions, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
…that we have been a member of the Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals since 2010?!? Check out their website at https://www.amaf.mb.ca/
NEW for 2021! For those who did not have the opportunity to participate in a local 2021 Festival and thereby did not receive a recommendation from an adjudicator to the Provincial Festival, the Associated Manitoba Arts Festivals has created special “direct entry” classes in Piano, Voice, Instrumental, Music Theatre and Speech Arts at the preliminary, junior, intermediate, advanced and senior levels. To follow the current public health orders, the 2021 edition of the AMAF’s Provincial Music & Arts Festival will be a ‘virtual’ experience. All video submissions along with entry forms and a scanned copy of your music selection or poetry/prose selection must be sent to the AMAF by May 20 2021.
All 2021 entrants will have the opportunity to hear fellow class performers and will receive written and verbal adjudications as in a ‘live’ festival.
Scholarships and bursaries will be awarded to participants at the conclusion of the Festival. Please check the AMAF website for more details. Good luck to all of those who decide to participate. Let us know how you make out by sending us an email to email@example.com – we’d love to hear about your experience!