Syllabus

Morris Grant Bursary

Syllabus ID: 9.01

Competition: €2,500 for the purpose of further musical study. Also Silver Cup tenable for one year.

Test Pieces 2018

Open to the winners of the following 2017 ESB Feis Ceoil Competitions - Hamilton Harty, Pigott, Huban, Heneghan, Glavin, Nordell, and Benson Cups.
Competitors to perform either their test piece(s) in their entirety or a solo recital programme of 20 minutes' duration which must include, in their entirety, the test piece(s) from the competition which they represent but exclude set pieces which they have performed in other competitions. (This clause applies only to competitors whose qualifying prize-winning programme is of less than 20 minutes' duration).

Should a competitor win more than one of the above competitions, he/she will select which competition to represent in the Bursary and the runner(s)-up in the one(s) not selected will be permitted to compete, provided 85 marks or more have been obtained.

Should a competitor win one of the Cups but not be eligible to compete and a runner-up is similarly ineligible, the competitor with the next highest marks may compete provided 85 marks or more have been obtained.

The Bursary will be administered through the Feis Ceoil Association and must be drawn down within one year of the competition date. Previous winners of this Bursary are not eligible. There will be only one winner

 

NB: The winner of this competition will be eligible to apply for the RDS €15,000 Music Bursary. NB: The winner of this competition will be eligible to apply for the RDS €15,000 Music Bursary. For further information, please visit http://www.rds.ie/musicbursary

NB:  Please note changes made to this competition for 2017

Date: 06 April 2017

Time: 7.00pm

Venue: RDS Concert Hall

Adjudicator: Martin Roscoe

1st Prize: €2,500 Bursary & Silver Cup

Feis Ceoil 2017