TMTA North & North West branches invites all instrumental and vocal students of TMTA members to participate in an afternoon of music making and performances at the 2023 TMTA Music Awards.
A friendly and supportive environment, the TMTA Music Awards is a great opportunity for students to perform to a small audience and share in live performances together. Musician and educator, Kim Waldock will provide feedback and adjudicate the awards in three sections on the day:
Students need not have completed an exam to participate in the sections/awards. A copy of the music should be provided for the adjudicator on the day and entry forms must be received prior to the performance day.
Venue operators and TMTA volunteers will observe Covid Plans to promote the safety and wellness of all attendees.
Audience entry is $10 per adult (children are free) or $20 per group. Student etry fees are $5 student (Prelim-Grade2), and (Grade 3 and above) $10 student, to be paid to their teacher by the due date.
In addition to the three Awards above, additional awards are announced for each grade level.
Entries close Sunday 15th October and must be emailed to Gail Tivendale.
Kim Waldock spent twenty years as a K-12 classroom music specialist. In 2009, she joined the Sydney Symphony Orchestra as Director of Learning and Engagement, expanding the reach of the program with digital and CPD initiatives. She also wrote the music content of the National Australian Curriculum in the Arts, now implemented in Australian Schools, and chaired the Music Education Advocacy Board for the Music Council of Australia.
In June 2015, she was appointed General Manager of the Royal Opera House’s Learning and Participation team and lead the National Programme leading on the development and strategic partnership development across England. She is a member of the Music Education Council UK and the London Collegiate of Teaching. In 2023, Kim joins the education and creative team at Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra.
Tasmanian Music Teachers' Association
16 243 665 873
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