Saturday, 12 January 2013

Seaford Young Musician of the Year

2012 Young Musicians
photo by Geoff Lowles
The Rotary Club of Seaford have recently announced that they are organising their Young Musician of the Year competition again in 2013. The very first competition last year was a great success, proudly hosted at Newlands School whose Year 9 student Emily Pearce took third place singing an Adele song. Lamiah Davey was second, also singing, and the winner was pianist Lea Todd.

This year's competition will be held on Sunday the 3rd of March, again at Newlands School in Eastbourne Road, Seaford. It is open to anyone aged between eleven and seventeen who either lives or goes to school in Seaford. All competitors will perform a solo piece lasting up to five minutes and both instrumentalists and vocalists are welcome. It is free to enter and there will be cash prizes for the winners! So, if you fancy your chances, pick up an entry form from reception at either Seaford Head School or Newlands School, or download a copy from the Rotary Club website. Entries need to be in by the end of January.

Newlands School, Sun 3rd Mar, time tbc.

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