Welcome to Pretoria Eisteddfod
Please note: Unpaid entries by 23 April will unfortunately not be included in the programme.
- Participants in solo items have the option to perform live or to be adjudicated online (via video recording). Due to the Covid restrictions, ensembles and groups are requested to submit a video recording, however, this arrangement is subject to possible changes in the restrictions announced from time to time. Final arrangements in this regard will be communicated early in May.
- Guidelines for the recording and submission of video recordings will be circulated soon.
- Please refer to the revised "Online Guidelines", especially regarding solo items.
- The following sections have been postponed to the 2nd session (August/September):
* Afrikaans Drama
* Popular Music (Instrumental)
- Due to the impact that Covid has on the functioning of choirs, the section has unfortunately been cancelled.
- The Pretoria Eisteddfod considers the well-being and safety of all participants and organizers a priority.
“Here is an opportunity, a God-given chance to compete, compare standards on a broad level and especially to gain experience which is invaluable. It's a maturation process that every potential artist or performer must experience. Everyone is given the opportunity to participate in a variety of art forms - not only to win but to prepare yourself for your own future.” - Dr Mimi Coertse
The quickest way to access the syllabi is to click on the pictures below.
(Remember to choose your language at the top left corner of the webpage.)
PLEASE PAY ATTENTION TO THE SPECIAL RULES AT EACH SECTION
||Wind Instruments, Orchestra & Percussion
||Popular Music Instrumental
||Popular Music Vocals