2015 McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod

McDonald's Sydney Eisteddfod 2015 entries open January

Kyle Page returns to Dancenorth

Queenslander Kyle Page, who danced in the final round of Sydney Eisteddfod McDonald’s Ballet Scholarships in 2003 and 2004, has come a long way in the last decade. At the age of 17, he began his performing career with Dancenorth. Then, after spending five-and-a-half years with the Australian Dance Theatre, he established himself as an independent dancer and choreographer.  Read more


Jack wins plum role

In 2014, 10-year-old Jack Andrew made his debut on the Sydney Eisteddfod platform singing Panis Angelicus in the Classical Song for children aged 12 years and under. He won with a score of 95/100 and went home with a glowing report feeling very pleased with himself.  Read more. 


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Sydney Eisteddfod would like to thank everyone who was involved in the 2014 festival, whether as a performer, audience member or supporter, and hope that you will return again in 2015.


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