UPCOMING EVENTS IN 2022

CLARISAX FEAST 2022

Sunday 26th June, 9.00am-2.30pm

 

Callaway Auditorium

UWA Conservatorium of Music, Crawley

Concert scheduled to start at 1.30pm

Featuring guest artists Ashley Smith, Phil Everall, Gemma Farrel and Adrian Galante.

To attend this event you MUST register online by clicking here

!!REGISTRATIONS CLOSE 11.59pm Friday 24/06/2022!!

 

ClariSaxFeast 2022 will be featuring stores from Tempest Music and others during our check in hours and morning tea break. We strongly encourage you to check these out in the times provided!!

 

Morning Tea and drinks are provided by CASSWA for all participants, however participants will be required to provide their own lunch. There will be a coffee van on site during the lunch break.

 

Parents of participants under the age of 18 are not required to stay for the whole event, but are very welcome to stay on the premises for the duration of the event.

 

The free ClariSax Feast Concert is scheduled to start at 1.30pm, and we encourage audience members to arrive at during the lunch break. 

 

We do not have a specific dress code for this event and thus do not require participants to wear concert blacks or school uniform, however we do encourage participants to consider that they will be performing with others and use a common sense approach with their attire and presentation for the occasion (i.e avoiding poor hygiene or bare feet)

 

There is FREE parking available at UWA on a Sunday HOWEVER, please note that we cannot guarantee that ample spots will be available for the duration of the event. There is additional parking along Hackett Drive and Matilda Bay, but please note that fees may apply, unless stated otherwise.

Other upcoming events in 2022...

ATAR Performance Practice Afternoon 2022

Sunday 31st July, 2.00pm-4.30pm

Presented in Conjunction with the UWA Conservatorium of Music.

Register your interest here

Participants at the ATAR workshop are encouraged to perform one piece from their list of selected exam repertiore.

There will be a window of approximately 15-20 minutes to perform a piece in front of the panel and receive feedback depending on the number of participants.

We recommend that participants should carefully consider what repertiore they'd like to perform for the panel to optimise feedback for their own benefit. In some cases, performing a harder section of a peice, rather then the whole work may be more efficient

For this event, the participant will need to bring along their music AS WELL AS the part for piano accompaniment.

There will be an accompanist provided at the event.